Craft brewery King Jugg plans Broad Ripple production site
The brewery will take over part of a former auto body repair shop to produce beverages sold at King Jugg’s Fishers location.Read More
Upland Brewing to open taproom at Clay Terrace in Carmel
The planned 5,300-square-foot Upland taproom plans to serve a rotating beer and seasonal food menu.Read More
Wabash Brewing to end 8-year run in latest beer-maker closure
Small-batch beer maker Wabash Brewing LLC announced Tuesday its plans to close its location on East 79th Street permanently—the latest exit in a season of tumult for Indy-area brewers.Read More
The Indianapolis-based brewery is slated to have its equipment sold at auction next month, but it continues to look for new ownership prior to the sale.
Fountain Square Brewing Co., founded in 2011, is expected to reopen for business after a sale closes in mid-January.
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.
Hammond-based 18th Street Brewery opened its Indianapolis tap room one month before the pandemic stay-at-home orders of 2020.
Upland will add to its local roster that includes locations in Fountain Square, Carmel and the intersection of 49th Street and College Avenue.
It will be Bier’s third taproom in central Indiana after the brewery previously opened locations in Indianapolis and Carmel.
Fountain Square Brewing Co. purchased New Day Craft Mead & Cider in 2019 and oversaw production at Circle City Industrial Complex.
Brown County’s Hard Truth Distilling Co. will build new rack house to age whiskey and install three 5,000-gallon fermenters.
The owner of the craft beer business founded in Michigan said the COVID-19 pandemic sealed the fate of the downtown Indianapolis location near Rolls-Royce Meridian Center.
Once again, the festival is expected to feature some of the city’s best-known restaurants and brewers, music, a wing-eating contest and other activities.
The brewery’s co-founder said increased rent and upcoming road construction factored in the decision to exit the neighborhood known for its nightlife.
The brewery space will feature a 1,200-square-foot taproom with seating for up to 50 people and a 3.5-barrel brewing system.
The Restaurant Revitalization Fund will provide up to $10 million per recipient to qualifying restaurants, bars, food trucks, caterers, and other eligible recipients based on their pandemic-related revenue losses.
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.
Brew Link, which is owned by three Hendricks County couples, opened its first location in Plainfield in 2016. The Indianapolis location is slated for a mid-March opening.