Stepping outside of your comfort zone and trying new beers is one of the benefits of beer tasting events. It gives you a chance to try different styles of beers without committing to an entire six pack or pint. Plus, you can discover new beers you weren't aware of and meet the people behind the breweries.
The Fishers On Tap - Summer craft beer tasting event features an expanded list of breweries alongside live music and offerings from local food trucks. Here are the new entries to this event.
Fountain Square Brewing Company’s brewery and tasting room is a vital part of the Fountain Square community that gives residents and visitors a warm and inviting place to pull up a stool and sip on their handcrafted beers. If you can't make it down to the brewery Fountain Square’s beers are available in bottles with offerings like Workingman’s Pilsner, an easy drinking lighter beer perfect after a long day.
Brugge Brasserie’s line up of Belgian beers and sours are only rivaled by the food at their location in Broad Ripple. Brugge’s Tripel de Ripple Belgian ale is famously served in a goblet and pairs perfectly with a cone of their fries served with dipping sauces like aoili and in-house made ketchup. Looking for something a little sweet and sour? Don’t let the pink color fool you, Brugge’s Pooka is a boysenberry sour sure to make your mouth pucker.
New Albanian Brewing Company located in southern Indiana pushes the envelope with their beers like Hoosier Daddy cream ale and Elector imperial red ale, but it’s their Hoptimus IPA that hop-heads search out. In addition to their pizzeria and public house on the Indiana side of the Ohio River across from Louisville, you can visit the Bank Street Brewhouse for your fill of New Albanian beers and food
Click here to purchase tickets for Fishers On Tap - Summer where you can spend a warm afternoon tasting these local breweries offerings.