18th Street Brewery
Drew Fox, owner of 18th Street Brewery in Gary, discusses the equipment and operational upgrades his microbrewery is currently undertaking.
MUNSTER | Northwest Indiana has the best craft beer in the state, and some of the best in the world, according to a popular beer ranking website.
As we brace for yet another round of the polar vortex, why not whip up a batch of chili to put some spice in your routine? --- Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
A bite-and-sip warm-up party in the gallery at South Shore Arts on Tuesday, white sale extraordinaire at Tabor Hill and 18th Street successfully roasts a pig in spite of lake effect snow. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Snow showers are forecast but this is one big weekend for eating and drinking around the Lake from Indiana to St. Joe and probably beyond, but let’s not get ridiculous!---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Beer tourists soon will start pouring off buses and into local craft breweries in Crown Point, Gary and Michigan City.
GARY | The 18th Street Brewery in the Miller Beach neighborhood is one step closer to opening later this summer.
GARY | Fresh craft beers on tap should begin flowing later this summer in Gary.
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