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Old 02-27-2012, 10:45 PM   #1
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I've noticed a ton of Hoosier brewers on here the last few days so hopefully someone can answer this for me.

I just found out tonight I have to spend 3 days in Anderson next week for work. Can anyone recommend a good brew pub to eat dinner at and enjoy a few pints after work hours?

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Old 02-28-2012, 06:43 AM   #2
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Just spent the week in Fisher, IN. The Chatam Tap had a nice selection of beer as does Scotty's Lake House. Both in Fishers though, about 20 mins from Anderson. You do have a casino in Anderson. Also, the Black Swan Brewpub is one exit away from the airport. Had some great beers there and the owner is really cool. Good luck.

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Old 02-28-2012, 06:52 AM   #3
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If you head to Indy there are plenty of great ones, Brugge (http://www.bruggebrasserie.com/brassin.html), Black Swan (http://blackswanbrewpub.com/), Broad Ripple Brewpub (http://www.broadripplebrewpub.com/) and although not a brewpub, but great beer and great food 20 Tap in Broadripple (http://www.facebook.com/pages/20-Tap/163003913780574)

But nothing really in Anderson itself.

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Old 02-29-2012, 01:43 AM   #4
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There was one in the noblesville area but this was 10 or so years ago. Good beer, basic bar food. No idea what the name was but it was a nice place.

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Old 02-29-2012, 01:50 AM   #5
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You're not going to be able to find anything brewpub-wise in Anderson. My wife's grandmother lives there and frankly it's kind of a small town. I would however make the drive to Flat 12 Brewery on the NE side of Indy. Great beers, food, & atmosphere. You can also check out Sun King Brewery. They have a tap room and were recently (2 weeks or so ago) featured on The Brewing Network's Sunday Session.

Broadripple brewpub is most certainly a brewpub by the way. They are always making something new beer wise. The usually have some kind of fancy taco or smoked chicken wing special throughout the week. The have $3 16oz pints on Mondays I believe. Might check the website for that...

Hope this helps!

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there is a place in Muncie that is supppsed to be outstanding. Heorot, not been there but heard good things.

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Thanks for the replies. Sucks about nothing in Anderson, although there's nothing here either....lol. I know there's a lot of awesome brew pubs in and around Indy, but unfortunately I'm in a company vehicle so that means no enjoying a pint and driving back. Was hoping something within walking or cab distance, but oh well.

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I was also going to recommend Heorot in Muncie. (30 minutes N. of Anderson) That place is an experience beyond belief. I tried to Lambics there on tap. It was amazing, and the guys there love to talk beer.

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Yeah I'm from Anderson, nothing there

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there is a place in Muncie that is supppsed to be outstanding. Heorot, not been there but heard good things.
WHY HAVE I NOT HEARD OF THIS?! Time to go for a drive some weekend.
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