Fishers’ next local brewery, Four Day Ray Brewing, is under construction and should be serving up craft beer this summer.
MD Architects of Fishers designed the building and Meyer Najem Construction — headquartered one block north of the Four Day Ray site — is the general contractor.
“It doesn’t get any more local than that,” Four Day Ray co-founder Chris Welsh said.
The brewery, restaurant and bar will occupy more than half of the nearly 20,000-square-foot structure being built at the corner of North Street and Lantern Road.
“The culmination of our efforts and the opening of the brewery are just a few short months away,” co-founder Brian Graham said. “Everything has come together better than we ever imagined and we are very excited to be a part of the Fishers Community.”
The Four Day Ray founding team also includes Matt Troyer and Mitch Ackerman. Four Day Ray plans to distribute its craft beer to local bars, restaurants and liquor stores shortly after opening and the brewery will offer tours and tapping experiences on site in addition to featuring food, beer and live music. The building will also include 8,800 square feet of available office space for lease.
“The addition of Four Day Ray to the Nickel Plate District adds to the vibrancy of our downtown. Seeing this team of local entrepreneurs break ground on this project is very exciting for the City of Fishers,” Mayor Scott Fadness said. “Not only will the new destination offer locally sourced food and craft beer, but the additional office space in the Nickel Plate District is in high demand and much needed.”