We’re excited to announce that the grand opening of Upland Fountain Square will be August 1st! Our first brewery in Indianapolis will be all ages and include a full food menu, outdoor patio, and bike shop. “We’re thrilled to join the neighborhood with a brand new concept that truly captures what Upland is all about — award-winning beer, locally-focused food, outdoor adventure, local art, and more!” Said David Bower, President. Check out everything you need to know about the new location below and RSVP for our grand opening here.
- The small-batch brewery allows for experimentation as well as barrel-aging. Our brewers are excited to try some new recipes and create variants of Upland favorites. Keep an eye out for plenty of special releases coming from our brewing team.
- The bar holds twenty-six taps with twenty-two Upland lines containing year-round classics, sour ales, barrel-aged beers, and kombucha. The remaining taps include rotating wine, coffee, and craft cocktails that can be enjoyed year-round.
- A dog-friendly beer garden located on the corner of Morris and Prospect Street features plenty of outdoor seating and a walk-up bar accessed through a garage-style door.
- Open daily for lunch at 11 am, expect a locally-focused menu of spirited pub classics. The menu features fan favorites such as the Bad Elmer’s Burger and Spinach & Dip. However, an innovative menu including plenty of local fare is sure to leave you satisfied. Brunch will be served from 11 am – 2 pm every Saturday & Sunday. Get a beermosa with one of our brunch staples, perfect for getting your day started or for after your morning bike ride.
- Gray Goat Bicycle Co.’s bike shop is what makes FSQ truly unique. Fully operated by Gray Goat, this shop will feature cycling apparel and merchandise, as well as a repair station. Your one stop shop for all of your cycling needs! You can bring your two-wheeler in for a tune-up and grab a pint while you wait. For more info on this partnership, check out our blog on it here.
- Located just a block away from the Cultural Trail, our newest location is easily accessible by foot, bike, or car. Parking is available on both sides of the building: off of Morris Street before the patio, and off of Prospect Street just past the building.
- The beloved mural facing Morris Street has been commissioned to be revived by the FAB crew. Inside you’ll find another mural painted by local artist Emily Gable and designed by a mysterious Portland, OR-based artist. The mural design is based on the beer label for an upcoming collaboration between us and the artist, stay tuned for a September release!