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Upland Brewing Company Wants To Stay In Indianapolis Space

Upland has installed a new 150 gallon tank to increase beer production.

The Indianapolis building where the Bloomington-based Upland Brewing Company operates a tasting room is in foreclosure. But even though the building is in legal flux, Upland isn’t planning to relocate.

The tasting room opened at the Uptown Business Center at 49th Street and College Avenue four years ago. Now Upland’s landlord has filed for bankruptcy after the lender tried to foreclose on the property in October.

Upland Brewing Company President Doug Dayhoff says his only interest in the legal dispute is maintaining Upland’s lease in the Uptown Business Center.

“We’ve sunk down roots in that space and really love the neighbors around us,” says Dayhoff. “[We] have no intent to make a change.”

Dayhoff says he’d be interested in expanding the Upland location at the Uptown Business Center if there was more room. The company has a second Indianapolis location, also on College Ave.

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