Brian Gootee began Gray Goat in 2003 when he purchased the bicycle shop he was working at in Indianapolis. Selling bikes, parts, accessories, and apparel, Gray Goat quickly became local cyclists’ one stop shop.
We’re bringing the party of a Munich biergarten to Bloomington with a festive Oktoberfest celebration on Saturday, September 8th at the Upland Bloomington Brewpub. Ready, set. . . PROST!
While every beer we brew includes hops, and some feature them quite prominently, the annual hop harvest offers a rare opportunity to use farm fresh hops in their purest form. Working directly with local Indiana farmers, the Upland team is able to showcase a fresh, “wet hopped” character that can only be achieved by delivering hops directly from the bine to the brewhouse.
This year, The Hub and Upland turn 20, and we are celebrating together! At The Hub, we know having a community is one of the most important aspects of alleviating the stresses of poverty. Local businesses contribute to building a healthy community through the choices they make- from where they purchase food to how they support their staff.
“The space felt like home the moment we found it — surrounded by art, music, history, and quick access to the cultural trail for cycling around the city.” said David Bower, Upland Chief Growth Officer
Last week, we were lucky enough to provide beer for Customer Night at A1 Cyclery, a small bicycle shop on Indianapolis’s west side. This place was awesome, with a huge selection of bicycles and accessories, and a super friendly staff that really knows their stuff! A1 also has a “re-cyclery” that considers your specific needs […]