The new “IN Beer Brigade” is a new membership program that allows craft beer enthusiasts to support guild efforts, while enjoying a few perks.
Resist the pull of downtown Grand Rapids and instead make a stop in a tiny residential spot in Comstock Park for beers and sandwiches at Perrin Brewing.
This ‘Craft Beer to Cross the Border For’ actually starts with a confession about Crown Brewing, located in Crown Point Indiana.
We just mapped out your next beer-inspired road trip to Griffith, Indiana. Wait, Griffith, Indiana? Yes, Griffith, Indiana.
Obtainable alert: If you’re crossing the border into Wisconsin soon looking for Toppling Goliath PseudoSue or Karben 4 Fantasy Factory, you’re in luck.
Fear not the Triton Brewing Hatch Blower Pepper IPA. Sure, it packs a burn, but it’s an enjoyable one.
Want to back Indiana craft brewers in their plight for higher production caps but don’t have the energy? Just drink a Sun King Three Floyds Slacktivist.
Cross the border into Wisconsin to seek out Sand Creek Barrel-Aged Wild Ride IPA, “a hefty IPA with a firm malt bill and an even firmer bitterness.”
Cross the Border For Sun King Bourbon Barrel Timmie and go online to support Indiana brewer’s plight to raise their production cap. Feel good.
You’d think an amber ale aged with vanilla beans and aged in bourbon barrels might be a hot mess. Flat 12 Bierwerks Moustache Ride Red is anything but.
Follow your nose into Indiana or Michigan for Hippy Smell, a collaborative beer from Figure Eight Brewing in Valparaiso and Tapistry Brewing in Bridgman.
Think all Oktobefests are created equal? Then you haven’t tried Karben4 Oaktober Ale.
Bloomington Brewing 10-Speed Hoppy Wheat has only been on store shelves for a year but has quickly captured the palates of craft beer drinkers in Indiana.
Conjuring the sense of crunching your way through leaf covered sidewalks, wearing a fleece, Short’s Autumn Ale is certainly a craft beer worth crossing the border for.
With days remaining til Fall Beer Freedom Day, we suggest hopping across the border into Michigan for Blackrocks Grand Rabbits — a dry hopped cream ale.
Steve shines a spotlight on Fountain Square Hop For Teacher as a beer worth crossing the border into Indiana for.
Throw out any preconceived notions of New Glarus or double IPAs, because the New Glarus Scream IIPA shatters them all. And then some.
Triton Brewing Railsplitter IPA is the latest to be highlighted in our weekly feature Craft Beer to Cross the Border For.
Our Wisconsin contributor says Lucette Brewing Ride Again is a craft beer to cross the border for.
The first installment of our new, weekly feature “Craft Beer to Cross the Border for” highlights Hunter from 18th Street Brewery in Gary, Indiana.