Really, this is a joint review with Windy City Pie, so go check out that article as well! Although it stands on its own merit, Holy Mountain Brewing is the beer part of a perfect night filled with local drinks and mouth-watering pizza.
Even though the building is simple, they don’t seem to take the easy way out when it comes to brewing beer. Since they don’t offer any beer year-round, Holy Mountain is constantly rolling out new barrels to try. If you have every beer on their tap list the first time you show up, odds are there will be a new one to try the next time. For the record, I don’t endorse trying every beer, as they usually have about 12 on tap.
There is plenty of space at the bar and more secluded seating in booths that line the wall. On a nice day in the summer, they’ll open up the large shipping garage door to let the sun and fresh air flow through the tap room. With a train track just outside their back door and an uncomplicated interior, Holy Mountain pulls off that industrial brewery vibe with the best of them.