As local craft beer has gained popularity in recent years, new breweries are popping up in most cities. Indianapolis is no exception! Our city is full of exciting breweries offering their own unique spin on the brewery and craft beer experience. There are literally dozens of breweries to choose from in the Indy area, so while you are planning your next brewery tour with Indy JoyRides, here is a rundown on a few of our favorites. 

Top Indianapolis Breweries

Black Acre Brewing Co.

This Irvington gem was founded by a group of friends, and you can feel the love that they bring to their business from the moment you step in the door. The lineup is ever-changing and the brewers love to experiment, meaning you might not have the same beer twice, no matter how often you visit. Their pairing of craft beers and fancy food in a relaxed setting provides something for everyone to enjoy and will keep you coming back for more.

Daredevil Brewing Co.

Don’t miss this Speedway hot spot, especially if you are in the area for the race this year. Daredevil sets itself apart with a beautiful facility and one of the most well-balanced IPAs on the market, available for easy drinking by way of a robust canning run.

Brugge Brasserie

Located in the heart of Broad Ripple, this brewery features a consistently outstanding lineup of Belgian-style beers. The Trippel de Ripple, a spicy, clean-finishing Belgian tripel, is probably its most famous brew, followed by the puckering Pooka sour. The balanced beer makes for great drinking along with the authentic Belgian menu, which features mussels prepared a dozen ways, crepes, waterzooi, and its famous frites with all the dipping sauces you could want.

To check out these Indy breweries with a group of your closest beer-loving friends, schedule a brewery tour with Indy JoyRides today. Our custom party bus is the best and safest way to experience all that the Indianapolis brewery scene has to offer. Contact us today at (317) 572-5693 to book a brew bus, or make a reservation online anytime. 

 

Sources:

thrillist.com