Craft distilleries are a trend not only in Indiana but across the entire country. While they are not yet as prominent as wineries or breweries in the state, they are certainly becoming more common among emerging businesses in the alcohol industry. Distilleries are using locally grown products to create their spirits, and consumers are looking to support their efforts. From sweet corn whiskey to limoncello, we want you to experience the unique and delicious craft spirits that are being distilled in all corners of the state.
To help you do just that, Indiana Grown has created our very own Distillery Trail featuring 18 of our member distilleries. Not only are the distilleries members of Indiana Grown but so are many of the farms growing the ingredients used in production, which creates a unique collaboration from grain to glass.
How it Works
Download your own copy of the Indiana Grown Distillery Trail. Get a stamp at each location and return the completed map by mail to:
Indiana State Department of Agriculture
Attn: Indiana Grown
One N. Capitol Ave. Suite 600
Indianapolis, IN 46204
You will receive a custom Indiana Grown coaster as a thank you for supporting local!
Don’t forget to share your photos and stories with us on social media and be sure to tag us on Facebook (@IndianaGrown), Twitter (@Indiana_Grown) and Instagram (@indiana_grown).
This trail only represents Indiana Grown member distilleries and is not an exhaustive list of distilleries in Indiana.
As new members join the Indiana Grown Distillery Trail, we will post updates periodically, however, all versions of completed maps will be accepted.
Participants may visit any location to receive a stamp for those distilleries denoted as having multiple locations. There is no time limit to complete the trail.
The distilleries that are listed may have altered business hours and operations due to COVID-19. We recommend confirming this with the business before visiting. Please also maintain social distancing and practice other recommended safety precautions when visiting with member locations.
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