The new Guinness Open Gate Brewery Chicago, located at 375 North Morgan Street in Fulton Market, is now readying for a September 28 opening. This venue in Fulton Market signifies the brewer’s second venture in the US, following its inaugural location in Baltimore.
An updated opening timeline has been announced for the upcoming Guinness Open Gate Brewery Chicago at 375 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. Earlier this week Eater Chicago revealed the new location will open by the end of September, after originally aiming for a St. Patrick’s day opening. The outpost will be the second in the US for the beer-making giant after their first in Baltimore.
The Guinness Open Gate Brewery Chicago continues its transformation at 375 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. The project, housed within the former Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal building and adjacent to the ongoing construction 360 N Green Street, boasts a newly painted exterior of brick walls. This single-story establishment is set to become the second location in the U.S. for the brewing company, the first being in Baltimore.
Updated renderings and details have been revealed for the upcoming Guinness Open Gate Brewery Chicago at 375 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. Located within the former Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal building and behind the recently topped out 360 N Green Street, the one-story structure will become the company’s second US location behind their first in Baltimore. Facing a couple of hurdles during construction, we now know that Chicago-based firms Studio K and Whitney Architects are behind the new interior design.
Exterior renovation work continues to take shape for the new Guinness Taproom and Brewery in Fulton Market. Owned by Fred Latsko, the former Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal Building at 375 N Morgan Street is being developed by Guinness as part of a deal that was finalized last year. Once a popular street art canvas, the converted beer hub will now contain a 10-barrel brewery, a pub, and a restaurant serving local chef cuisine.