People have found a number of interesting and crazy ways to get beer into our mouths, but a new one is rolling into town tonight (July 29) from the Goshen Brewing Company
. On their way from Goshen to tomorrow's Microbrewers' Festival
in Military Park, the brewery is swinging by Cerulean
on its special Century Ride, a beer bike created by Winona Bike Works.
Winona Bike Works
These three taps are headed this way.
By the time they pull into Indy they will have made a 14 hour bike ride, pouring beer at different stops along the way. The bicycle has 3 self-contained kegs on board and 3 taps running from which customers can drink. It even has a small bar top where you can rest your beer while you chat with the bicyclist and give them a tip, they will have ridden 140 miles to serve you this beer. The bike was designed and created by a team from Winona Lake
(where the original Cerulean
is located) in the Northeastern part of the state and is used not only to serve beer, but also coffee and sodas (although there will only be beer in there tonight.)
They should be to Cerulean
, located in CityWay
by 5 p.m. tonight and serving beer throughout the dinner service, but you never know what hurdles lie ahead when riding a bicycle. So, if they're a little late, give 'em a break. Also, if you can't make it tonight, don't miss out on trying their beer and more than 100 other brewery's beers tomorrow at the 21st Annual Microbrewers' Festival