The Story of the Maker’s Mark Barrel Room at Wrigley Field

This premium destination for 225 Cubs fans seated in the first six rows past the visitor’s dugout offers brand-driven F&B flavors in a speakeasy environment influenced by Chicago’s past.

  • The Story of the Maker’s Mark Barrel Room at Wrigley Field

 

One of the new clubs coming to Wrigley Field on Opening Day 2019 is the Maker’s Mark Barrel Room. This speakeasy-inspired destination originated from an old photo in the Cubs’ archives of Al Capone and Gabby Hartnett, the latter signing an autograph for Capone’s son.

The Maker’s Mark Barrel Room seats are situated down the first baseline. The club space offers views into the visiting team’s batting tunnel, culinary delights, and craft spirits, all surrounded by brand-driven design elements.

Upon entering the space, patrons will be both comforted by warm tones of original brick and reclaimed Kentucky barn wood and struck by light bouncing off of Maker’s Mark bottles, originating from a custom chandelier from the Louisville distillery, deconstructed and rebuilt in the Barrel Room.

REGISTER NOW for ALSD 2019. Attendees of the 29th Annual ALSD Conference and Tradeshow will be treated to a reception at Wrigley Field and a tour of its four new premium clubs and renovated suites.

 

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