The second annual Carmel Christkindlmarkt is underway and German mulled beers, wines and cider are an integral part of the celebration.
There are a lot of great breweries in Indianapolis serving up a lot of great beer. But not all of them have food that matches the quality of drink. Chilly Water in Fletcher Place is an exception.
The top three 2018 “Taste of the Fair” food items have been voted on by fairgoers and selected as winners. The creators of these unique treats receive a “Taste of the Fair” title and a cash prize.
In honor of Indy Wings Week, we visited Ale Emporium, Keystone Sports Review and Chatham Tap to remind ourselves why it's impossible to pick an absolute favorite.
Hundreds gather in downtown Whiting, Indiana for Pierogi Fest to celebrate Eastern European food and culture. The festival runs July 27-29.
It’s been nearly 20 years since the family behind Saigon first opened their restaurant in Indianapolis, and their Vietnamese food is still some of the best in the
Fountain Square landmark has been closed until further notice. Manager confirms costly repairs necessary before they can reopen.
As more and more big box breweries aim to take back craft beer drinkers, the Brewers' Association created a seal to mark beers that are true craft beer.
Homebrewers Jereme and Josh Grissom crafted an award-winning English Porter and now they've brewed a version at the Broad Ripple Brewpub for you to taste.
Join the Indiana Historical Society, Sun King Brewing, and the Pickled Pedaler for a history-filled drink Downtown.
In its three years in business, Wabash Brewing has made some major changes in the brewing culture on Indy's Northside.
Before Grand Junction Brewing celebrates their third annual Rock the Junction, Rita chats with head brewer Mike Hofferman about their approach to beer, what each of their locations offer, and the importance of focusing on community.
Out of 2,515 breweries from around the world, five Indiana beers brought home awards.
From Kokomo to Bloomington, Indiana breweries have tons of new IPAs, pilsners, sours, and more.
With a new craft beer event, Indiana homebrewers heading to a national fest, and two breweries scoring top pales ales in the country, April is ending on a high note for Indy beer.
A look at all the exclusive local brews for your favorite Indy sports teams and events like Indy Eleven, Indy Fuel, the Indy 500 and more.
Rita sits down and shares the stories of the new team behind FSBC. She finds out what brought them here and what the future of the brewery looks like.
Pink Boots Society brought together women brewers from around the state to brew Akala White IPA.
Rita chats with Black Acre Brewing Co.'s Justin Miller in the final episode of season two.
Broad Ripple Brewpub is collaborating with breweries across the state, plus MashCraft releases their Howe High IPA.
From a true beer garden to Bloomington Beer Week there are brewery happenings all over the state this month.
From a royal wedding and an herb society symposium, to hop-free hoppy beer, hops are hopping up all over the place.
St. Paddy's Day weekend was full of celebrations and beer releases, now we have more breweries and even new distilled products to sip on this week.
Chatting with Blind Owl Brewery's Alex Petersen about his journey to become head brewer and more.
From increased beer prices to loss of jobs Trump's seemingly uninformed rush into a steel and aluminum tariff could have major repercussions for the beer industry and beyond.
From The Heorot in Muncie to Upland in Bloomington breweries, beer bars and liquor stores are celebrating all over the state.
You can now purchase alcohol on Sundays in Indiana, which is exciting! However, local Indiana breweries have been able to sell beer on Sundays for years, so how will this affect them?