Evansville Brewery Guide
Beer and breweries have been a part of Evansville’s history since the early 1800s. If you’re seeking a delicious local beer, here are the unique breweries serving up craft brews across our region.
Turoni's Main Street Brewery is Evansville's oldest microbrewery in continuous operation. They offer a wide range of ales, lagers and specialty beers that pair perfectly with their delicious pizza, a known favorite in the Evansville area. You’ll always find six featured draft taps of cold, craft beer: their two flagships, the Honey Blonde Ale and the Thunderbolt Red Ale, and four rotating taps to keep you guessing.
Haynie’s Corner Brewing Company is located downtown in the heart of the Haynie’s Corner Arts District. The local microbrewery was founded six years ago and features its own rotating craft beers as well a variety of guest brews, wines and liquors. Find a spot in the art-filled taproom where you can enjoy something to eat from a local restaurant or food truck and play a board game or two. Weekly Thursday live trivia, monthly Irish Jam Band, and the annual Holiday Pop-Up series are just a few of their most popular events. HCBC is a neighborhood treasure, plus its dog friendly and woman owned!
Myriad Brewing Company proudly brews their beers in downtown Evansville as well, and just opened a second taproom in Newburgh. Both locations have great patio space and ample indoor seating for you to grab a spot and try one of their house brews. They carry several wines and spirits, too. There’s no in-house kitchen, but you can bring food with you, have some delivered, or check out their wide variety of food trucks on location from all over the region like Cousin Maine’s Lobster, Two Farmers Burgers & Beignets, and Papa Bears. Look out for fun monthly events like the Adult Coloring Contest and Doughnuts and Drafts. Oh, and kids are welcome on both patios and inside their Newburgh location, and their beer is woman brewed!
Damsel Brew Pub is a family friendly micro-brewery and restaurant near Franklin Street on Evansville’s west side. They serve hand crafted beer, chef-inspired pub fare, and host events, games and more. Be sure to check out their $3 pint special of the day or create your own 5 oz flight, and for a real head banging time, keep on eye on their Facebook page so you dont miss the next band that will melt your face off.
Lastly, Kant Brewing Company just opened this year in Fort Branch. They’re currently open Friday through Sunday, are family and dog friendly, and welcome food from all local businesses.