Indiana craft beers "Rally in the Alley" (between the Indianapolis City Market and the "gold building") 4:30-7 p.m. Park at the City Market Arena Lot (bordered by Alabama, Wabash, New Jersey and Market) — ask for a voucher with your beer and pay only $1 to park. Check out www.indycm.com/tomlinsontaproom.
June 24 and 25
Hoosier History Live program on "Prohibition in Indiana," Marc Carmichael of the Indiana Beverage Alliance and Clay Pendleton of the Indiana Historical Society join host Nelson Price, 11:30 a.m. on WICR 88.7 FM and always online at www.hoosierhistorylive.org. Broad Ripple Brewpub is one of the show's sponsors.
Brew-Ha-Ha, 700 block of N. Park Ave. 3-7 p.m. Advance tickets $25 online or call 635-7529; $30 cash only at the door; designated driver $10. Check www.phoenixtheatre.org/brew-ha-ha.html for more.
Squealers Award Winning Barbeque, 5515 W. 86th St. (86th & Zionsville Rd.) 6:30-8 p.m.; Girls Pint Out event to learn tips and tricks to firing up the grill and pairing food with beer. For more: www.squealersbarbeque.com/index.php;www.facebook.com/girlspintout.
Oaken Barrel seasonals: Uberweizen German Wheat and Blueberry Stout.
The Ram Downtown, Fishers: Easy Rye-der, the 1000th batch in the history of the Indianapolis RAM Restaurant and Brewery; 2010 Barrel-aged NUTorious Brown Ale; Spring Fever Light, blonde ale infused with Jasmine and Lemon Peel; Bill's Bettor, nutty malt with a light body and dry finish; Barefoot Wit, tart and refreshing with additions of orange peel, coriander and chamomile.
Rock Bottom Downtown: Summer Blonde Honey Ale, golden-colored, light bodied, crisp and refreshing with subtle hint of honey.
Crown Brewing Third Anniversary special release: DunkelWeizenbock, a strong German-style dark wheat, malty sweetness, dark fruit and spicy clove and bananas, slightly sweet palate, finishes dry.
Half Moon, Kokomo: English-Style Brown Ale, medium bodied with nutty and roasted malt flavors.
Patrick's Kitchen, Zionsville: Sun King's A Few Hops More! and Popcorn Pils; Upland's Double Dragon Fly; People's Brewing Farmer's Daughter American Wheat.