Conrad Seipp Brewing Co.

Chicago, IL

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All beers · Conrad Seipp Brewing Co.

  • Conrad Seipp Extra Pale Lager

    Lager · 4.5% ABV

    As per traditional pre-prohibition style Pilsner, Seipp Extra Pale is more hop forward than some other German lagers...
  • Conrad Seipp Columbia Bock

    Bock · 6.0% ABV

    A German-style Bock. Malt forward with a rich body and dry finish. Light and peppery with notes of vanilla bean...
  • Conrad Seipp + Metropolitan Chicago's Very Own

    Golden Ale · 5.0% ABV

    Brewed to celebrate WGN Radio's 100th anniversary in collaboration with Conrad Seipp Brewing Company and Chicago Brewseum! Chicago’s Very Own Golden Lager greets you with a stunningly bright jewel-...
  • Conrad Seipp Siepp's Extra Pale Pilsner

    Pilsner · 4.5% ABV

    One of Chicago's original beers, a resurrected Pre-Prohibition pilsner modernized for today. Clean, crisp Behemian hop character
  • Conrad Seipp Bavarian Hefeweizen

    German Hefeweizen · 5.2% ABV

    A traditional Hefeweizen. Light golden color with a balance of clove and banana aromas, backed by subtle soft wheat bread, and a hint of hops. Medium body with refreshing light crisp finish. Pure summertime enjoyment!
  • Conrad Seipp Columbia

    Bock · 6.0% ABV

    A German-style Bock. Malt forward with a rich body and dry finish. Light and peppery with notes of vanilla bean...
  • Seipps Columbia Bock

    Bock · 6.0% ABV

    A German-style Bock. Malt forward with a rich body and dry finish. Light and peppery with notes of vanilla bean...

About the brewery

Conrad Seipp, a German immigrant, founded one of Chicago’s first breweries in 1854. Following the Chicago Fire of 1871, Seipp’s was one of the few to survive and his beer became the drink of choice for workers as they rebuilt the great American city. By the mid-1870s, the Conrad Seipp Brewing Company was a dominant player in the U.S. brewing industry and, by the turn of the century, the brewery was producing over 250,000 barrels annually. As with so many American breweries, Seipp was unable to survive the impact of WWI and Prohibition. The brewery closed its doors in 1933 and was demolished to make way for Michael Reese Hospital.

Seipp’s beer was Chicago’s beer. The Conrad Seipp Brewing Company tells the story of the city’s history: the hope of immigrants, the respect of hard work, and the desire to innovate. Pride in Seipp’s beer has remained strong in our family over the last 150 years and we are honored to work with Metropolitan Brewing to bring it back to the place he loved. Have a sip of Seipp’s and taste Chicago’s history!

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