Happy Hour: Livery, MashCraft Brewing, 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.

Livery (720 N. College Ave., 317-383-0330) mixes a gingery, incendiary Soledad Fire, made with coconut, pineapple, lime, and jalapeño shaken with Montelobos mezcal. It’s poured into a glass rimmed with the essence of barbecue potato chips.

Livery’s Soledad Fire

Julia Spalding

The Oceanaire Seafood Room (30 S. Meridian St., 317-955-2277) shakes up a bracingly chilly Aviation, sipped oyster-side at the bar.

Aviation from The Oceanaire. Perfect accompaniment with a plate of oysters

Julia Spalding

Last Light, a perfectly refreshing blood-orange IPA, on tap at MashCraft Brewing’s new Fishers location (11069 Allisonville Rd., 317-863-5165).

Last Light, a blood orange IPA, by MashCraft Brewing

Laura Kruty

 

The perfectly sweet and delectable Al Capunch from Taxman Fortville (29 S. Main St., Fortville, 317-482-1272) made with Starlight Vodka, orange, blackberry, strawberry, lemon, and white vermouth.

Taxman’s Al Capunch, a delicious mixture of vodka and fruit

Megan Maguire

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