1100 W. Rappel Drive
Bloomington, IN 47404
Phone: (812) 323-2222
Fax: (812) 323-8846
1100 W. Rappel Drive, Bloomington, IN, US, 47404
- Phone: (812) 323-2222
- Fax: (812) 323-8846
Since 1998, the Upland Brewing Company has been serving Bloomington and its nearby towns. This brewery brews sours, ales and lagers; it offers a mix of traditional items with a contemporary twist. It also has seasonal varieties, but regulars need not fret as many brews are offered throughout the year too. And, if you find the beer making process intriguing, you can join the Upland Brewing Company tour that takes you through the entire brewery. The brewery also features a brew pub, where you can not only sample Upland sours and ales, but savor delightful dishes that are offered here; there is a special kids menu for your little ones too. It can also be hired for private events and celebrations; can accommodate 100-150 guests and arrangements for more people can also be made. The open times for the brew pub varies from that of the brewery tasting hours, please check the website for more information on the same.
The Monroe County Courthouse is a magnificent structure located in the city of Bloomington. The courthouse was established in 1818, but has gone through several restorations and modifications. The initial building was a log structure, which was converted to brick one and finally a stone structure was erected, which stands till date. Built with the Beaux Arts style of architecture, the court building speaks of grandeur in every possible way. The beautiful dome that adorns the building looks splendid from inside as well. The courthouse functions even today and continues to serve the people of Monroe County.
The Bloomington Brewing Company, located adjacent to the Brewpub and also founded by One World Enterprises, manufactures only unfiltered and unpasteurized ales, guaranteeing a fresh and natural pint of beer every time. Our fine, hand-crafted ales are served fresh from the source and are distributed to other fine Bloomington establishments.
A children's garden.
Butler Winery, established in 1983, is the fourth oldest operating winery in Indiana. The winery and vineyard are located just 10 minutes from the northeast side of Bloomington.
Family owned and operated for more than 30 years, Oliver Winery makes and sells award winning wines including Shiraz, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Beanblossom, Blackberry, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Tastings are available daily and tours may be taken Friday through Sunday.
This beautiful lade offers scenic bluffs, rolling topography, and lushly wooded areas.
TC Steele (1847-1926) moved to Brown County in 1907. The Historic Site offers guided tours of historic buildings, hiking trails & nature preserve. Closed Monday & during winter.
The Owen County Courthouse is a beautiful Classical Revival building constructed in 1911. Owing to its magnificent structure, it became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The courthouse still continues to fulfill its purpose by the serving the people of the county.
Free tasting of wines made from California grapes.
Indiana's largest state park, the 15,776-acre Brown County State Park features campgrounds, two-bedroom family cabins, lodge and cabin guest rooms, a seasonal camp store, more than 18 miles of hiking trails, Ogle Lake, a nature center, mountain bike trails, tennis courts, picnic areas, a saddle barn, seasonal Olympic-size pool, playing field, playgrounds and more.
Located in Bean Blossom and home to the Bluegrass Festival, lies the Bill Monroe's Memorial Music & Campground. Named after the legendary Bill Monroe, the park is spacious and surrounded by lush greenery. Visitors can partake in a number of activities like jogging, fishing, hiking, camping and even hold picnics here. Music lovers come in numbers and set up their tents, in June for the annual Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival which brings to town performers from all around the globe. Call ahead for more information.