Two Brothers brewing has a cult-like following of its seasonal beers. So what’s one more, especially one that is dedicated to the Field Museum in Chicago.
Cabinet of Curiosities is a white pale india ale sold in 12-ounce bottles. The name might seem odd, but it keeps the museum in mind. Museums once were called “cabinets of curiosity.” The beer was introduced June 26 in collaboration with the Field Museum.
“Cabinet of Curiosities symbolizes our commitment to charity and our focus on giving back to the Chicagoland community,” said Jim Ebel, co-owner of Two Brothers Brewing Co. “We have enjoyed creating philanthropic beers with local community programs and are thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to the Field Museum in this way.”
All net proceeds from Cabinet of Curiosities will benefit the Field Museum’s education programs. It is available all around the Chicago area, specifically at the Two Brothers Tap House in Warrenville and the Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora.
Cabinet of Curiosities was created with chef Cleetus Friedman. The family friend also collaborated with the brewery on Testudo, a Biere De Mars released a few years ago. It gave the india pale ale a twist of coriander and orange peel for a refreshing summer taste.
The two brothers Jim and Jason Ebel founded Two Brothers in 1996 and have since created a number of iconic beers. They already have ventured into philanthropic beers with Engine No. 1. More partnerships to benefit Chicago-area programs are on the horizon, the two brothers promise.
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