December 21, 2015 – Zionsville, Ind. – Noble Order Brewing Company (“Noble Order”), based in Richmond, Indiana, today announced the opening of a new taproom in Zionsville. This represents the first of such microbrewery connections to establish in Boone County in nearly 150 years.
The tasting/taproom planned for Zionsville will be located at 98 S. Main St. Noble Order has been working with the Boone County Economic Development Corporation (“Boone EDC”) and the Town of Zionsville to establish this taproom ever since Noble Order’s visit to the 1st Annual Whitestown Brewfest in September 2015.
“We chose Zionsville for its aesthetics and overall vibe and feel. The town has an Americana/European village atmosphere that fits with our vision and direction,” said Mike Miller, Co-Owner of Noble Order. “Our history with Sugarcreek Hops Farm and Sugar Creek Malt Company have laid the foundation of partnership with Boone County… to produce an all-Boone County beer year round is something that should excite the community as it does our brewery and our Boone County partners.”
Miller states, “Our vision and goal for Zionsville is to be integrated in the community and spread the joy of craft beer even farther in Indiana. We want to establish an atmosphere of fun and collective growth for all our neighbors.”
“The addition of Noble Order’s taproom is sure to make the iconic Zionsville Main Street even more attractive to visitors and guests,” said Zionsville Mayor Jeff Papa. “We are excited that Noble Order chose Zionsville as their first expansion location and to be the first microbrewery operation in Boone County.”
“We recognize how important microbreweries have become to the quality of life initiatives for growing communities,” said Molly Whitehead, Executive Director for the Boone EDC. “We’re excited to add this unique amenity to the Boone County community.”
Noble Order has crafted European-style beers from their Richmond based facility since 2014. Noble Order, in combination with J&J Winery, was Indiana’s first location to produce beer, wine, cider, and mead all under one roof.
Noble Order’s Zionsville taproom is anticipated to open in late January-early February 2016 pending approval of local permits.
About Noble Order Brewing Company:
Noble Order began as Big Dawg Brewhaus and changed to Noble Order after consulting with marketing partners. Noble Order offers many European-style beers including popular favorites Furst, a blood-orange style wheat, Katapult, a Kolsch-style beer, and Tobias, an apricot flavored Indian Pale Ale (IPA). For more on Noble Order Brewing Company, visit: http://nobleorderbrewing.com/.
About Boone County Economic Development Corporation:
The Boone EDC leads Boone County, Indiana’s economic development mission by cultivating businesses, workforce, and quality of life initiatives within the county. The Boone EDC works alongside consultants, government officials, and business leaders to educate and advance the economic development goals of the county. To learn more about the Boone EDC, visit www.BooneEDC.org.