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Alter Brewing Company

Alter Brewing Company

2300 Wisconsin Avenue #213
Downers Grove, IL 60515
630-541-9558
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Alter Brewing Company opened in December of 2015 as a production brewery focused on brewing the highest quality beer, while not being bound by traditional styles. They are a diverse and passionate group of beer lovers dedicated to altering your life, one taste bud at a time.

Located in the Ellsworth Industrial Park off Belmont Ave., their facility houses a spacious modern-industrial taproom with 12 rotating taps, a 20-barrel brewing system, canning line, and two private event spaces.


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