Happy Hour: Burnside Inn, St. Elmo, And More

What and where you’ll find us drinking this week.

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Happy Hour: Our weekly roundup of all of our favorite drinks that we’re enjoying around town. Come along and imbibe with us.

The Old Burnside Mule at Burnside Inn (314 Mass Ave.)—the original copper-mug chiller made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime.

The Old Burnside, conveniently available at the Burnside Inn

Julia Spalding

St. Elmo Steak House (127 S. Illinois St., 317-635-0636) presents Pop’s Old Fashioned: Knob Creek Rye combined with Jerry Thomas bitters and finished with an orange peel and a hint of Angostura bark.

Pop’s Old Fashioned from St. Elmo Steak House

Joseph Ball

Central State Brewery (4001 E. 26th St.) has created King Billy, a gin-inspired farmhouse ale, available on draft from Kuma’s Corner (1127 Prospect St., 317-929-1287).

King Billy, a gin-inspired farmhouse ale by Central State Brewing

Joseph Ball

Hazy and fruity Cecil IPA from newly opened Moontown Brewing (345 S. Bowers St., Whitestown, 317-769-3880).

The Cecil IPA from Moontown Brewing

Michael Rubino

 

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