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Two Brothers Brewing To Roast Their Own Coffee

By Lorna Juett in Food on Dec 14, 2012 7:00PM


Arguably, if there is another Chicago food scene more overrun than craft brewing right now, it’s coffee. However, that’s not stopping one of the Midwest’s best known craft brewers, Two Brothers, from jumping into the coffee game. To celebrate the release of their two new house-roasted coffee blends, Brew House Blend and Holiday Blend, you can head to the Two Brothers Tap House or Roundhouse, today only, to sample their newest (coffee) brews for free.

These coffees can also be purchased in three quarter pound bags at both restaurant locations beginning today and through their online store at shortly after.

Both coffee blends are made up of coffees from Indonesia, Central America, and East Africa. They have also roasted a limited release micro lot from Costa Rica, and it will be offered alongside other blends in the future.

The Two Brothers Taphouse is located at 30w315 Calumet Ave., Warrenville, IL, and the Two Brothers Roundhouse is located at 205 N. Broadway, Aurora, IL.