Join Us for a Streetsblog Reader Meetup Next Wednesday at Haymarket

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Haymarket Brewing, 737 West Randolph. Photo by Rachelle B.
Join Streetsblog Chicago reporters Steven Vance and John Greenfield and fellow walking, biking, and transit enthusiasts over pints, next Wednesday, May 8, 5:30-8 p.m. in the back room of Haymarket Brewing, 737 West Randolph, a labor-themed brewpub. After all, the most sustainable beer is served in the same location where it’s brewed, with no gasoline burned during distribution. Cash bar; complimentary snacks while they last, plus free Streetsblog and Grid Chicago (our old transportation news website) stickers, buttons and posters. Hope to see you there!

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