Bier Brewery will open a bar in Noblesville with a dog park and playground
Bier Brewery plans to open a family-friendly tavern in Noblesville that includes a dog park, playground and open space.
The 6,000 square foot craft brewery will be at 1618 S.10e St., also known as Allisonville Road, south of the city. It should open next summer.
This will be Bier Brewery’s third location in the Indianapolis area and it will serve wine, cider, cold brew coffee, wine slush and food, according to a press release from Noblesville. Other company locations are 5133 E. 65th St. in Indianapolis and 13720 N. Meridian St. in Carmel.
Plans for the 4-acre property also include covered outdoor seating, a private room, and outdoor green space with bike access to the Allisonville Road trail. The brewery will host community organizations and local musicians on its outdoor terrace and the space will also be used as a co-working space.
“Our administration has invested heavily in our city’s gateways, including a new pathway and roadway improvements along the South Tenth Street Corridor,” Mayor Chris Jensen said in the news release. “I’m thrilled our residents have Bier Brewery as a new dining and entertainment option in this part of the community.”
Father and son Jerry and Darren Connor opened Bier in 2010 and it now serves over 130 beers. Carmel Tavern opened in 2018.
The bar has been active in civic events in Noblesville and in 2018 brewed a special beer in honor of Jason Seaman, a science teacher who took three bullets when he intervened to stop a school shooter in Noblesville West Middle School.
The American IPA was called Small-Town Hero.