Demolition by Goose Island - Apparently named so because of the demolition happening nearby the brewery when they came up with this one. Belgian-style golden ale, 7.2%, refreshing while still full of character (despite that brewery now being part of Budweiser)
Duvel Rustica by Ommegang Brewery First incarnation of the Duvel name on an Ommegang bottle (even though Duvel bought the brewery for some time now). This a light in taste, strong in alcohol (8.6%) golden ale, a little more bitter than you would expect for a belgian-inspired ale.
Pere Jacques by Goose Island Matilda is the other one from this Chicago brewer (who unfortunately got bought by Anheiser Busch not so long ago) that I'm a huge fan of. This is a darker belgian ale at 8.5%, spices, plums, honey smelling. Really good in theory but slightly below the level of Matilda
Rest and Concentration in the Workplace - Cranbrook Academy of Art's collaboration with Herman Miller explores the modern office
Bad Seed Hard Dry Cider Great great find, produced in Highland NY in the Hudson Valley, ad perfect for summer. A very clear look, closer to lemonade than cider and a incredibly fresh nose, citrus and light cherry. I would recommend this one for the boozy brunch or the late afternoon cocktail