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.
A look back at 2018 and forward at 2019
2018 was a stellar year for us at Indeed Brewing! We premiered new brands like Flavorwave IPA and Mexican Honey Light, raised a significant amount of funds for local nonprofits through Indeed We Can, won some pretty sweet awards, invested in new technology, and toasted so many new friends. Keep reading to discover just what we accomplished this past year and what adventures you can expect from us in 2019!
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.
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.