INDIANAPOLIS - Bloomington's Upland Brewery has swept the top awards in the professional division of the Indiana State Fair Brewers' Cup competition.
The fair announced Monday that Upland was named the Indiana brewery of the year and grand champion brewery of the year during the competition last weekend.
It also won best of show for its "VinoSynth Red," which also won the Belgian and French ale category.
The fair says more than 100 judges from across the country rated the beers in 24 different beer categories.
Winning recipes and brewers will be represented at the Indiana Brewers' Cup display during next month's state fair.
Pence: Re-election bid 'clear and easy' decision
For Gov. Mike Pence and his family, serving as governor of Indiana has been the “greatest privilege” their lives.
Excise police arrest 176 during race weekend
Indiana Excise Police say they arrested 176 minors and adults for mostly alcohol-related infractions at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway over…
21 guns stolen from Greenwood home
Approximately $30,000 worth of guns were reported stolen Sunday from a Greenwood home.
Death investigation underway at IMPD det.'s home
Homicide detectives were called to the home of a 15-year veteran of the Indianapolis Metro Police Department Monday morning on the city's…
Trail of trash left behind at IMS after Indy 500
After a three-day party at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, debris was strewn from the bacchanal depths of the Snake Pit to the highest seat…