INDIANAPOLIS - This year's Indiana State Fair is going to feature something completely different and non-fried.
The fair is now accepting applications from Hoosier brewers and wineries to participate in the inaugural Indiana Beer and Wine Exhibition.
It’s free to participate for exhibitors, but space is limited: It’s first-come, first-served.
The exhibition will be open to only those over 21 years. There will be tasting tables with beer and wine being sold by the glass.
It will be held in the Grand Hall on Main Street across from the Coliseum. Everything sold must be contained and consumed in the grand hall.
It will be open from 1 to 9 p.m. each of the 17 days of the year.
Watch the attached video for views of the fair.
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