Nothing complements a delicious plate of chicken wings, ribs, or a juicy cheeseburger, quite like a tall, cold beer. Whether you choose a domestic or an imported beer, one thing is certain: at The Crossroads Tavern & Eatery, you’re sure to find a brew that hits the spot. As a locally owned and operated business, we understand the importance of supporting other local businesses. Because of this, we proudly offer many local microbrews on our menu. Feeling like something a little more classic? No problem! We also carry several well-known national brands that are sure to please. If you’re looking for some brew-related news and information, check out the blogs below!

  1. The Ultimate Beer Guide 101

    Whether you’re dining out with family or watching the football game at the bar with your buddies, a great beer can add a lot to your restaurant experience. With the variety of beer types available on the market today, it can be difficult to choose the perfect tasty beverage when you’re out and about. At Crossroads Tavern and Eatery in Wood Dale, we’re proud to offer an extensive beer menu to…Read More

  2. Craft vs. Domestic vs. Imported Beer

    Are you looking for a great place to grab a beer in Wood Dale? We’ve got you covered! Our selection of brews includes craft beers, domestic beers, and imported beers. Confused yet? Don’t worry. In this blog, we are going to cover the difference between these three different classes of beers. Craft beer Craft beer is the sensation that has been sweeping the nation in the past decade or so. Ther…Read More

  3. Are you ready for March Madness?

    Every March, the top collegiate basketball teams compete in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament all across the United States. For over 75 years, this has been the premier college basketball event. With over ten million average viewers, it is one of the most watched sporting events every year. The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament got its start in 1939. Back then, only eight teams competed for th…Read More

  4. The History Of Craft Brewing

    The history of craft brewing made it to America’s landscape by the late 1970s. The traditions and styles brought over by immigrants from all over the world were disappearing. Only light beer appeared on shelves and in bars in Wood Dale and imported beer was not a significant player in the marketplace. By the end of the decade, the beer industry had consolidated to only 44 brewing companies. Indu…Read More