The definitive list of what’s happening at the brewery.
“The Wallens have brought their close-knit harmony vocals and storytelling to Australia, Europe, and across the US at events like the Telluride Blues Fest. Originally hailing from Kentucky, Molly is a classically-trained vocalist and percussionist with experience in opera and bluegrass alike. Hoosier guitarist/vocalist Brian Keith Wallen won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge and was also named “Artist of the Year” by the Starr-Gennett Foundation.
Incorporating elements of blues, bluegrass, gospel, and folk, their combined influences range from acoustic favorites like Jason Isbell and John Prine to the guitar-driven blues of John Mayer and Bonnie Raitt. Whether at a house concert, festival, or brewpub, their foot-stomping energy brings a fresh dimension to roots music.” -The Wallens bio
Join us for our free Wednesday Music Series! Crooked Root is melding roots music; (singer/songwriter, blues, country and R&B) into a recognizable yet refreshing and memorable direction. Their goal: create and perform music that refreshes the soul! Crooked Root is Joe Ferguson vocal/harmonica, Matt Landon vocal/guitar, Eric Busch percussion and Billy LaValley songwriter/bass.
Is it folk music with a little extra groove, or is it bluegrass music with righteous rock beats? Regardless of description, The Tumbleweed Jumpers are a monster of a folk-rock-Americana band–a bristling, roaring, dancing, skipping, jamming monster full of infectious melodies, and we’re brewing a beer in honor of this amazing group. Join us for the Tumblewheat IPA release, (this time a variant with peach and ginger!) and a great show!
Here Nor There is a multi-genre four-piece band based in Indiana. Their catalogue features rock-funk-bluegrass and much, much more in both original music and covers.
Join us for Sunday evening music on the lawn, courtesy of The Fury!
From their bio: “The Fury is a straight ahead, honest American rock and roll band from the heartland. Fueled by raw emotion and high energy riffs, they are often compared stylistically to the bluesy bands of the late 60s and 70s. The Fury blazes a new trail with a fresh, modern approach to a style reminiscent of bands like Free, Cream, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, Mountain and more recently Rival Sons.”