Brewmaster Greg Hall, 45, whose family's Goose Island brewery was recently purchased by Anheuser-Busch for $38 million, said he was highly intoxicated Friday when he stood on the bar at Bangers & Lace and urinated into two beer glasses, the Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday.
Hall said his memory of the incident is incomplete due to his intoxication level, but he admitted it happened.
"I did what I did and I take responsibility for it," he said.
"I feel awful. I wouldn't stand [for] it if someone did it at my place or if one of my people did something like that."
Matty Eggleston, the Bangers & Lace bartender who cleaned up the mess, said he does not accept the apology.
"It was disgusting, vile and revolting," he said. "We all do dumb things; that went to a level that was pure insult."
However, Bangers & Lace co-owner Matt Eisler said the establishment is taking "the high road."
"You can imagine we're not happy, but an apology has been offered and we'd like to move on," he said. "It's too bad because it started off as a cool night with a bunch of people from Goose coming to our bar to drink beer."
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