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According to the Brewers Association, small, traditional and independent breweries across the U.S. generated $22.3 billion in retail beer sales in 2015 and by production volume craft beer has a 12.2 percent share of the overall U.S. beer industry.
The Indiana 2016 GABF attendees, representative of a statewide community/neighborhood based business model, include: Brugge, Burn ‘Em, Byway, Carson’s, Chapman’s, Danny Boy, Daredevil, Evil Czech, Flix, Hunters, Mad Anthony, Main Street/Turoni's, Redemption, Shoreline, Sun King, The Tap, Taxman, Tin Man, Triton, Upland, and ZwanzigZ.
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- The 35th Great American Beer Festival is in Denver, Oct. 6-8
While this building does not yet have Landmark status, it is the only Indianapolis pre-Prohibition brewery building still standing. Since 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act, we’re sharing some of the amazing coincidences between Indiana City and Home brewing companies 132 years apart.
October 13: Plan also to attend James Glass' illustrated talk, “Fifty Years Later: The Impact of the National Historic Preservation Act” at 5:30 p.m., in the Cook Theater at Indiana Landmarks Center. Get more information and register.