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If you enjoy elusive craft beers, organic food, bluegrass jam sessions, open mic nights, Ides of March or St. Paddy's Day celebrations, Tribes Alehouse is your destination this week.
People drive from miles away to choose from the more than 40 craft beers on tap and more than 40 bottled varieties in Mokena’s own backyard at Tribes Alehouse. “We had one guy drive a half hour for just one beer,” owner Niall Freyne said. That was just last week, when Tribes received a cask of Bell's Hopslam. Only four barrels of the brew were distributed in Illinois, and Tribes got one. Cask beer means the beer is sent directly from the brewery, non-pasteurized and non-carbonated. It’s served at room temperature and must be drunk within three days. This is what gets people driving miles to check this place out. If you haven’t checked out Tribes, this week is jam-packed with opportunities for fun, thanks to the Ides of March and St. …