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The art of barrel-aging beer has been around for over 2000 years, but only in recent times has this delicate science been brought back to life and given its own flair here in the American craft beer scene. Brewers have been aging everything from pilsners to stouts in a variety of barrels that once held spirits like rum, whiskey, tequila, wine, gin, and Fernet. At Indeed Brewing, many of our barrel-aged concoctions are aged in rum, whiskey, or bourbon barrels for 10 months or more, most notably Rum King and Whiskey Queen Imperial Stouts.
With Tom Whisenand (Co-Owner), Andy Kiekhafer (Multimedia Producer), Jon Eager (Brewer)
Northeast’s Original Taproom meets Northeast’s landmark diner. A few months back, we brewed a classic style root beer for our dear friends at Ideal Diner and voila! Ideal Root Beer was born. It was our first time brewing a non-alcoholic beverage through our system and it turned out pretty dang tasty. We chatted with one of our co-owners, Tom Whisenand, multimedia producer, Andy Kiekhafer, and brewer, Jon Eager, to get to the “root” of this collaboration.
Hullabaloo is back Saturday, October 6th, and Sunday, October 7th
Pumpkins and sweaters, crunching leaves and a cool breeze, Hullabaloo is back for another kick-off to all your favorite fall festivities! Join us October 6th and 7th for special beer releases, live music, delicious grub, and good autumn vibes. Pull out your beanies and flannels from the back of the closet and get ready for a Hullabaloo-ing good time!
You may have recently seen a shiny new toy at our brewery on our Instagram or Facebook. No, it’s not Barbie convertible (this time), but a brand new KHS can filler! This machine is the real deal and we are now one of less than a handful of breweries in our region that now have it.
As you may have heard (cover your ears if you haven’t), our Harvest Ale is hitting the hay in 2017. We know you’ll miss Yamma Jamma, and we will too - so we’ve decided to give you a little something to remember it by. Our brewers have created a 5 Gallon All-Grain Batch homebrew recipe just for you. Find it below, or on the recipe page of our website, alongside Day Tripper and Midnight Ryder.