The expansion will be used to produce two mainstays — Jim Beam white and black label bourbons — and will mostly support expected sales growth overseas.
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Brown County’s Hard Truth Distilling Co. will build new rack house to age whiskey and install three 5,000-gallon fermenters.
The drink, flavored water infused with vodka, debuted just 16 months ago. The company operates out of Ferdinand, 15 miles south of Jasper, and the product is manufactured in Indianapolis.
The national liquor superstore chain that entered the Indianapolis market in 2020 with a store in Nora has filed plans for a 23,451-square-foot store at 13145 Levinson Lane in Noblesville.
Bell’s Brewery Inc., founded in Comstock, Michigan in 1985, was the largest independently owned brewery in Michigan until being sold at the end of last year. It is known for its Two Hearted Ale, Hopslam Ale and Oberon Ale.
Some bars and liquor stores think they’ve found a way to punish Russia for invading Ukraine: They’re pulling Russian vodka off their shelves and pushing Ukrainian brands instead.
The brewer said it will raise prices for its beer by “courageous” amounts as it seeks to offset rising raw material and energy costs and “crazy” shipping rates.
HI & Mighty will open at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in June 2023, making and selling alcoholic spirits in Southwest Pavilion, a building that’s been used for storage in recent years.
The tasting room and production site near the Boone County Courthouse will become third 1205 Distillery location, joining sites in Fletcher Place and Westfield.
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Total Wine & More, a Maryland-based chain of liquor superstores, opened its first Indianapolis location late last year in Nora after winning a high-profile court battle.
Indianapolis-based Big Red Liquors, already the largest chain of package liquor stores in Indiana, plans to close on the acquisition of Cap n’ Cork early next month.
Philadelphia-based GoPuff, a fast-growing company that entered the Indianapolis market in 2018, currently operates three micro-fulfillment centers here and plans to open two more.
When the pandemic hit one year ago, Sun King almost immediately lost some 40% of its business, the result of restaurants and bars that shuttered and stopped buying beer in kegs.
When the pandemic dried up the demand for beer at customer-limited bars and restaurants, local brewers had to shift focus to sales at grocery stores, pharmacies and packaged liquor stores.
The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute says its Sober Ride Indiana pilot program will provide ride credits to the first 10,000 total rides through April 5. The program coincides with St. Patrick’s Day and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
A wide-reaching alcohol policy bill would allow for curbside pickup of alcoholic beverages, plus carryout beverages at the new food hall at the Bottleworks development in downtown Indianapolis.
Carmel is the latest Indiana community seeking to use its waterways as a means to offer businesses cheap and plentiful liquor licenses.
BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse has called quits after four years in Fishers. A liquor store chain has acquired the building and is planning to open there in January.
The Carmel City Council introduced a proposal on Monday to establish four new waterway districts that would allow the city to pursue additional alcoholic beverage permits.