Sacred Rose Music Festival and Goose Island Beer have announced a special-edition Sacred Rose Burger, with proceeds to benefit Noise For Now, a national initiative enabling artists and entertainers to connect with and financially support grassroots organizations that work in the field of reproductive justice.
Developed by Goose Island Executive Chef Henry Parise, the Sacred Rose Burger is a house ground short rib burger topped with herbed goat cheese, smoked tomato & date jam, tempura avocado, and sprouts, served on a rose-scented brioche bun, garnished with a 1-inch grilled cheese. The burger is served with fried shrooms, a ginger & turmeric aioli, a CBD dropper and a custom Sacred Rose crowler filled with Cermak Pils. An impossible patty option is available for those seeking a non-meat alternative.
“When approached with the opportunity to work with Sacred Rose Music Festival I couldn’t have been more excited to combine my love of music and food, and showcase it at Goose Island,” said Pariser. “It was fun to sneak in a few nods that embody the culture of this event like the CBD dropper, grilled cheese and fried shrooms.”
“This incredible (and tasty) fundraiser is about as Chicago as it gets,” said SACRED ROSE founder Michael Berg. “Sacred Rose is the first Chicago area festival of its kind, Goose Island is the most famous Chicago brewery in the world, and with the tumultuous times for women's reproductive rights and justice in this country, we're all proud to call Chicago a sanctuary city for those who need to visit and have women's health services provided to them, where in the places they hail from, they might not be able to otherwise."
The Sacred Rose Burger is available now through August 31 at the Goose Island Clybourn Brewhouse.