LOGAN SQUARE — You'll be seeing a lot more of Revolution Brewing around Sox park this season.
The neighborhood brewery, 2323 N. Milwaukee Ave., which has grown immensely since its founding in 2010, is now official partners with the Chicago White Sox, the team announced this week.
That means Revolution beer will be featured as the "Beer of the Homestead" during the Detroit and Boston series from May 26 through May 31 at Guaranteed Rate Field.
The baseball organization will also be installing a number of LED Revolution ads throughout the park, as well as the brewery's logo in the "Craft Kave" located near the right field bullpen.
"Revolution Brewing is an established, hugely popular craft brewery in Chicago and throughout the country. We are excited to welcome them to the White Sox family of craft beer partners and expand their presence in the ballpark," Brooks Boyer, White Sox senior vice president of sales and marketing, said in a prepared statement.
Josh Deth, chairman of the party for Revolution Brewing, said the White Sox are "leading the way by partnering with small breweries."
Deth came up with the idea for Revolution in the 1990s while working as a cellarman and brewpub brewer for Goose Island. It wasn't until 2010 that he opened the Logan Square brewery, which has gone on to become one of the Brewers Association's top 50 craft brewing companies in the United States.
Revolution currently distributes in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Massachusetts, New York City, and Wisconsin, according to the brewery's website.