Southern Indiana Breweries
Craft beer culture is anything but new to the folks in SoIN (southern Indiana). The New Albanian Brewing Company began brewing in 2002. The family business is run by two sisters. Four more breweries (and tap houses) have opened since 2014, as the craft beer grows.
Whether you drink home-brew or nationally known craft beer, you’ll find fun ways to enjoy a pint.
Sample more craft brews at Donum Dei Brewery, Floyd County Brewing Company and Our Lady of Perpetual Hops.
Other SoIN restaurants cater to craft beer culture. Parlour's two locations, by the Big Four Bridge in Jeffersonville and on State Street in New Albany, offer a beer garden and a variety of taps, plus corn hole and fire pits. Grab a pint at Pearl Street Taphouse, in a renovated home that serves burgers plus sweet and savory wings. Sample craft brews in downtown Jeffersonville at Red Foot Brewing Company, with regional and national craft beers on tap.
And of course, there’s more. Find other restaurants with extensive selections on tap below.
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