The Distillery Trail brochure and map lists 18 distilleries that are part of the Indiana Grown initiative and produce craft spirits, such as whiskey, vodka and gin.
Restaurants, breweries embracing more alcohol delivery, carryout
With revenue down because of banned dine-in services, some eateries are taking advantage of the governor’s order allowing more restaurants and breweries to temporarily offer carryout and delivery of alcohol.Read More
Indiana distilleries among those producing hand sanitizer
Hotel Tango Distillery in Indianapolis said Monday that it is temporarily adding a new high-proof ethyl alcohol-based hand cleaner to its line of products.Read More
Filmmaker peddles Spanish wine in the United States
When Indianapolis outdoorsman and filmmaker Eddie Brochin was asked to lead adventure tours on a Mexican ranch in 2013, he had no idea it would lead him to import and distribute wine.Read More
Alcohol colossus seeking Indiana permit after Supreme Court ruling opens door
Total Wine & More, the nation’s largest retailer of beer, wine and spirits, has applied to the Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission to open a store in part of a former Marsh Supermarkets in Nora.Read More
IBJ reporter John Russell explains a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could open the door to out-of-state liquor stores moving into Indiana—including Total Wine & More, a Maryland-based chain that has applied for a permit to open in a former Marsh store.
The Carmel City Council this week approved building manager Keystone Realty Group’s application to use the city’s final available new three-way liquor license for a restaurant at 110 W. Main St.
After nearly two years of preparation, Primeval Brewing co-founders Nathan Compton and Tim Palmer opened their European-style beer hall in Noblesville to a line that wrapped around the block.
Grand Junction Brewing Co.’s tap room and production facility, which opened about a mile away in 2017, will remain open.
One of Brown County’s newest tourist draws is also perhaps its most unusual. And it’s an integral part of the fast-growing family of local culinary/adult-beverage brands including Big Woods, Quaff ON and Hard Truth Distillery.
The new tasting room will feature craft cocktails made exclusively with 1205 Distillery spirits, plus local beers and wine options.
School officials said Tuesday it will be part of a pilot program recommended by a consulting firm.
The Indiana House and Senate approved a bill Wednesday afternoon that creates a special food hall permit meant to benefit the $300 million Bottleworks project in downtown Indianapolis.
Daredevil, named the state’s Brewery of the Year in 2017 and 2018, has lined up space in the Garage Food Hall at the Bottleworks District on Mass Ave, developer Hendricks Commercial Properties announced Tuesday.
One of the bills would give cities and towns another way to increase the number of alcohol permits available and would create a special food hall permit meant to benefit the $300 million Bottleworks development under construction in Indianapolis.
Spirits such as whiskey, tequila, cognac and vodka are gaining market share at a time when American beer consumption is falling.
The omnibus alcohol bill authored by Rep. Ben Smaltz, R-Auburn, would also create a special alcohol permit for a planned food hall at the Bottleworks development on Massachusetts Avenue.
Indiana residents would be able to sell wine and mixed drinks like margaritas from golf carts on the state's golf courses under a bill that's cleared the Indiana House.
As part of its effort to add redevelop its downtown, Greenwood is putting an unusual asset to use: a meandering minor waterway that in spots is not much wider than a drainage ditch.
Lebamoff Enterprises will be allowed to reopen a 2016 lawsuit against Illinois after prevailing in the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Drinkers in Indiana will have an extra hour to purchase alcoholic beverages early Sunday.
The proposed change would allow communities to create an “entertainment district” and increase their permit quota by 25 percent in that area.
Sen. Ron Alting said the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission needs more funding to hire more officers and employees, and to update technology.