After more than nine months, Goose Island Beer Co.’s Clybourn Brewhouse is open once again.

The Chicago-based brewpub has been closed since Jan. 9, and has undergone major renovations in the layout and overall design, including new brewing and kitchen equipment as well as a brand new food menu. Although originally announced as a five month process that would be finished by summer, the brewpub finally opened yesterday afternoon.

Located at 1800 N. Clybourn Ave., the facility was one of only three breweries in the Chicago area when it opened in 1988.

According to a post on Goose Island’s Facebook page, the facility will eventually be serving exclusive beers that will be brewed at the brewhouse, and a rotating list of all of the beers on tap can be found here.