Roaring Table is now Open!
Wed-Thu 3pm–10pm, Fri 1pm–12am, Sat 11am–12am, Sun 11am–8pm
We’re brewing beer the hard way – in small batches by hand – at a cozy taproom that aims to foster a community of craft-minded enthusiasts.
We feature an eclectic menu of beers, showcasing the amazing range of flavors that a few simple ingredients can display when subjected to the magic of fermentation. From the dry and expressive farmhouse-style beers of France and Belgium, to the freewheeling DIY attitude of American homebrewers, to the simple purity of lagers, we’ll take our inspiration from the wide variety of influences that marks this as a golden age for beer drinkers.
There will also be several wines available, and salty snacks. If you’d prefer a meal, feel free to order in from any of our nearby restaurant neighbors.
Fruited Kettle-Sour Our first kettle-soured beer, made with organic non-fat Greek probiotic yogurt overnight in the kettle, then fermented with English Ale yeast. We then added 250 pounds of raspberry, blackberry, and boysenberry purée that resulted in a refermentation and a brilliant garnet glow. 6% ABV
Oatmeal Stout English pale, crystal, and chocolate malts are paired with roasted barley and one hundred pounds of flaked oats. Transformed by a crisp English ale yeast during a cool fermentation, this beer features silky notes of dark fruit, chocolate, and cafe au lait. 6% ABV
All is Lost!
New England-Style Pale Ale Purists may be scandalized by this cloudy, hazy, trendy new fashion in American beer, but one sip will make believers of all but the strictest traditionalists. English oat, wheat, and Pilsener malts support massive doses of Citra, El Dorado, and Mosaic hops in the whirlpool and multiple dryhop additions. The resulting massive citrus and tropical fruit notes combine with a softly bitter backbone that can’t be ignored. 5.5% ABV
Hefeweissbier Our take on the classic Bavarian wheat beer, a grain bill of malted wheat and barley with a pinch of light crystal provides the simple canvas on which the essential yeast strain works its magic. Notes of banana bread and clove mingle with a soft, creamy body. 5.5% ABV
Saison Roaring Table Brewing’s house beer is a Saison because Saison is our stranded on a desert island beer. A widely variable, open-to-interpretation Belgian and French farmhouse style, our Saison is dry and expressive with notes of peppery spice and lemon, with undertones of mild funk. Brewed with Pils, oat, wheat, and rye malts. 5.8% ABV
Pivo Pils 5.3% ABV
Sun Crusher 5.3% ABV
Belgian White 5.2% ABV
Dead Guy 6.8% ABV
Mission Trail 7% ABV
Mission Trail 6.5% ABV
Hypolite Cutrer Perry
Pinot Grigio Italy
Sauvignon Blanc New Zealand
Chenin Blanc South Africa
Dry Riesling Washington
Pinot Noir California
Cabernet Sauvignon California
Cabernet Sauvignon California
Honoro Vera Irreverent
Red Blend Spain
Warm Marinated Olives
Courtesy of Neoteca in Barrington, we bring you a unique blend of olives marinated in olive oil, garlic and spices.
Gnarly Knots Soft Pretzel Bites W/Dip
We’ve partnered with Gnarly Knots of Barrington to create the quintessential snack to pair with beer. 10 warm pretzel bites are paired with a choice of Roaring Table beer cheese sauce or creamy mustard.
Epic Pork Rinds
A wholesome version of an iconic American snack food, Epic’s pork skins are the perfect crunchy salty snack to enjoy with beer or wine.
Franco’s Smoked Fish Dip With Crostini
A choice of whipped smoked cod or smoked salmon artichoke served with seasoned crostini.
Clock Shadow Creamery Cheese Curds
Clock Shadow Creamery is a pioneering urban cheese factory located in Milwaukee, WI. Our heart is in Wisconsin, so we love squeaky cheese curds, we hope you do too!
Bacon Flight (3 Flavors, 2 Of Each)
Working with our favorite local caterer, Wild Asparagus, we developed a six piece, three variety bacon flight. A little heat and a little sweet, how can you resist?!
Roaring Table Nuts
Sweet, savory and spicy got together nicely in this unique nut mix.
Filberts Craft Soda
Cola, Diet Cola, Ginger Ale, Orange Cream, Sparkling Lemonade, and Root Beer Chicago