Find Your New Favorite Indiana Beer

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Dorian Stout, Scarlet Lane Brewing, McCordsville
Dorian Stout, Scarlet Lane Brewing, McCordsville

If you like Wee Mac by Sun King, try … Floyd’s Folly by Cutters.

Both malty Scottish ales have caramel and chocolate flavors, but the Cutters brew isn’t quite as sweet.


If you like Lacto-Matic Milk Stout by Flat12, try … Dorian Stout by Scarlet Lane.

With wisps of toasted coconut in both aroma and flavor, Dorian tastes surprisingly light for a stout. It’s actually better than Flat12’s popular version.


If you like Superfly IPA by Oaken Barrel, try … Saucy Intruder by Black Acre.

The latter is a rye IPA rather than a standard IPA, and it’s a bit thicker than Oaken Barrel’s best-in-market version. But both balance the hops extremely well.


If you like the Wheat Ale by Upland, try … Hefeweizen by Twenty Below.

Unfiltered wheats like the Hefe may look cloudy, but this one is a clear winner among the new batch of yeasty varieties.


If you like Sunlight Cream Ale by Sun King, try … Blau Machen Pilsner by Outliers.

Both are great lawn-mowing beers on a sunny day, and you won’t sweat the slightly hoppy flavor in the Outliers version.


If you like Tripel de Ripple by Brugge, try … Exemption by Taxman.

Brugge’s version is known for its white-fruit and white-wine flavors, while Taxman’s Tripel carries sweeter notes like citrus fruit. Both outstanding.

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