A Broad Ripple Tour Pt. 2: Brugge Brasserie (Indianapolis, IN)

Brugge Brasserie 4_March 2016

Come to Broad Ripple for the Thr3e Wise Men, stay for Brugge! This was definitely the centerpiece of the day. The metallic art deco entrance makes the warm atmosphere inside a pleasant surprise. Before I can even get to the beer, I gotta highlight the food.

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Meet the New Record, Slightly Bigger Than the Old Record: America’s Craft Beer Explosion has a Predecessor

St. Joseph 3_March 2016
This was a beautiful symbol of the future. Then I drank it. (St. Joseph Brewery, Indianapolis)

Something wondrous happened in November 2015 for the world of American beer, and I don’t just mean the Bourbon County release. After three decades or so of feverish expansion and diversification among the U.S.’s breweries and brews, the nation shattered a record that stood for 142 years. In 1873 there were 4,131 U.S. breweries and as of November there were 4,144. That number has since climbed to 4,269 and shows no signs of stopping. For craft beer’s foreseeable future, every new brewery is a historic celebration, and every day’s a new record.

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