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Find beers brewed at the Milwaukee pilot brewery across Wisconsin
Small enough to be nimble and responsive to the tastes of the moment, our Milwaukee pilot brewery is producing innovative beers that are now available beyond its Walker’s Point taproom walls. First up is a Double Dry-Hopped Flavorwave IPA.
Get the freshest suds on Fridays.
Ever notice that little, black keg on the Indeed bar top? It might not look like much, but inside this fass keg is the freshest form of our beer for you to enjoy. Fassbier Friday is a unique beer experience at Indeed that allows you to drink like a brewer—straight from the fermentor. We talked to Jon Eager, Research & Development Brewer, to answer all of our fass questions.
Indeed Brewing and Disco Death Records collaborate on a curated music outlet at Quincy Corner.
Pair your beers with vinyl. A new, curated record and cassette tape selection from Disco Death Records opens on Saturday, March 13 at Quincy Corner, Indeed's to-go operation in the Northeast Minneapolis brewery. We chatted with Colin Wilkinson, co-founder of Disco Death, about the record shop's history and its new partnership with Indeed.
Two winners will get Pistachio Cream Ale for a year.
We're searching for Pistachio Cream Ale's Biggest Fan. Think that's you? Prove it. Submit a photo, video, work of art, etc., that tells us why you should be crowned Pistachio Cream Ale's Biggest Fan.
Submissions must be entered using this Google Form.
Chuck U talks to us about the beer’s brand-new artwork
We heard you loud and clear: More Pistachio Cream Ale. So beginning February 15, Pistachio Cream Ale will be one of our core offerings with year-round availability and distribution across Minnesota and Wisconsin. With that comes a new, permanent can design.
Boon Hard Kombucha is Indeed’s newest beyond beer offering.
The latest liquid to grace the tap lines at Indeed Brewing Company is neither tea nor beer, precisely. Going by the name of Boon, our new hard kombucha starts in an oak barrel and ends in a bright tank. We talked to Founding Brewer Josh Bischoff, who spearheaded the brewing experimentation, about this peculiar elixir.
This winter, we want you to drink your beer warm. Hear us out.
A pint of beer meets the business end of a fire poker; at Indeed, we call that a Beer Brûlée. Equal parts delicious and mystifying, it’s the only way you’ll want to drink a beer in freezing temperatures ever again.