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The Tap

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4 Best Bar Patios To Get Lit Before The Fireworks Do

When the great Fourth of July land grab begins around nightfall, you’ll already be sitting pretty.

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Oktoberfest On Tap

Oktoberfest, the annual German celebration of beer and merriment held from late September through the first week of October, is upon us. If you’re looking to celebrate without leaving the Circle City, here’s our roundup of local breweries who have brewed up Bavarian beer. Prost!Saint Joseph Brewery: The Saint Joeberfest at Saint Joseph Brewery is […]

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Swoon List: The Taco Shop, The Tap, And More

A taco feast and sour beer tops this week’s dining bucket list.

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The New Downtown: Insider Tips for Winning the Weekend

Order secret cocktails. Ditch the sports crowd. Find an instant squad. A few insider tips for winning the weekend in downtown Indianapolis.

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Eat Sheet: The Tap, Market District, and More

Indy dining news this week features The Tap’s downtown location, Carmel’s Market District, and a new grilled cheese bistro opening in City Market.

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Our Pint Glass Overfloweth

A few years ago, the biggest menu of suds in Indy was 60 taps. There are almost 500 between the four of these new bars.

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Making the Rounds at the Bloomington Craft Beer Festival

How to drink up the Bloomington Brewfest.

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Street Savvy: Bloomington

Just west of the courthouse square, grown-up Bloomington (and one fun spot for kids) awaits.

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NEW IN TOWN: The Tap Beer Bar

Bloomington is making room for its newest beer spot, The Tap (101 N. College Ave., Bloomington). The craft beer bar recently opened on the college town’s downtown square, offering 50 daily rotating taps and around 500 bottled beers. That’s a lot of options, but owner Nathan Finney hopes the concept will appeal to craft beer connoisseurs as well as novice sippers (a demo he believes has been underserved). New to beer or just overwhelmed by the whopping menu that ranges from cream ale to quadrupel? The servers are loaded with beer knowledge and willing to help you choose something.

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