Goose Island always seems to stay true to its roots. They are continuing with that tradition with the Four Star Pils. In 2015, the brewery released a draft-only, and Chicago-only, beer by the name of “Blue Line.” It was a chance to share the brewery’s take on the traditional pilsner. A pilsner made with a little more hops and a lot more flavor. Turns out, Chicagoans were just as ready for a hoppy pilsner as the brewers were. So when the once small batch pilsner began to run dry, Goose decided it was time to share their take on the classic German-styled lager with beer fans everywhere.

Reborn as Goose Four Star Pils the newly re-packaged brew is making its national debut on February 29 on shelves and will be available in bottles, cans and on draft. The name and design for Goose Four Star Pils pays homage to its hometown of Chicago by donning the four stars on the Chicago flag emblematic of The Great Chicago Fire, The World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893, The Century of Progress Exposition of 1933 (Chicago World’s Fair) and Fort Dearborn.

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