It’s been about 150 years since Boone County had a brewery, but that’s about to change.
Noble Order Brewing Company has announced plans to open a new taproom in Zionsville by the end of January or early February at 98 S. Main St.
“We chose Zionsville for its aesthetics and overall vibe and feel. The town has an Americana/European village atmosphere that fits with our vision and direction,” stated Mike Miller, co-owner of Noble Order. “Our history with Sugarcreek Hops Farm and Sugar Creek Malt Company have laid the foundation of partnership with Boone County … to produce an all-Boone County beer year round is something that should excite the community as it does our brewery and our Boone County partners.”
Noble Order has crafted European-style beers from its Richmond-based facility since 2014. It partnered with J&J Winery to create the first location in Indiana to produce beer, wine, cider and mead all under one roof.
“The addition of Noble Order’s taproom is sure to make the iconic Zionsville Main Street even more attractive to visitors and guests,” Zionsville Mayor Jeff Papa said in a statement. “We are excited that Noble Order chose Zionsville as their first expansion location and to be the first microbrewery operation in Boone County.”
Learn more at nobleorderbrewing.com.