Indianapolis, IN 46219
About Black Acre Brewing Company
The great thing about nano-breweries (another way of saying “homebrewer that really, really wanted to share”) is that they’re so darn nimble. The offerings in this Irvington artisanal shop run the gamut from regular to revolutionary: They’ve poured everything from a peanut butter porter (Elvis shoulda been alive for this) to a take on German rauchbier (‘smoke beer’) to an utterly terrifying Hop Pun Double IPA that packs an unbelievable 251 International Bitterness Units (IBUs) and an alcohol content of nearly 10 percent. After a blast of this you might not taste anything but hops for 48 hours. Not that that's a bad thing.
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