Green River was an unplanned brunch, however good it was, I returned to my regularly scheduled brunches soon after with a trip to Band of Bohemia, the first brewpub ever to have been awarded a Michelin Star. Run by Alinea vets and located in a former warehouse in Ravenswood, from the outside that is exactly what it looks like. The inside is something different. It uses a bunch of vintage furniture, book cases, upholstered chairs, dressers, heavy curtains, and long wooden tables in a room that retains it's industrial feel with white brick walls and an open unfinished ceiling. There is also an area off to the side that's like a salon where I had been seated before that had couches, arm chairs, side tables, and coffee tables. The bar is long and dark colored wood and looks into the modern kitchen on one side, the other side looking at the taps. We were seated at one of the long tables in the center of the dining room. As this is a brewery, I figured that it would be a shme not to try the beer, so I ordered a flight. The beers served are mostly ales, but they do not precisely fit into common styles using many different fruits and botanicals. The beers were all served in crystal goblets that let them breathe. We started with Peony Starflower Ale, an ale made with White Tea and Starflower. It was very clear and almost looked like apple juice, but it was definitely beer and had a light botanical flavor to it. Next was Guava Pink Peppercorn Rye Ale and with that came all of the flavors of fruit and spice that you might expect. Constellation's Kiss, the center beer, was brewed for Next Restaurant and included Jasmine Rice, Lemongrass, Thai basil, and did nothing for me. Beer number four is a regular on their menu, The Noble Raven Ale. It is a light and crisp German style Ale, which while not really surprising, is very solid in its execution. The final beer was (Sitting on) the Dark of the Bay. A dark colored beer made a play on words of it's name. When I think black beer, I think heavy. This was very definitely not that. It was a Black Wheat Ale that used Bay Rum, Bay Citrus, and Bay Laurel. It was very flavorful but surprising in that it was not heavy and did not have the bitter flavor of a stout or a porter. This was probably my favorite beer.