Bier Brewery Announces New Expansion into Noblesville

Bier Brewery Announces New Expansion into Noblesville
September 13, 2022
Noblesville Economic Development

NOBLESVILLE, IN (Sept. 1, 2022) – Bier Brewery has been working with the City of Noblesville to open a new 6,000 square foot taproom at 1618 S. 10th Street in Noblesville. Located on 4 acres of property, the new family-friendly establishment will serve BIER, wine, cider, cold brew coffee, wine slushies and food.

The plan includes a dog park, kids’ playground, covered outdoor seating, a private room, and a large outdoor green space with bike access to the Allisonville Road Trail. It will have a focus on working with the community, local farmers and sustainable environmental practices throughout the operation. The space also will be welcoming to be used as a coworking office space with plenty of room to accommodate staff, guests and families.

“Bier Brewery is known for its quality and taste and I know their commitment to excellence will make them a success in Noblesville,” said Mayor Chris Jensen. “Our administration has invested heavily into our city’s gateways, including a new trail and road improvements along the South Tenth Street corridor. I’m excited for our residents to have Bier Brewery as a new dining and recreation option in this area of the community.” This will be the third and largest location for Bier Brewery, which also has taprooms at 5133 East 65th St. in Indianapolis and 13720 North Meridian St. in Carmel. This is a multi-million dollar investment for Bier Brewery to complete the project.

“We are very excited to be adding our third location in Noblesville,” said Ryan Connor, Director of Sales and Distribution for Bier Brewery. “The City of Noblesville has been a great partner and very welcoming to our ideas and goals. We are anxious to get started as soon as we tie up loose ends.”

Bier is a local family-owned and operated brewery that has been open since 2010. The operation started out small by Jerry (father) and Darren Connor (son) as a small scale nano brewery. It has since evolved to include Darren’s siblings, Ryan Connor and Leah Keene, and expanded in 2015 to a 20-barrel system in order to keep pace with growing demand for its product, which now consists of more than 130 beer selections. It opened their 4,300 sq. ft. all-ages taproom location with food service in Carmel in 2018.

With a steadfast focus on crafting quality brews, Bier Brewery is a perennial award-winner in statewide and national craft beer competitions. Bier Brewery was awarded the Indiana Brewers Cup Champion award in both 2011 and 2012, and has garnered over 110 medals at state, national, and international competitions. Bier Brewery has been involved with the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce as a Taste of Business vendor and featured in their Birdies & Brews Golf Outing fundraiser along with numerous other fundraisers in the Noblesville area. The taproom also plans to host community organizations and local musicians on their outdoor patio. The new taproom is expected to open in summer 2023.

About the City of Noblesville: Noblesville is the 10th largest city in Indiana, home to more than 69,600 residents, and the county seat in Hamilton County, Indiana. Just north of Indianapolis, the growing city is known for its nationally recognized public schools, extensive public park system, Hamilton Town Center, and the outdoor music venue Ruoff Music Center.

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