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Symposium on Indiana German Beer/Wine Makers

Submitted by on March 18, 2014 – 8:43 amNo Comment

Wandering Indiana this weekend, Road Trips Foodies? Consider a detour to attend a symposium on Indiana’s German-American beer and wine makers set for Saturday (March 22, 2014) in the Athenaeum, 401 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Titled “Hoosier German Brewers, Winemakers, Distillers, and Inn Keepers,” it will feature the auuthors of two recent books on the history of brewing in Indiana: Douglas Wissing, author of Indiana: One Pint at a Time, and Robert Ostrander, author of Hoosier Beer Story. They will discuss the role of Germans in the brewing of beer in Indiana.

Other topics will be brewers before Prohibition, wineries in Indiana, and a visit to Indiana City Brewery. It’s all sponsored by the Indiana German Heritage Society, and is part of the group’s 30th anniversary celebration.

Registration is $25 for the Saturday symposium and luncheon.

The Athenaeum was originally named Das Deutsche Haus, the German House, when it opened in 1894. The IGHS was formed from the momentum and interest generated by the national and state observance in 1983 of the German Immigration Tricentennial. German place names can be found all over the Indiana, including Darmstadt, Hessen-Cassel, Oldenburg, Hamburg, West Baden, Fulda, and others.

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