Halloween Fright Flight Night returns with four spine-chilling concoctions brewed by our mad scientist behind brewery doors.
Indeed Brewing Co. presents The Lowdown on Saturday, October 19th, at our new pilot brewery and taproom in Milwaukee from 12-10pm!
What’s The Lowdown on this new brewery and taproom? Join us to find out at our grand opening street bash! We’re throwing open the doors and throwing down with a full day of live music at our Walker’s Point location. Bands will be playing, food will be slung, and of course, Indeed brews will be flowing. Stamps to drink are only $1, with all proceeds donated to Indeed We Can, Indeed Brewing’s employee-driven charitable giving program. Keep scrolling to discover all the details as we throw down at The Lowdown!
Get cozy in our taproom and grab a flight of our classic imperial stout base alongside three coffee-infused beers including hand-crushed Bear Hug beans, Zamboni Cold Press, and Neon Espresso all brewed by Dogwood Coffee. Kegs will be tapped at 3pm on Thursday, September 26th, and only available while supplies last.
Presenting Hullabaloo 2019 Friday, September 13th, 5-11 pm, and Saturday, September 14th, 12-11 pm.
Our annual fall festival returns with a bang on a new date with hot tunes, fresh beer, and delicious eats. This year’s lineup includes the funky, rock, pop, and hip-hop sounds of 11 carefully curated DJs and bands. A special edition of Transmission with DJ Jake Rudh starts off the weekend with a dance party on Friday followed by a full day of music on Saturday including Nur-D with his full band and Kiss the Tiger. Keep scrolling to check out the goods on this year’s Hullabaloo.
You walk into your favorite local liquor store and are overwhelmed by a zoo of craft beer and then, you spot it. A sea of Indeed’s bright orange can toppers keeping your Day Tripper, Flavorwave, and Mexican Honey Light 6-packs safe and secure. But what are these sturdy tops that hold them together? These are known as PakTech handles. These handles are created from post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic such as milk jugs and other similar containers. Not only are these handles bright, colorful, easy to use—and reuse—but they’re produced with the environment in mind.