Chicago’s local brewery, Dovetail Brewery, just released their new Grodziskie beer. This classic Polish beer, pronounced grod-zjisk-hee-eh, is a seasonal specialty beer named after the town in Poland where it was first brewed. Pale straw in color, with a feisty effervescence, it is more carbonated than Dovetail’s Hefeweizen and lower in alcohol (3.8%). Grodziskie is a 100% smoked wheat beer that offers light, citrus-like overtones with just a surprising hint of spice and smoke in the backnotes.
This cool and refreshing late summer beer will be on tap around around the city for the next several weeks. Since it’s seasonal, grab a glass before it’s gone. The Grodziskie is available on tap at Hopleaf (5148 N. Clark), Fountainhead (1970 W. Montrose), Quenchers (2401 N. Western) and the Links Taproom (1559 N. Milwaukee) as well as at the Dovetail Brewery taproom (1800 W. Belle Plaine).