Berghoff offering 10-cent beers every Monday in April

April 09, 2014|By Mick Swasko, @swasko | RedEye

Time to drink like it's 1933. 

To mark the anniversary of the end of prohibition, The Berghoff is offering 10-cent beers every Monday in April. 

The historic resturant has Chicago liquor license No. 1 and 2 for its resturant and bar, which hang prominently at their 17 W. Adams St. location. For the dime beers, patrons must take a photo of themselves and post it either to Berghoff's Facebook page, or tweet @berghoffchicago. The first 30 people to do so every Monday in April will get a brew of their choice in a Berghoff stein for 10-cents.

The restaurant opens at 11 a.m.

Sure, it's a marketing ploy to generate a little buzz for the century-plus year old resturant, but a beer hasn't been that cheap since, well, 1933. 

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