On Tuesday, February 26th, a special—and sizeable—package was carefully assembled at our brewery and sent off on a journey of 6000 miles. 250 cases and 120 ⅙ barrels of Indeed beer traveled far and wide, across the country and the Pacific ocean to reach its final destination in Yokohama, Japan, via our new distribution partners at Nagano Trading Co. Their inaugural delivery of Indeed beer is diverse and expansive including the classics like Day Tripper Pale Ale, B-Side Pilsner, and Lucy Session Sour, along with new and seasonal beers like Flavorwave IPA, Stir Crazy Porter, Mexican Honey Imperial Lager, and Let it Ride IPA. These selections began selling at Antenna America, Nagano’s showroom and tasting room, on April 18th.
Indeed Brewing presents Whirlygig 2019 – Friday, May 17th, Saturday, May 18th, & Sunday, May 19th
Let’s get Whirly! Our Art-a-Whirl® celebration, Whirlygig, is back for yet another year of delicious brews, tasty eats, and a fire music line-up including The Bad Man, Har Mar Superstar, and Pert Near Sandstone, with the full list below. We’re high-key so excited to share the news with you so keep scrolling for info on all the good times we’re about to have!
Be one of just 24 guests to experience the first glasses of our inaugural collaboration beer, Wooden Soul: Brûlée, a funky brett saison with hand-torched burnt sugar and citrus. Watch the show as the dishes are prepared right in front of your eyes at the Icehouse Chef’s Bar in this intimate dining experience. The talented Chef Matthew Bickford will prepare a thoughtfully curated menu to pair with Indeed beer.
Beer is more than just a drink. It’s the good company you share it with, the vibes, and community it creates. All of these things embody the experience that is Mexican Honey Light. This bright and clean cerveza is brewed with orange blossom honey straight from orange groves south of the border, Amarillo hops, and a twist of citrus. This sessionable spin on an Indeed classic is a versatile and refreshingly crushable addition to our hive.
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.