Trubble Re-opening with New Menu

Trubble Re-opening with New Menu

Trubble Brewing and Trubble Riverside will re-open on May 14th

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

May 5, 2020, Fort Wayne – Trubble Brewing has not been sitting still during the recently ended stay-at-home order; changes are coming soon to both the original Trubble Brewpub and the new Trubble Café in Promenade Park.

At the Broadway brewpub there is exciting news for both beer and food lovers. Trubble now has a delivery option for downtown and surrounding areas and yes, they can deliver beer! Of interest to food lovers, Trubble’s long-standing chef Cortney Carpenter has added an all hand-made pizza menu. The pie features a 48-hour fermented biga dough and toppings that will please classic and gourmet pizza lovers alike.

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Trubble Brewing is tweaking the rest of its menu to offer more pasta, burgers and salads, plus more vegan options.  (Don’t worry, their popular brunch will still be offered every Saturday and Sunday).  All menus are available now for delivery and carry-out. Dine-in service will resume May 14th.

At Trubble Riverside Café & Tap in Promenade Park, plans are underway to reopen May 14th. Park goers will be happy to find a wide selection of Trubble beers, wine slushies, and snacks such as hot dogs, hummus & veggies, pretzels & cheese, and pastries.

To see more information or to view their online menu, visit trubblebrewing.com

 

About Trubble Brewing: Husband and wife team Chad & Keli Hankee founded Fort Wayne, Indiana’s Trubble Brewing in 2015 to cause trouble in the brewery scene, focusing on Chad’s passion – great IPAs, and Keli’s passion – food you can believe in. Since then, Trubble has expanded to brew no fewer than five highly-praised IPAs including their most recent, McConaughaze Hazy IPA, but also other “beers that taste like beer” like the Pancho & Lefty Mexican Lager and Draconian Scotch Heavy Ale. In 2019, the Hankee’s opened their second location, Trubble Riverside Café & Tap, a casual cafe located in the beautiful Promenade Park in downtown Fort Wayne. The new spot focuses on the same basics, a delicious and unique menu, locally-sourced when possible, and great beers from Trubble Brewing. The Hankees are looking for opportunities to open their next venture, a third tap room with an upsized brewing system, to help meet the demand from their thirsty fans.

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  • COVID-19
    Posted at 14:40h, 06 May Reply

    The Tap House is less than a half mile from the Monon for a reason—we take great pride in our outdoor spaces. Stop in mid-ride and grab a seat on our patio and refresh with good food and beer. Nothing sets the stage for enjoying craft beer like live music. We bring local and regional acts to the patio in the warmer months and host indoor tasting events all year long.

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