Indiana Grown Brewery Trail

No matter where you live in Indiana, chances are you’re not far from a craft brewery. Local beer has been gaining popularity in recent years, and several Indiana Grown members have joined the movement!

You may not equate beer with agriculture, but many of your favorite craft brews get their taste from locally grown ingredients. From hops and grain to fruit and herbs, your pint of beer may be full of fresh products grown right in your community!

Our Indiana Grown Brewery trail is the perfect way to support Indiana agriculture while enjoying a local brew. By completing the trail, you’ll have visited over 20 Indiana Grown member breweries and hopefully enjoyed your travels across the state!


Indiana Grown Brewery Trail

Indiana Grown Brewery Trail

How it Works

Download your own copy of the Indiana Grown Brewery Trail. Get a stamp at each location and return the completed map by mail to:

Indiana State Department of Agriculture
Attn: Indiana Grown
One N. Capitol Ave. Suite 600
Indianapolis, IN 46204

You will receive a custom Indiana Grown bottle opener as a thank you for supporting local!

Don’t forget to share your photos and stories with us on social media and be sure to tag us on Facebook (@IndianaGrown), Twitter (@Indiana_Grown) and Instagram (@indiana_grown).


Please note:

This trail only represents Indiana Grown member breweries and is not an exhaustive list of breweries in Indiana.

As new members join the Indiana Grown Brewery Trail, we will post updates periodically, however, all versions of completed maps will be accepted.

Participants may visit any location to receive a stamp for those breweries denoted as having multiple locations. There is no time limit to complete the trail.

The breweries that are listed may have altered business hours and operations due to COVID-19. We recommend confirming this with the business before visiting. Please also maintain social distancing and practice other recommended safety precautions when visiting with member locations.

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6 Responses to Indiana Grown Brewery Trail

  1. james Bratcher February 6, 2020 at 11:37 am #

    Haas Winery in Clinton In is not a member?? and why dont you have it so we can post to FB??

    • February 6, 2020 at 2:39 pm #

      Hi, James!

      Unfortunately, they are not a member, but we would love to have them join! It’s completely free to do so, and they can fill out an online application at

      And we do not currently have the button to share directly to Facebook from our blog posts, but we will work on getting that added. In the meantime, feel free to copy the following link and share on your Facebook:


  2. James Roach February 6, 2020 at 1:23 pm #

    Orthocity Brewery and Smokehouse in Warsaw closed back in May 2019

    • February 6, 2020 at 2:40 pm #

      Thanks for letting us know, James! We will get them removed.

  3. Ross Graham February 22, 2020 at 11:13 am #

    Just crossed off Sun King. Looking forward to hitting the far flung breweries. Thanks for putting this task together!!

    • February 24, 2020 at 8:29 am #

      Sounds like you’re off to a great start! Hope you enjoy the rest of the trail!

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