14 Mar Third Bicentennial Pours & Pints Showcases One Of Indiana’s Newest & Brightest Breweries
Indiana On Tap and Hamilton County Tourism joined together last Wednesday for the third installment of Bicentennial Pours & Pints, this time taking the event to one of the Indianapolis-area’s newest breweries: Deer Creek Brewery, located just off SR-37 in Noblesville.
Opened just a few months prior, Deer Creek is owned and operated by Jeff Eaton, long-time owner and brewer at Barley Island. Though they haven’t officially had a grand opening yet, their doors are open Thursday – Sunday and they recently poured at the Brewers of Indiana Guild’s WinterFest is January, where I personally enjoyed their barrel-aged barleywine poured by Eaton himself.
Throughout the night, with the help of Hamilton County Tourism, patrons who joined us shared in great beers (the regular and barrel-aged imperial Irish reds were a favorite of the night by nearly everyone there) while conversations were had about the Tasting Society Marketplace, the rise of the craft beer industry in Hamilton County, and what the influx of more craft breweries means to the area.
“After visiting Deviate and Sun King for our first two Bicentennial Pours & Pints events, we greatly enjoyed showing off one of Indiana’s newest breweries with this unique event,” Indiana On Tap’s Sarah Burns said of the evening.
Craft beer fans interested in joining the next Bicentennial Pours & Pints at Heady Hollow Brewing Co. on Saturday, May 21 can find more information at the event’s Facebook page!