Goose Island Beer Company announces first European Brewpub opening

Chicago brewery Goose Island has hidden 10 oversized goose heads in Shoreditch, London, to celebrate the launch of its first European Brewpub. Punters who spot the heads, designed by local London artist Jess Wilson, and post to social media tagging @GooseShoreditch can redeem a free pint at the Brewpub (while stocks last).


Goose Island Beer Company has announced its first ever European Brewpub is open. Located in the heart of Shoreditch, fans of the original Chicago craft beer brand can enjoy an offering of great food live music and delicious beer. The opening will be celebrated with a launch party. Artist Jess Wilson has created 10 bespoke goose heads which have been hidden around Shoreditch. Anyone who spots, snaps and shares an image of them will receive a free pint.

Andrew Walton, Brewmaster, Goose Island Beer Co., said: “I cannot wait for the doors of the Shoreditch Brewpub to open and am so stoked for Goose Island fans and fans-to-be to see what we have in store. I’ve been working on some crazy delicious microbrews that’ll be available exclusively at our Shoreditch Brewpub. I know London has always held a special place in Goose Island’s history, and I can’t wait for us to make our mark on British beer culture, creating a new experience in the heart of east London, where foodies, beer drinkers and music lovers alike can join together in appreciation of a good time – and great beer.”

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