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Crowlers and growlers are available to-go in Milwaukee and Minneapolis.
These are strange and unprecedented times, indeed.
We announced on Monday, March 16 that we would be closing our Milwaukee and Minneapolis taprooms in response to the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. While we can’t provide a space for you to gather, we can supply you with beer once again, which we hope brings you some comfort.
Crowlers and growlers are now available to-go at both taproom locations. Pick up through The Ox window in Minneapolis or on Quincy Corner where you can snag some tacos from Centro, too. In Milwaukee, pick-up is available at the taproom. Growlers are available, however we won't be doing refills at this time or accepting empties. Customers who order from Centro across the street will receive $5 off any growler purchase as part of our Quincy Corner package.
Order online here for Minneapolis or call 612-843-5090, ext. 4. Open 12-6pm Monday-Sunday. Delivery is available from 1-5pm with a 90-minute promise from time of order. $5 delivery fee per order. Buy a gift card here.
Order online here for Milwaukee. Growlers, crowlers, and cans are available for curbside pick-up; call 414-216-9007, ext. 5 when you are at the taproom to receive your order. Open 3-6pm on Wednesday & Thursday; 12-6pm on Friday & Saturday. Buy a gift card here.
Catching up with owner Tom Whisenand.
Indeed Brewing Company’s pilot brewery and taproom opened in Milwaukee in September 2019. Owner Tom Whisenand reflects on the the last six months in Milwaukee, why Wisconsin is a great state for beer, and what’s in store for beer drinkers in both states.
We're bringing a bit of Minneapolis to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by breaking ground on a taproom and pilot brewery.
We’ve been holding in a secret for a really, painfully long time and we’re so excited to tell you that we just signed on to build a brewery and taproom in “Brew City,” Milwaukee, Wisconsin! That’s right, we’ll be the first Minnesota brewery to break ground in Wisconsin that has both locations under the same ownership, and we’re happy to join 30+ breweries in the city built on beer. Our new spot sits in the Walker’s Point neighborhood of Milwaukee on 530 South 2nd Street, and our plan is to have the beer flowing to Wisconsinites by mid-2019. Indeed Milwaukee will have a 10-Barrel brewhouse and a cozy, inviting taproom that seats 100+ people.