Wenck in the Dark
From radio personality Ed Wenck: "During an interview
regarding the new laws allowing micros to sell their wares on Sunday 'to go', I
jokingly asked if BR Brewpub might name a beer after moi. Shameless
self-promotion! They did. Enjoy the new dark German lager, 'Wenck in the
In the spirit of fairness, here's BRBP's story: "Never one
to back down from a dare this lager made with darker malt than a traditional
lager, making it a bit sweeter and heavier,was named for Ed Wenck at WIBC."
While at BRBP also try Maibock, a big, amber, full-bodied,
sweet malty lager and the bigger, ruby-red Doppelbock hinting at raisins and
caramel. Traveling John's Best Bitter bright, clean throughout, lingers with a
fruity/citrusy hop over the caramelized specialty malts.
Forthcoming at BRBP: a special Cinco de Mayo offering. You
can hear Ed Wenck each weekday on IBC, from 3 to 7 p.m.
From Jill Ditmire at Mass Ave Wine Shoppe: "You asked for
it, you got it: Sun King BEER! We are THRILLED to support another local small
business. Get a cold single or 4 pack of the award winning Sun King Sunlight
Cream Ale or Sun King Osiris Pale Ale."
Victory Field offers brews by Oaken Barrel, Sun King and
Upland. From Kwang Casey: "You can find Oaken Barrel's Indiana Amber as the
Victory Amber behind the home plate concession and Razz Wheat at the center
For more on Ball Park beer, check out Bob Mack at
Ron Smith, an Indianapolis area beer expert, has a guided
beer-focused trip to Belgium this summer to Belgium, including the cities of
Brussels, Brugge and Antwerp, and famous breweries such as Chimay, Westmalle,
Cantillon, Orval and more. Learn more here (http://www.beermba.com/belgium-beer-vacations.php).Find general information here