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Indiana spirits

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Introducing Hotel Tango Farms

“Once the seeds were in the ground, it was pretty amazing to watch Mother Nature take over.”

Blue Ivy gin cocktail
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Blue Ivy

Garnish with orange peel and serve.

Wallow Be Thy Name moonshine cocktail
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Wallow Be Thy Name

Garnish with banana wedge and serve.

Rye Tai whiskey cocktail
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Rye Tai

Pour into a rocks glass with fresh ice.

Angels vodka cocktail
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Angels

Garnish with peel and serve.

Bottle of cinnamon vodka
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Hard Truth Distillery

The new location will also offer tours, a Big Woods restaurant with what must be one of Brown County’s most sweeping porches, and a welcome center/tasting room.

Taking a sample at Bear Wallow Distillery.
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Bear Wallow Distillery

“We call ourselves the first legal still in Brown County.”

The production line at Cardinal Spirits.
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Cardinal Spirits

I’m pleased to see the diversity we get. Young people are discovering spirits, and the older generation is rediscovering well-made and executed cocktails.”

The bar inside West Fork Whiskey.
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West Fork Whiskey Co.

“Well, they get most of their grain from Indiana. And we’re on the same aquifer. So we’re like, ‘Well, what about us?’ Our mission statement is to be the first international whiskey distiller from Indiana.”

Exterior of Sun King Spirits
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Sun King Spirits

“I went to Moonshine University in Louisville.”

Products from 8th Day Distillery
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8th Day Distillery

“A lot of people haven’t been over to the near-east side lately. It’s fun to show them how much it’s changed and what’s going on.”

The barrel room of Hotel Tango.
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Hotel Tango

“We love Indianapolis. We’re not going anywhere.”

An employee tastes a sample in 1205
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1205 Distillery

“It felt like going into business with my younger brother.”

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