Our salads are very large, feel free to split so you can try something else too! Available dressings (extra for $1): balsamic vinaigrette, bleu cheese, green goddess, house creamy poppyseed, Italian, thousand island, ranch, caesar, honey mustard
Chicken Chopped Salad
chopped 'berg + romaine, w/ grilled chicken, bacon, red onion, tomato, avocado, bleu cheese + house dressing
Provided by lovin' oven. Ask your server what's new + delicious
Beers on Tap
Tropical fruit salad hop aromas burst from the glass, followed by a luscious sweet malt flavor on the tongue. An outrageous quantity of hops was used in this ale, predominantly of the Liberty variety. Dry hopped with Citra. No pineapples were harmed during the production of this beer. And yes, it is that strong. Style: Double IPA; Alcohol by Volume: 8.70%; Color: pale; Flavor: hop, and more hop, citrus, floral; Aroma: floral
847 Suburban Wheat Ale
Our most popular brew, our wheat is brewed with approximately 50% wheat malt and 50% malted barley. The flavor of this brew is very well balanced meaning it is neither malty (sweet) or hoppy (bitter) like most of Finn's beers This is great beer to begin with if you haven't had a micro-brewed beer. Mickey Finn's flagship beer. Style: American Wheat Ale; Alcohol by Volume: 5.40%; Color: Clear, golden; Flavor: Balanced malt & hop; Aroma: Balance malt & hop; Commercial Example(s): Goose Island Three One Two
The Amber is a American-style amber ale with bold hop character. The darker malts that are used during the brewing process create the amber color of the beer as well as the caramel sweetness of the flavor. The Amber is named after the Abana family who bottled artesian well water at the turn of the century in Lake County. You can also find this beer at Pine Meadows GC, White Deer Run GC, Thunderhawk GC, Bittersweet GC, and the Libertyville Sports Complex, and now Cafe Pyrenees Restaurant in Libertyville, IL. Style: American-style Amber Ale; Alcohol by Volume: 5.60%; Color: Clear, amber; Flavor: Hoppy(citrus) & malty caramel; Aroma: hoppy; Commercial Example(s): Sam Adams, Goose Island Honker's Ale
Dark strong Belgian-Style Ale. Originally brewed by Trappist Monks. Sweet, dark, and malty - but not heavy. 9%ABV.
Hackett Irish Stout
On tap for St. Paddy's Day. This mildly sweet Irish inspired stout is delicious. The nitrogen really smooths out the head. 5.5% abv. On tap March 10th.
Each version will have a different hop but everything else is the same. This highlights the different characteristics of each hop variety. These beers are also lower in alcohol to show that you can have a hoppy, flavorful beer with a lighter body. This version uses only whole flower hop cones of Warrior, a classic American bittering hop. Enjoy two or three! Style: Session Pale Ale; Alcohol by Volume: 4.10%; Color: straw; Flavor: light hop, citrus; Aroma: floral
WIIL Rock Doppelbock
On tap March 10th. Now a St. Patrick's Day tradition thanks to Tom Kief and everyone that come's out to our live broadcast every March 17th. This strong German style spring bock beer is not overly malty - but pack a punch. 7% abv
BigHead Pale Ale
This APA has a hoppy/citrus and floral aroma. Bighead is very drinkable so it's a nice beer for craft beer newbies. Not as hoppy as an IPA.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Welcome to the one and only Mickey Finn's Brewery. We have been serving up handcrafted beer, and great burgers and wings for even longer. Anyone can brew beer, large conglomerates crank it out by the tanker loads every hour of the day. But here at Mickey Finn's, we pride ourselves on the commitment we give to our truly unique ales and lagers. Our beer is all natural, with no additives or preservatives. As Lake County's first brewpub, we think you'll find nothing else compares to a handcrafted Mickey Finn's pint and our great pub fare.