Nestled in the historic neighborhood of Irvington, Black Acre is a small batch, artisan brewery that prides themselves in brewing up some of the best seasonal and specialty ales around. This ultra-sleek, upscale brewery is the perfect watering hole for an intimate date or evening out with friends.
You’ll never walk into this northeast Indy brewery and see the same menu twice. Bier Brewery, a father-son affair, serves up over 100 different brews annually, while keeping the regulars satisfied with their ever-present Obi One Kenobi décor.
The brewery that started it all. When you step into the Broad Ripple Brew Pub (Indy’s first, we might add), the décor, complete with dark wood paneling and one of the coziest fire pits in the Village, will transport you to a neighborhood English pub. Do yourself a favor and order the beer cheese crock, the Pub’s specialty!
At the forefront of the microbrew scene here in Indy, Brugge has been serving up four house beers since 1990. Beware of the Tripel de Riple, a blonde Belgian-style brew with a ten percent alcohol content (limit of two per customer). This French Brasserie has a full menu of delectable eats. Make sure to try local favorites, the pomme frites and mussel selections.
Cutters is a production brewery dedicated to bringing hard working beer to the masses.
This independent craft brewery brings eclectic, flavorful beers. The aggressively fun results are not for the timid!
Hands down one of the best back patios in the city, FLAT12 is a product of time-tested home brewing. While FLAT12 offers a delicious lineup of six house beers at their brewery and tasting room, their porter can be found in restaurants and breweries around the city.
It all started when a couple of chemists put their heads (and passion!) together to do one thing: craft great beer. Located in the hip, funky Fountain Square Cultural District, Fountain Square Brewery converted an old warehouse into the most dazzling soda pop fountain-esq brewery.
Indiana City enjoys creating innovative brews based on traditional styles using their small-batch, hand-crafted approach. The brewery is located in the historic ‘Bottling House’ of the Home Brewing Company on the east side of downtown.
An independent, family-owned and operated restaurant business since 1971, The Ram now houses the Big Horn Brewing Company. Six handcrafted beers are available in growlers, sixth barrels, pony kegs and kegs. Some of the fun names include Total Disorder Porter, Buttface Amber Ale and sure sellers are Big Horn Hefeweizen, Big Red IPA and the Blonde.
While Rock Bottom Brewery may be a chain restaurant, the brews are independently created at each location. With a philosophy that beer should be clean, simple and fresh, it's no surprise that these have won a few awards through the years including the recent World Beer Cup gold award for the College Park site's Naked Oat Stout!
At only five-years-old, Sun King is Indy’s largest craft microbrewery, producing nearly 25,000 barrels a year. Exclusively distributed in the Hoosier State, Indiana is only place to taste this Great American Beer Festival gold medalist brewery. Drop in on a Friday for a packed house, $5 growler fills, and unlimited tastings.
If you have ever visited Scotty's Brewhouse in Indy, you already know that owner Scott Wise loves his beer. With the help of local brewer Omar Castrellon, Wise took this love even further and created Thr3e Wise Men Brewing Company in Broad Ripple. Grab a growler, a pint or specialty pizza at Thr3e Wise Men.
Opening soon just blocks from Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis.
With a spacious tasting room and a glorious outdoor patio, Triton Brewery is one heck of place to bring a group. This Fort Benjamin favorite serves up 13 house brews and some of the best homemade root beer in the city.
Serving hand pulled, real ales hand-crafted two barrels at a time using time honored traditions, natural ingredients and traditional methods. We really like beer, and we love cask conditioned real ales. We think you will too!