Indianapolis Beer Stories: History to Modern Craft In Circle City Brewing Will Be Released July 18

Indianapolis Beer Stories: History to Modern Craft In Circle City Brewing Will Be Released July 18

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About the Book: Indianapolis Beer Stories is a time capsule of tales from the city’s early taverns to a pre- Prohibition golden era and today’s modern craft beer scene. Meet the ghosts of Indy’s brewing past. Discover the very beginning of beer in Indiana’s new capital and the pioneers who carved a path for a future industry. Uncover the legacy of a bygone brewing giant. Learn how one spontaneous decision to cross the treacherous Rocky Mountains led to a booming craft beer scene in Indiana. Indiana native Amy Beers, a Certified Cicerone® and owner/operator of Drinking with Beers, leads a heady tour of yesterday and today in Circle City brewing.

About the Author: Amy Beers is an Indianapolis-based Certified Cicerone® and business owner. Her company, Drinking with Beers, offers tours for the beer curious with a focus on education and appreciation. She weaves her passion for beer with history, travel and culture. She enjoys sharing her knowledge with others through storytelling. Amy is a graduate of Indiana University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication and film studies. This is her first published book. More of her work, including extensions of this book, can be found at, as well as her social media channels. You can also find her on YouTube.

About Arcadia Publishing: As the nation’s leading publisher of books of local history and local interest, Arcadia’s mission is to connect people with their past, with their communities and with one another. Arcadia is the home of unique hyper-local histories of countless hometowns across all fifty states, as well as books on local food, beer and wine; and stories of famous hauntings, all one American city and town at a time. Arcadia has an extraordinary catalog of 17,000 local titles and publishes 500 new books each year. Arcadia counts among its imprints Pelican Publishing, a 100-year old independent press based in New Orleans, and the critically acclaimed Wildsam Publishing, publisher of highly curated travel literature and guides. Using its proprietary Store Match system, Arcadia can create a highly customized hyper-local book assortment for any storefront in the nation.


by Amy Beers

On sale: July 18, 2022 Price: $21.99
Pages: 208
ISBN: 978-1-4671-4477-3

CONTACT: Emily Lamont

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