Know Before You Go: Bike to the Ballpark 2018

Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Eight years ago we kicked off our very first Bike to the Ballpark for the Indianapolis Indians with some unpredictable "spring" weather. We have been fortunate over the years that Mother Nature has been kind to us and we have been able to watch the event continue to grow with more bike enthusiasts, craft beer lovers, and baseball fans joining together for celebration and a ride through downtown Indy to Victory Field.


Mother Nature has decided to be unpredictable (again!) and this Friday's (April 6th) projected forecast has forced us to move the pre-game celebration at Sun King Brewery inside! We welcome all-ages with open arms for this event. Oca at SKB will be open inside the brewery for snacks, sandwiches, and pizzas before the ride. 


Our community partners, Yelp Indy | The HandleBar | Freewheelin' Community Bikes | Nine13sports | Indy Criterium Bicycle Festival | Indy YMCA, will be hanging out in the brewery with some fun activities.


Our recently remodeled tap room has a ton of seating where you can eat and drink. We will have 20+ styles of beer to choose from, including newly released Indians Lager and Freedom Rock. Click here for the most up to date list.


The ride is still on course! Mayor Joe Hogsett is scheduled to lead the ride with a 6:15pm departure time. Here's a map of the 2018 Bike Route:


If you are planning on joining the second ride or walking to Victory Field, here is what that route will look like on the Cultural Trail.



IndyCog is hosting a complimentary Pedal and Park inside of Victory Field just off of the Maryland Street entrance. All bikes must be picked up by 10pm.  


Please keep in mind that parking at the brewery may be limited due to our shared parking lot. So please plan ahead (share a ride or bike!). Bike parking at the brewery will be in the South Parking Lot (off of Market Street). We will have signs up to direct you. Reminder: this will be unattended parking, so please be sure to bring a bike lock. Be sure to dress for the predicted colder weather. 


Thank you for joining us for the 8th Annual Bike to the Ballpark. If you still need to purchase tickets to the Indians Opening Night, the Indians have a 2 for 1 ticket deal! Purchase your game tickets here. There is a 60 degree day guarantee for the game!


If you have any questions, please email

7th Collect Your Tabs Contest benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities

Tuesday, April 03, 2018



It's that time of year again!  Time to start collecting your tabs for our 7th Annual Collect Your Tabs Contest, benefitting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana!


We challenge you to collect aluminum tabs of all types and turn them in for various SKB prizes. Join forces with your co-workers, family, and friends to collect as many aluminum tabs (beer, soda, energy drinks, canned water) as you can now until Saturday, July 14th, 2018.


All collected tabs can be turned in on Saturday, July 14th at either of our Sun King locations (Downtown Indy or Fishers Tap Room). Those who have participated will be awarded various Sun King prizes (see below). The bounty of collected tabs will be dropped off at the 14th Annual Pop Tab & Coin Drop on Monument Circle on Friday, July 20th (11am-2pm) and then the Ronald McDonald House recycle all collected tabs!


Why Should You Collect Can Tabs?

Not only is the can tab important for the purpose of opening your favorite Independent Beer, it is also a valuable resource that generates much-needed funds to cover the operating costs to run the Ronald McDonald House to support families in need. Don't forget to recycle your cans too - that is important for our environment!


  • What does the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana do?

    Nearly 5,000 families are served at the two houses each year while their children receive life-saving treatments at Indianapolis-area hospitals, including Riley Children's Hosiptal.  The Houses offer all of the comforts of home including restful places to sleep, spacious kitchens and dining rooms, play areas, a library, laundry facilities, and more.



    Volunteers from the community prepare home cooked meals for breakfast and dinner daily in our spacious kitchen and a well-stocked pantry provides staples for guests to prepare their favorite lunch or snack.


    With support from local McDonald’s owner/operators and community donors, RMHCCIN is also able to offer scholarships to high school seniors facing limited access to educational opportunities.



    Funds received from the recycled tabs adds up to $30-$50K annually. These funds go towards the operating costs of the Ronald McDonald House and will cover the costs of operating 3 rooms in the House for an entire year.


    How Can You Help?

    Help Sun King collect tabs by participating in the Save Your Tabs Challenge now until July 14th, 2018. Sun King will continue to collect tabs at various community events around town. Be sure to drop off your collected tabs on Saturday, July 14th, at either Sun King location. We will weigh your tabs and reward you with prizes, and then we’ll deliver the collective bounty of tabs to the Ronald McDonald House where it will go to help those in need.


    For more information and resources, please visit:



    Reminders: Please do not use plastic soda bottles or milk jugs because they’re hard to empty! Keep in mind if the tab sticks to a magnet, it cannot be used. Please check your tabs from soup and other cans - some are aluminum and can be used; others are steel and cannot.


    Fun Facts about Tabs:

  • 1 lbs = 1,267 Tabs
  • 1 inch = 1 pop tab
    1 foot = 12 pop tabs
    1 mile = 63,360 pop tabs


    Prizes are detailed below:

  • • 1 to 4.9 lbs: $5 Gift Card
  • • 5 to 9.9 lbs: $5 Gift Card and a SKB Pint Glass
  • • 10 to 19.9 lbs: $10 Gift Card
  • • 20 to 49.9 lbs: $10 Gift Card PLUS one entry in a drawing for a $100 SKB Gift Bag
  • • 50 to 99.9 lbs: $10 Gift Card, one entry for $100 SKB Gift Bag PLUS one entry in a drawing for a Private Brewery Tour/Tasting for up to 10 people
  • • 100+ lbs: $10 Gift Card, one entry for $100 SKB Gift Bag, one entry in a drawing for a Private Brewery Tour/Tasting for up to 10 people PLUS $25 Gift Card with access to the SKB Private Cellar (full of specialty cans not generally available).
  • If you want to feel even better about cracking open a can of Fresh•Local•Beer then please join in the fun and help Sun King and The Ronald McDonald House of Indiana help families in need.

  • For more information about the contest, please contact If you would like more information about the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, please visit:

  • Cooking with Sun King: SKB IPA Let's Do Brunch Recipe

    Thursday, March 29, 2018


    Sun King's Culinary Director, Steven Unrue, has prepared a three part series of recipes for the release of our year-round SKB IPA. We all know that you are supposed to eat three meals a day...Today's recipe is perfect for breakfast or brunch!



    Bagels and Lox

    Servings: 12 | Active Prep Time: 2 hrs | Total Time: Up to 3 Days


    For the Bagels:


    Starter Ingredients


    1/2 cup unbleached bread flour

    1/4 cup SKB IPA

    Pinch instant yeast


    Starter Directions

    Combine the starter ingredients in a medium-sized bowl, cover, and let rest at room temperature overnight.




    Dough Ingredients 


    4 cups unbleached bread flour 

    1 1/4 cups SKB IPA

    1 3/4 teaspoons salt

    1 1/2 teaspoons instant yeast


    Topping Ingredients

    1/4 cup everything bagel spice


    Bagel Directions


    1. To make the bagel dough:


    The next day, combine the starter with all of the dough ingredients and knead by hand, mixer, or bread machine to form a smooth, stiff buy not dry dough. Place in a lightly greased bowl, cover, and set aside to rise for 1 hour.


    Gently deflate the dough, and let it rise for another 30 minutes.


    Transfer the dough to an unclouded work surface and divide it into 12 pieces. Roll each into a smooth ball. Cover the balls with plastic wrap and let them rest 30 minutes. They'll puff up very slightly.


    While the dough is resting, prepare the water bath by heating the water and malt (or sugar) to a very gentle boil in a wide-diameter (about 10 inch) pan.


    Preheat your oven to 450 Degrees F.


    Water Bath Directions:

    Fill 10 inch pan with about 2 inches deep of water. 

    1 tablespoon non-diastatic malt powder or brown sugar.


    2. To shape the bagels:

    Use your index finger to poke a hold through the center of each ball, then twirl the dough on your finger to stretch the hole until it's about 2 inches in diameter (the entire bagel will be about 3 inches across). Place each bagel on a lightly or parchment-lined baking sheet, and repeat with the remaining pieces of dough.


    3. To boil the bagels:


    Transfer the bagels, three to four at a time if possible, to the simmering water. Increase the heat under the pan to bring the water back up to a gently simmering boil, if necessary. Cook the bagels for 2 minutes, flip them over, and cook 1 minute more. Using a skimmer or strainer, or the end of a wooden spoon, remove the bagels from the water and place them back on the baking sheet. Repeat with the remaining bagels.


    4. To bake the bagels:

    Bake the bagels for about 25 minutes, or until they're as deep brown as you like. To top with seeds, remove the bagels from the oven after about 15 minutes, spray with water, and sprinkle with the seeds. Return to the oven to finish.


    5. Remove the bagels from the oven and cool completely on a cooling rack.


    For the Lox:


    Lox Ingredients


    1 tablespoon coriander, crushed

    1 teaspoon crushed red pepper

    1/3 cup kosher salt

    1/3 cup sugar

    2-pound center-cut salmon fillet, skin on, cut in half crosswise

    1 bunch fresh cilantro

    3 tablespoons SKB IPA


    Lox Directions


    In a small bowl, combine the salt, sugar, coriander and red pepper.


    Line a baking dish with a large sheet of foil, leaving a few inches of overhang, and top with a piece of plastic wrap the same size. Place one piece of the salmon, skin-side down, in the dish; cover the fish evenly with the salt-sugar mixture, patting it down lightly.


    Lay the cilantro over the salmon and sprinkle with the SKB IPA. Top with the remaining piece of salmon, skin-side up, and with the thickest area of the top piece matched to the thinnest area of the bottom piece. Wrap tightly in the plastic wrap, then again in the foil; top with another backing dish, and weigh down with a few heavy cans. Refrigerate for 3 days, turning the salmon every 12 hours, basting between the fillets with the accumulated juices each time.


    When ready to serve, use a paper towel to scrape the cilantro and seasonings from the salmon. Transfer the salmon to a cutting board, and using a long, sharp knife held almost parallel to the board, slice diagonally to remove the skin. The gravlax can be refrigerated, tightly wrapped, for up to a week, or frozen for a month.


    Final Serving Ingredients


    Creme fraiche

    Sliced Red Onion

    Sliced Cucumber Coins


    To Serve


    Halve fresh bagels, spread each half with creme fraiche, layer lox, red onion, cucumber, and top with capers. Enjoy!




    SKB Community Partner Spotlight: Hoosier Environmental Council

    Wednesday, March 28, 2018



    Hoosier Environmental Council is the voice of the people for the environment in Indiana. In 2018, we are celebrating 35 years of advocating for cleaner air, pristine rivers and lakes, healthier communities, thriving wildlife, and more abundant forests in Indiana.


    You will find HEC at the Statehouse advocating for stronger environmental protections in our state or at a park along the free-flowing White River observing native bird species – and anywhere in between. April is known as Earth Month and you’ll find HEC all around Indiana educating Hoosiers about ways to be better environmental stewards. Check out our Calendar of Events to see when HEC will be near you.





    Of course, we’re especially excited about spending time with you at Sun King Brewing in April. Join us on April 5 to learn more about composting from Earth Mama Compost – and take home a bag of compost that includes Sun King spent grains. Then, as part of Aveda Earth Month, you won’t want to miss getting a chair massage or hand treatment (by donation) from Evan Todd Salon & Spa on April 26.


    It’s opportunities like these (among many other things!) that make us so grateful for our partnership with Sun King. Standing up for clean energy, sustainable agriculture, clean air and water, wildlife and their habitats, and environmental justice isn’t always a glamorous job. Doing it at a brewery gives us a chance to have some fun and meet cool people like you.




    Mounds Greenway

    One of HEC’s initiatives is the Mounds Greenway, a sustainable plan to conserve the free-flowing West Fork White River and its floodplain forests, wetlands and other natural communities. The result will be a high quality linear park following the river, creating a regional trail network connecting Muncie to Anderson, and eventually to Indianapolis. Check the HEC calendar for ways to learn more and explore.


    HEC Green Business

    Our partnership with Sun King started three years ago when we launched the HEC Green Business program. We carefully vet our HECGreenBiz partners to ensure that they share in our mission to help make Indiana a healthier, better place to live and do business. Sun King’s commitment to the Indianapolis community and to enriching the lives of Hoosiers makes them an important part of the sustainability movement in our state.


    Thank you, Sun King, for making our voice stronger as we advocate to protect our air, water, and land resources in Indiana!


    8th Annual Bike to the Ballpark w/ Indianapolis Indians on April 6th

    Tuesday, March 27, 2018



    Eight years ago we kicked off our very first Bike to the Ballpark for the Indianapolis Indians opener at Victory Field!


    A few new things are happening during this year's event.  First and foremost - the event will take place on a FRIDAY! Sun King will be hosting a pre-party celebration at our downtown Indy brewery location from 3pm-7pm.  All-ages are welcome to the free celebration. Indy's Mayor Joe Hogsett will continue the tradition of riding through downtown Indy to Victory Field for the Indians season opener against the Columbus Clippers.  

    We've scheduled two rides to Victory Field.  Although both rides are SOLD OUT, we do have a waiting list.  If you are interested in being placed on the waiting list, we ask that you register through IndyCog here:  ALL participants MUST register before they ride.


    IndyCog will provide valet bike parking in a designated location inside Victory Field, while you enjoy the game. Bike parking will end promptly at 10pm.


    DJ Mr. Kinetik will be kicking off the party by spinning tunes at 3pm. Grab some grub from Bub's Burgers & Ice CreamNacho Mama's Food Truck • Johnson's BBQ. Party ends at 7pm, however, our tap room will remain open during our normal business hours (10pm).  Join our bike community partners with their various planned activities: Yelp IndyNine13SportsThe YMCAIndy CritThe HandleBarFreewheelin' Community Bikes


    Important times:
    • Party at Sun King - 3pm - 7pm
    • Mayor Ride to Victory Field - 6:15pm
    • Cultural Trail Ride - 6:30-6:45pm (Strongly recommend for parents with children riding and/or inexperienced city riders!)
    • Pedal and Park ends at Victory Field - 10pm


    Don't forget to purchase your Indians game tickets: The pre-party is free, but you must have a ticket to the game to attend.  The Indians are currently running a 2 for 1 ticket special!

    Need a bike for the event? The Pacers Bike Share has you covered!



    Parking at the brewery will limited due to our shared parking lot. So please plan ahead! Please be sure to dress for the weather and thank you for joining us for the 8th Annual Bike to the Ballpark.  For more information about the event, please visit our Facebook Event:


    Because we live in the Midwest we all know how unpredictable Indiana "spring" weather! Our fingers are crossed that Mother Nature continues to be our good friend and that she will dish up some great weather for the event and the ride to Victory Field. The event is a rain or shine event, so keep checking back with us for updates as the event gets closer.


    If you have any questions, please email

    March is Red Cross Month

    Wednesday, March 14, 2018


    When you think of the American Red Cross, what do you think of? Do you think emergency preparedness plans? Disaster relief? CPR training? Installing and testing smoke alarms? Blood drives? If you answered yes to any of those questions you are right, the Red Cross does all that and so much more!


    The truth is, not many people really think about the Red Cross until they need help. But the Red Cross is constantly working, training and getting ready every day to act when you need them most - in a time of disaster. As one of our Community Partners, Sun King works closely with our friends at our Indiana Red Cross chapter. We love what they do so much we made March Red Cross month at Sun King! Instead of taking tips in our tap rooms downtown or in Fishers, our staff donates every penny to organizations we feel are doing the best work in Indianapolis. For all of March, our tip jar donations from our downtown and Fishers tasting rooms go directly to the Red Cross. On Community Give Back Thursdays, we donate $1 from every growler fill to the Red Cross. We even hosted a blood drive on at our brewery to kick the month off!



    With the unseasonal amount of flooding occurring in Northern Indiana, the Indiana Red Cross has been crucial in the relief and rebuilding efforts of these Hoosier communities. Due to their increased need and focus on the flooding in Northern Indiana, the Red Cross has been stretched thin and is in desperate need of blood and resources. To find out more information on how to donate money or blood to help support the Northern Indiana flooding relief please click here.



    It’s not just local, either. According to the Red Cross, someone in the U.S. needs blood every two seconds! Accident and burn victims, heart surgery and organ transplant patients, and those receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or sickle cell disease may all require blood. All blood types are needed. To make an appointment or to learn more, download the American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). The process is fast and easy, and you could save someone’s life! To find a local donation center close to you, click here!



    You can also head over to the Indiana the Red Cross (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) or Sun King social media handles to find out more cool facts and amazing work the Red Cross does in the whole state of Indiana. If you want to help, you can join the hundreds of thousands of people who have performed extraordinary acts of generosity so the American Red Cross can help those in need. The Indiana Red Cross truly is enriching the lives of Hoosiers, and we are proud partners and supporters of their mission.


    Sun King Downtown Indy Now Family Friendly

    Monday, March 05, 2018


    Family Friendly SKB Indy



    The discussion about going family friendly dates back to when we opened our Fishers Tap Room in 2015. We felt it was important to open that location as a family friendly destination because of the community that surrounds it, but when it came to our downtown location it wasn't such as simple... There were strong opinions on both sides of this issue and over the last year there has been a healthy and ongoing debate at our weekly leadership team meetings, but at the end of it all we decided family friendly was the right move for us. Many members of the Sun King Crew have families and want the ability to gather with friends in order to share the fruits of their labor, plus a lot of our earliest adopters were young people who have gone on to start families and could no longer visit our Indianapolis Tap Room. And finally, with our Carmel Distillery and Tap Room slated to open this summer and be family friendly, our Downtown Indianapolis Tap Room would be the outlier and our only location that wasn't family friendly, which we felt would be confusing.



    Anyone who has been coming to Sun King's Downtown Indianapolis Tap Room over the last 8+ years knows that the one thing you can count on is change. It all started with 12 taps, a few picnic tables, and people enjoying 3-ounce samples of beer and buying growlers to go. Over the years we have continued to invest in upgrades and change the way we operate in order to create a more enjoyable environment that now features 38 rotating taps, upgraded furniture, and the opportunity to enjoy a pint of beer while sitting adjacent to our brewery. Last year we undertook a complete refresh that was centered around the addition of OCA, a delicious food kiosk operated by the people who from Goose the Market and Smoking Goose. Now our guests can enjoy food and beer together at Indy's original Tap Room, something that was unthinkable only a few years ago!



    Our latest move to become family friendly is simply another step in our continual evolution, and we couldn't be happier about it. Breweries across the country are gathering places for community, and kids are a part of our community.



    Community Partner Spotlight: Circle City Donut Dash

    Monday, February 12, 2018




    The Circle City Donut Dash 5K, presented by American College of Education and benefiting Teachers’ Treasures, returns for a third year of tasty fun on Saturday, February 17.


    Not sure if the event is for you? Here are 6 reasons that could change your mind!


    1. 1. Free Long’s donuts! Thanks to event sponsor Farmers Insurance, everyone gets to enjoy tasty glazed Long’s donuts at the event after party.
    3. 2. The Donut Challenge. The 5K features two fun events, a standard 5K experience and the Donut Challenge, where participants attempt to down a dozen delicious glazed donut holes at the midpoint of the race. But don’t worry, those not up to the challenge still have plenty of access to donuts after the race.
    5. 3. Free Shopping Pass for ALL Teachers. As a race supporting Marion County teachers and kids, teachers are highly encouraged to take part in the race--especially those from school systems not traditionally shopping eligible. ALL teachers who register for the race can use code TEACHERS to take $5 off their registration. In addition, they’ll receive a shopping pass to use at Teachers’ Treasures on a later date.
    7. 4. Crazy donut attire. From donut leggings to jewelry, this is a chance to rock your love of donuts with the craziest attire you can find. Three Best Dressed awards will be presented after the race, including Best Dressed Individual, Best Dressed Team, and Best Dressed Teacher Team. The winning Teacher Team will receive coffee and donuts delivered to their school courtesy of Farmers Insurance.
    9. 5. Complimentary Sun King! Sun King has been a generous partner for the past three years, bringing a special coffee-infused beer to pair with your donut. All participants 21 & up (and who have their ID on hand) will receive a complimentary pint to celebrate the end of the race.
    11. 6. Supporting Indianapolis teachers and kids in need. Every registration goes to support Teachers’ Treasures, a non-profit that obtains and distributes school supplies free to teachers of students in need. Every day countless Marion County students struggle with access to basic school supplies like pencils and paper, often relying on teachers to help get them the tools they need to succeed. Over 100,000 kids are impacted by Teachers’ Treasures each year.


    Ready to sweeten your February with a little donut fun?


    Regular Registration is $35 through February 16. Day of Registration is $40, but those who bring a school supply donation will receive $5 off.


    Get all the details and register here .



    Community Fitness February at Sun King

    Friday, February 09, 2018



    Its February and you are now one month through the new year, new you campaign. You survived the January detox and now are looking for some February fitness . Well luckily for you Sun King has just the recipe to reward you for surviving the detox and help you reach peak fitness!


    Sun King is hosting community fitness classes at our downtown tasting room. These classes will last just around an hour, and will feature a rotating array of trainers and workouts! Tickets are $10 per session and can be found online or via the events tab on the Sun King Facebook page. The proceeds of your tickets will not only get you a quality workout class but will also be donated to local Indianapolis charities to provide opportunities to make sure everyone has a great 2018! Act fast because these events are capped at 50 attendees; tickets will be gone faster than winter sunlight. Can't get a ticket to a class?


    Don't fret! Sun King will be hosting community fitness events every Saturday from now until March. Each month a new trainer or studio will be joining Sun King for new classes. Rotating fitness classes like our beer selection will ensure no Saturday will be the same!


    February’s classes will feature two Sun King favorites, Naptown Fitness and Invoke Studio! Doors open at 9 with classes starting at 9:30 and running until 10:15. All classes will take place at the Sun King downtown tasting room. Directions to our downtown tasting room can be found here.


    This Month:

    02/10/18 Community Fitness at Sun King- Invoke Studio

    Join Invoke Studio for Yoga at Sun King Brewery! These hour long classes will begin promptly at 9:30am, with doors opening for the event at 9:00am. Please bring your own mat. Invoke instructors will lead an all-levels yoga class in the tasting room. All proceeds benefit Every Dog Counts.


    02/17/18 Community Fitness at Sun King -Naptown Fitness

    Come burn off some calories in preparation for Super Bowl Sunday with Sun King and Naptown Studio! Coach Kendra Goranson from NapTown Fitness will lead you through a fun 45-minute SWIFT workout. SWIFT is a NapTown Fitness program that stands for Sweat with Indy for Time. This boot camp style bodyweight workout is sure to get your Saturday morning started off the right way. All proceeds benefit Growing Places Indy.

    Give Back Thursday & February Donation Jars

    Thursday, February 08, 2018






    Sun King is invested in giving back to the Indianapolis community we share with our loyal fans and friends. As always, we stay true to a variety of causes, good beer and active community involvement. Each month, on top of our already famous donation jar givebacks, we have revamped our #GiveBackThursday initiative. This year, a new organization will receive $1 back from every growler fill, every Thursday of the month. On top of that, on two Thursdays a month, our selected partners will activate our tasting room with a mission-focused activity and receive $1 from every pint sold in our taproom that evening. This month, we’re highlighting School on Wheels.


    School on Wheels provides one-on-one tutoring and educational advocacy to school-aged children impacted by homelessness. Their vision is to break the cycle of homelessness for these children by equipping their entire family with the educational tools necessary to achieve success in life.


    Join School on Wheels for a #SharetheLoveIndy Encouragement night at Sun King on Thursday, February 8 from 5-7:30 pm. Homelessness is hard at any age. While School on Wheels tutors and staff offer support to all their kiddos during the tutoring hour, additional inspiration goes a long way. Bring positive thoughts and words of encouragement, and we’ll provide the art supplies. You’ll have the opportunity to write notes of affirmation that will be placed in kids’ backpacks and be handed out during tutoring. You can also make Valentines to give to your friends and family while you learn more about how YOU can help break the cycle of homelessness through education.


    Thursday, February 22 School on Wheels, in partnership with Half Full Nelson, (link to will bring a Virtual Reality exhibit to Sun King that lets you experience one homeless child’s after-school routine. Callie, a first grader and School on Wheels student, will take you on a tour of what she does the moment she steps off the bus until it’s lights out at her shelter. Callie’s reality is something over 5,000 children in Marion County experience each year, and School on Wheels will give you ways you can help them break the cycle of homelessness through education.



    February Donation Jars


    Each month, both of our downtown and Fishers tasting rooms highlight different organizations to benefit from the donation jars at each location. Instead of taking tips, we wanted to give our great fans the opportunity to invest in the betterment of the Indianapolis community while quenching their thirst for beer, because, without the Indianapolis community, we don't know where we would be today.


    Throughout February, Child Advocates and Outreach Inc will benefit from our downtown locations donation jars. At our Fishers location, Food Rescue and Prevail will benefit. A further description for each organization can be found below. Come share a beer with us and these amazing organizations this February!


    Indy Donation Feb. 1st-15th (Child Advocates)

    Child Advocates, formerly known as the Guardian Ad Litem Project, was founded by the Indianapolis Section of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) in 1982, because NCJW and the courts recognized the need for abused and neglected children to have independent representation. In 1988, NCJW turned over the Guardian Ad Litem Project to the Indianapolis Legal Aid Society. In 1982 the project was incorporated as Child Advocates, Inc. and became a stand-alone agency.Child advocates number one goal is to provide independent, child-focused representation to every child who has suffered abuse and/or neglect. Child Advocates is the only agency to hold contract with the Indianapolis Juvenile Court to provide this service.


    Fishers Donation Feb. 1st-15th (Food Rescue)

    Prior generations are responsible for the current mindsets and policies regarding food waste in America. Food Rescue believes the best hope to solve the food waste crisis, (the crisis of having an abundance while ignoring those in need and potential environmental damage caused by food waste) is to engage future generations through education and leadership development. Our K-12 Food Rescue Program in 500 schools addresses the estimated 1 billion Unwanted, Unpeeled, and Unwrapped food items wasted annually in America, and simultaneously engages students to lead us out of the mess through our Student Leader Entrepreneurial Initiative, or S.L.E.I. for short. (Pronounced SLAY). Food Rescue is actively seeking High School student leaders to become the face of the school food waste issue, and subsequently lead our country into a new mindset. Food is not trash!


    Indy Donation Feb. 16th-End of month (Outreach Inc.)

    Outreach is a faith-based nonprofit organization in Indianapolis, Indiana, that reaches out to homeless young men and women (14-24) with the compassion of Jesus Christ. Their goal is to equip and empower these at-risk young people to achieve stability and life transformation.Homeless youth come to Outreach when they have hit rock bottom. Abandoned, abused, and forgotten, they live on friends’ couches, in shelters, hotel rooms, abandoned buildings, even the street. Many hope they can just make it to tomorrow, much less dream about graduating from high school or going to college. They are isolated, alone, and at a crossroads.

    Fishers Donation Feb. 16th-End of month (Prevail)

    Prevail, Inc. educates and engages the community to prevent crime and abuse while helping restore the lives of those who have been affected. Our community is safe; however, when crime and abuse occur, our response is compassionate and restorative. Prevail believes in the power of education, awareness and empowerment. With integrity and leadership, Prevail sets out to carry out its mission.