Indiana is home to more than 90 craft breweries, and that number continues to grow.
A community of Catholic nuns in Dubois County are making plans to build a brewery on the monastery grounds.
Indiana State Fair officials say they hope selling alcohol provides fair-goers a chance to learn about the state's craft breweries and wineries.
After a federal judge ruled against allowing convenience stores to sell cold beer, groups pushing for change might have to head back to the legislature.
Both the House and Senate have passed a bill that would allow alcohol at the Indiana State Fair and now waits for Governor Pence to pass or veto it.
Indiana convenience store association challenges law limiting cold beer sales to liquor stores.
Indiana’s is only one of the two state fairs in the nation that prohibit beer and wine sales.
Indiana law allows convenience, grocery and pharmacy stores to sell beer warm but not chilled.
A new study from Indiana University shows that just the taste of beer could be a key component in alcohol abuse.
Beer will be sold for between $2.00 to $2.50 a can and projected revenues for the course will be between $18,000 to $36,000 a year.