Dribs and Drams

Here are some major things to do the rest of this month:

Oct 24 Carmel Brocktoberfest at the Brockway Public House. 4-11pm. $25.
Oct 24 Indianapolis Great Fermentations 20th anniversary party. 3pm-??. Please RSVP.
Oct 24 Noblesville Beards and Brews. Noon-4pm.
Oct 24 Portage Portage Brewfest. Noon-4pm. $35-$70.
Oct 24
Valparaiso OAKtoberfest at Taltree Arboretum & Gardens. With beer pairings from Third Coast Spice Café $55. 2-5pm.
Oct 25 Bloomington
Upland Sours tours. Free. No reservations needed. 3, 4, and 5pm.
Oct 29-31 Indianapolis Indy Brewery Collectibles Show
Wyndham Hotel West. Free to punters.
Oct 31 Valparaiso Feast of Brews beer dinner Sage Restaurant. with Four Fathers Beers. 7pm. $50.

Rita tells us about Indiana breweries supporting charities Pink Ribbon and Cheers for Charity.
She also looks at Rock Bottom north Indy, Mad Anthony of Fort Wayne, and Oaken Barrel of Greenwood. Plus there's more news.

Rita's Nuvo column this week looks at Big Lug Canteen, Great Fermentations's 20-year anniversary.

Rick Castner of Indy Beer Sleuth wants to see a Indiana Craft Beer Week next year. Haven't had one since 2008.
Roger passes on that Akasha Brewing Co. in Louisville has opened.

Ryan and Jennifer Fox wax about Mad Anthony's Oktobeerfest.

Eric Strader says "Goshen Brewing Company welcomes members of Goshen Homebrew Club into the brewhouse."

Other random stuff:

Regulators Probing AB InBev Over Allegations Of Pushing Out Craft Brewers By Buying Distributors

There's a bill, finally, in PA that would allow licensed grocery stores to sell wine and beer. Maybe they'll get rid of the state monopoly sometime.

16 Delicious Facts About Guinness

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