Stopped in just before the Upland sour fest. Most others at the bar were brewers having a pint before they had to work. This place has no food, but you can bring food from anywhere in the market and eat here. Tap list featured lots of sours as a warm up for the fest, so right up my alley. Flights of four three ounce pours. They give you a piece of chalk and you write your choices on the paddle, a blackboard in the shape of the Hoosier State. Taster glassware a bit on the dirty side. Service was friendly and efficient. Worth a stop.
On second floor of the City Market. Tons of seating but you’ll probably need to go to the bar to get service. Full pours and flights available - great selection of local beers. First floor is full of food vendors - if they’re open, you have a great selection but think most of them close pretty early so might not be much of a selection later at night. Great place.
Bit of a difficult place to find if you’re not familiar with the area. Find the city market, and look up... Small bar with 16 taps all local Indiana stuff. Of the 16 beers, only 1 I have head. 6 really good ones, the rest average but for stuff I’ve never heard of surprisingly good. Server was nice and knowledgable. Awesome place to check out if you want good local ticks.
Good little taproom overlooking the City Market eateries. Not a ton of beers on tap, but they were good and esoteric. No food, but plenty to choose from downstairs, and you can bring it up to eat while you have a beer. Great service too. I love that this place is here.
Had my first ever Robert the Bruce here, so my opinion is somewhat jaded because Robert The Bruce was fantastic. I didn't eat here because I was too busy enjoying a veritable cornucopia of local beers. Cool place to sample the bevy of fantastic local beers!