INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Indy Gears Up For Unique Beer Fest

2013-09-25T14:57:00Z 2013-09-26T17:02:10Z INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS: Indy Gears Up For Unique Beer FestGerry Dick Inside Indiana Business
September 25, 2013 2:57 pm  • 

Indianapolis-based Sun King Brewing Co. says this weekend's inaugural CANvitational on Georgia Street is another sign of validation for the state's growing craft brewing industry. The Saturday event, billed as the Midwest's first-ever canned craft beer festival, will feature 30 craft breweries representing 16 states, including California and Hawaii. Sun King Vice President of Sales Matt Clapesattle says it will be a chance to experience what he terms a "canning renaissance" in the craft brew industry.


Longtime Company Could Close Its Doors

CMW International Inc. says if a buyer is not found, it intends to close its Indianapolis plant. In a notice to the state, the specialty metals company says the potential move would affect 100 employees.


Pacers Make George Extension Official

Indiana Pacers President of Basketball Operations Larry Bird says the team is "all in" with its top players after reaching an agreement on a multi-year contract extension with Paul George. The NBA's 2012-2013 Most Improved Player was set to become a free agent after the upcoming season. Bird will be a guest on this week's edition of Inside INdiana Business Television.


Notre Dame Touts New Telescope

The University of Notre Dame says its newly-installed telescope will create a "cutting-edge" research experience. The school says the Sarah L. Krizmanich Telescope is one of the largest in the state.


Indiana Housing Market Continues to Climb

The Indiana Association of Realtors says the number of closed home sales in the state has risen again. The group is reporting a 13 percent increase in August, compared to the same period last year.


Grants to Fund Airport Improvements

Fort Wayne International Airport has received nearly $3 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration. The funding will support a new access road and the purchase of mowing and snow removal equipment.


New Technology Aims to Help First Responders

Purdue University researchers have developed technology they say will help prepare first responders by analyzing high-volume crime and disaster areas. The developers say the Visual Analytics Law Enforcement Toolkit will allow organizations to more effectively allocate resources.


Midwest Fashion Week Canceled

Organizers of Midwest Fashion Week in Indianapolis say this year's edition has been canceled. Founder Berny Martin says the next event is still scheduled for March 2014.


Volunteer Organization Names CEO

Volunteers of America of Indiana Inc. has named William Raihl chief executive officer. He currently serves as chief advancement officer for Volunteers of America Western Washington. Raihl will oversee more than a dozen social service programs throughout the state.


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