We’re pleased to announce another exciting brewery lineup for 2019 featuring fresh packaging formats, new brands, and select fan favorites that are becoming more widely available.
We’re honored to announce our Raspberry sour ale was awarded Gold in the American-Style Sour Ale category at the World Beer Cup in Nashville, TN on May 3, 2018, wrapping up the Craft Brewers Conference at Music City Center. The World Beer Cup, developed by the Brewers Association in 1996, is the most prestigious bi-annual beer […]
Our new collaboration beer with Cascade Brewing. Pearpawsterous represents a blending of our two programs featuring local fruits from both Indiana and Oregon and their individual house cultures. “We are very excited to share our collaboration with Cascade with beer drinkers across the country. Pearpawsterous is everything you would expect from two of America’s most experienced wood-aged […]
Beer and chocolate are both amazing on their own. But we partnered with local chocolatier, BLU Boy, and put them together for a divine experience. The first collaborative chocolate features the fruity jam from our Iridescent sour ale.
Beginning the first full week of March, fans out west can find Upland Sour Ales in Colorado.
A limited quantity of early bird General Admission tickets are on sale now for $50 and will be available until they run out.
Holiday Sour Packs are available at all Upland locations this season! Make sure your holiday party hostess is the mostess with a gift of wood-aged sour ales. Lear more about the beers below and pick up your pack today for $50.
We’re excited to be bringing our sours to Michigan, our Northern neighbors. If you’re in the area, please stop by any of these launch events to meet the Upland crew and share great beer. Love what we brought to Michigan? Pop on I-65 S and visit us at the Wood Shop in Bloomington for a […]
Whether you dabbled in sour ales for the first time this summer and want to learn more or you’re dropping off your IU student and looking for some adventure of your own, a tour and tasting should be on your to-do list.