“honoring the spirit of these people & this place”
Upland’s rich history dates all the way back to 1998. We basically took traditional recipes and made them a little more awesome. During that process, we came up with our own recipes…all rooted with inspiration from beer and good friends. We love providing a fresh local option to our communities. Along the way, we’ve made lots of good friends and drank more beer than we’d like to admit, all while trying to do good deeds in our communities and do well as a craft brewery. The name “Upland” comes from the Norman and Crawford Uplands, the term geologists gave to our area of southern Indiana, which was never overrun by the glaciers that flattened much of Indiana’s landscape. The raised highlands or “uplands” remained untouched, resulting in a region of rugged, heavily wooded hills and hollows. The land was beautiful but poor, and life was not easy for early settlers. This adversity bred independent thinkers who had strong wills, a connection to the land, and a wry sense of humor about life. Our approach to brewing beer honors the spirit of these people and this place. That’s our story in a nutshell, but if you want to really know what we’re about, drink our beers! To adapt an old saying, “a taste is worth a thousand words.” You can find our beer in bottles and on draught throughout Indiana, Ohio, Louisville, KY, and southern Wisconsin. Also stop in at our Bloomington Brew Pub, Indy Tasting Room, Carmel Tap House or find us at your favorite restaurant, pub, festivals and other fun events. We love the world we live in. Period. We love our community, we love nature, and we love celebrating our culture. This love makes it a no-brainer to locally source ingredients and materials used at all of our locations as much as we can. We eat locally, we support local musicians and artists, and we make it a point to help raise money for local nonprofits. It is our goal to minimize impact on the beautiful land we call home by conserving energy in the brewery and utilizing a solar water-heating system. Every fall the brewery hosts the Hillbilly Haiku Americana Concert, bringing in local, regional, and national touring musicians for an outdoor concert to raise money for Sycamore Land Trust. We also donate a percentage of the profit from every keg of Preservation Pilsner to a land trust in the area where the keg was tapped.
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