Gone, but not forgotten!
- Dandy Lager
- Double Day Tripper
- Mexican Cousin
- Peloton Saison
- Blueberry Mosaic
- Hot Box
- Brown Ale
- Burr Grinder
- Quincy Street Common
- Polka Pils
- Sage Coach
Our cask ales merge the best of old world tradition with modern innovation. Traditionally, cask ales are served at 55 degrees and are slightly oxidized from outside air entering the cask as it is served. Here at Indeed, we're breaking tradition to serve you the best quality beer possible. Many of our casks are hop forward ales, and we serve them between 35 to 40 degrees, preventing much of the off flavors that can arise from hoppy ales served at traditional cask temperatures. We also ensure our cask ales never touch oxygen - a beer's arch nemesis.
Our casks are served through a modern day cask breather system that eliminates all oxygen in the serving process, and then pulled through a traditional beer engine (the black handles sticking up from the bar), so that we truly have the best of both worlds.
Check up on our current cask offerings on our Tap List.
Birds of a feather Flock Together, and now they make beer together, too. Hatched in the spirit of camaraderie that lies at the heart of craft brewing, our collaboration series takes flight. We're teaming up with like-minded folks both near and away to wing it with unique ingredients and uncommon styles. When we Flock Together, good things are always on the horizon.
After AB-Inbev’s acquisition of Northern Brewer in 2016, Indeed made the tough decision to pull its beer kits from the store, and decided to post our recipes for Day Tripper and Midnight Ryder right here on our website. We continue to encourage home brewers to support their local home brewing store in an effort to keep craft brewing honest, accessible and fun. Questions? Feel free to e-mail email@example.com.
Check out our newest homebrew recipe for Yamma Jamma Harvest Ale, here.
Check back often to find out which bars & restaurants, and liquor stores serve and sell Indeed Brewing Company beer!
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