Indiana Beverage partners with Half Acre Beer Company

Indiana Beverage partners with Half Acre Beer Company

Indiana Beverage has partnered with Chicago based brewery Half Acre Brewing to distribute their beers to Indiana. Half Acre Brewing, which was founded in 2008, uses only the finest hops in their beverages. The combination of fruity and citrusy aromas make their lineup of beers delectable for beer drinkers of every variety. Anyone from seasoned craft beer lovers, to the casual beer drinker will enjoy the beverages that Half Acre Brewing has created for their year-round lineup of beers.

Indiana Beverage gave the staff here at GreatNews.Life a chance to taste Half Acre's lineup. Check out their impressions below!

Tome Half Acre Hazy Pale Ale: This is a lively year-round beer that includes a guava forward fluff taste with subtle cedar.

Jenny Craig-Brown

"The Half Acre Hazy Pale Ale: Tome is such a perfect beer to get me through the snow shoveling. It's a perfect amount of hops! I'm a fan of hazy beers and this one tops my list!"

Stephanie Swearington

"Two of my new favorite types of beer. The hazy pale ale, Tome, is just the right amount of hops and citrus flavors. The hazy beers have been my go-to throughout the year. They are light and refreshing."

Tony Ketcham

"I'm not normally a huge pale ale fan, but this is fantastic. Hauling a complex but humble profile, it's super sweet and hits on the creamier side with a range of aromatics. The start is on the gentler side of hoppy which quickly dissolves into notes of fruit juice entangled with florals and bright spices like cardamom and coriander. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't gonna pick up a 4 pack of this after work."

Daisy Cutter Pale Ale: This Half Acre classic is filled with citrus and is a go-to year-round.

Kayla Hofferth

"The Daisy Cutter Pale Ale is the drink to try if you haven’t had an IPA before! I am very unfamiliar with the landscapes of beers and IPAs, so I was intrigued to try this. There was a lot of taste to it, and while I am not well versed in IPA lingo I could taste hints of fruit and citrus, as well as some other aromatic notes. A drink like this would be good for a Friday night hangout in front of the TV after work. And the cute design on the can really tops the cake for this IPA!"

Stephanie Swearington

"I enjoyed the Daisy Cutter as well. It was great on a crisp winter evening. It left me longing for summertime with all the tropical notes of mango and papaya."

Bodem India Pale Ale: This reimagined IPA is filled with a mix of citrus and tropical fruits. Enjoy this Half Acre beer year-round.

Kayti Grable

"I loved that this beer was not bitter! It was very tropical tasting and made me feel like I was back in the summer. I don't always like beer, but I can wait to get more of the Half Acre Bodem!"

Naphtalia Ruth

“I’m not a big beer person, but this one may have just brought me over to the dark side. The flavor was not what I was expecting, but I loved it!”

Kami Tupiak

“This beer was a refreshing change and has a nice hoppy taste upfront and drinks smooth and crisp without a bitter aftertaste! This would be great to sip outside on a nice summer day.”

Colin Lenburg

"As a seasoned beer connoisseur, I really enjoyed the warm, citrus flavors of the Bodem India Pale Ale. It’s a little beyond my basic palette of Coors Light and Pabst Blue Ribbon, but I think these folks won me over. This beer was a great way to warm up after a long day of being out in the snow. Also goes well with listening to bluegrass music at loud volumes."

Half Acre Beer Company has two brewery spaces in Chicago. To learn more about their company and locations, visit

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