The brewery will take over part of a former auto body repair shop to produce beverages sold at King Jugg’s Fishers location.
Ash & Elm Cider Co. planning expansion into Carmel with restaurant, tasting room
Ash & Elm’s planned 3,500-square-foot location, part of a multi-phase development by Carmel-based Old Town Cos., will be the company’s second restaurant and tasting room when it opens in spring 2024.Read More
New Indianapolis whiskey producer cites barrels as key to flavor
Fortune’s Fool, an Indianapolis-based spirits company led by former anesthesiologist Juliet Schmalz, debuted this month in liquor stores, restaurants and bars.Read More
New vodka brand features Indiana-themed name and pickle twist
Indianapolis-based sales engineer T.J. Marsh plans to begin production of Hoosa Vodka this month in the Holy Cross neighborhood.Read More
Hard Truth, Mellencamp Whiskey call partnership a ‘no-brainer’
Brown County’s Hard Truth Distilling Co., in partnership with the recently founded Mellencamp Whiskey Co., is releasing a new whiskey collection specifically celebrating and supporting Hoosier farmers.Read More
Drew Storen, the former star pitcher at Brownsburg High School, has found a new line of work after Major League Baseball—running his Carmel-based business, Field of Dreams Whiskey Co.
Heath Outdoor is billing their new-look campus, which includes Digs Garden Center, as The Yard at North Mass.
Mexican lager Modelo Especial overtook Bud Light in U.S. retail dollar sales in the month ending June 3.
Hotel Tango Distillery’s Fort Wayne location that opened in 2020 and a Zionsville location that opened in 2021 are closing.
The winery said new products such as the Melon Mint Moscato, along with its mainstays like Oliver Sweet Red, have fueled the company’s continued growth.
A bill letting beer wholesalers cash in on lucrative liquor-based drinks would “expand their monopolistic advantage” and hike prices for consumers, argues a leading wine and liquor organization.
Mixed alcoholic beverages like hard seltzers have exploded in popularity, and wholesalers all want a piece of the pie. Senate Bill 1544 would open sales to all wholesale types—and has already reopened industry squabbles over who gets to sell what.
The best bourbons are buttery, smooth and oaky, and a growing cult of aficionados is willing to pay an astonishing sum to score even a shot of these premium spirits. Some are even willing to bend or break laws.
Indiana Liquor Group has been acquiring stores in small cities and towns since 2019 and typically leaves the business names unchanged.
After years of steady growth, it marked the first time that spirit supplier revenues have surpassed beer—but just barely, the spirit industry group said.
Head brewer Beppe Cuello said he hopes to buy Fountain Square Brewing Co. with his wife, Dama, before the auction takes place and continue running the 11-year-old business.
On Dec. 8, the distiller will open a tasting room inside its 9,000-square-foot main building at 738 W. Broadway St.
Hammond-based 18th Street Brewery opened its Indianapolis tap room one month before the pandemic stay-at-home orders of 2020.
By simply cutting a doorway to connect two businesses in Fountain Square, the owners of the Hi-Fi music venue intend to alter the concert landscape of Indianapolis.
Co-founder Travis Barnes discusses Hotel Tango’s creation, its rocketing sales and how one of the state’s first micro-distilleries could establish such a big footprint in less than a decade.
The expansion will be used to produce two mainstays — Jim Beam white and black label bourbons — and will mostly support expected sales growth overseas.
Fountain Square Brewing Co. purchased New Day Craft Mead & Cider in 2019 and oversaw production at Circle City Industrial Complex.