Heady Hollow Brewing Company

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60 Horses Scotch Ale

A strong Scotch Ale with a deep copper color and low hop character allow its signature malt profile to shine through; finished with a sweet melding of toffee and roast.
ABV 7.6 / IBU 23
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West Fork Wheat

A cross between a wheat ale and a pilsner, additions of coriander, sweet orange peel and Citra hops give this beer a smooth citrus flavor.
ABV 5.6 / IBU 34
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1802 Pale Ale

An American adaptation of the English Pale Ale with a nice balance of malt and hops; our flagship beer, named after the year Fishers was settled by William Conner.
ABV 4.7 / IBU 37
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Hoosier Hops IPA

This smooth and quaffable Midwest IPA is refreshing and hoppy yet with supporting malt; dry hopped and late hop additions create a nice hop profile without the bite.
ABV 6.4 / IBU 52
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1872 Imperial IPA

Our Midwest-style Imperial IPA has an intense hop character, beautiful orange hue, and a smooth & crisp finish; named after the year the town of Fishers was established
ABV 8 / IBU 98
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Hare’s To Ya Cream Ale

A very smooth and crisp cream ale finishes with a fantastic malt character.
ABV 5.2 / IBU 14.5
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Our Beer Names

Our Beer Names

William Conner settled Fishers in 1802, the same year he married a Delaware woman named Mekinges (which translates into “Dancing Feather”). After 18 years of marriage they parted ways – and Mekinges got to keep their six children and sixty horses when she left Fishers and continued West with the Delaware.


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Co-workers. Neighbors. Beer-lovers. All of these things are true of Keefe Pietri and George Garrison, owners and brewers at Heady Hollow Brewing Company, the first official micro-brewery to open in Fishers. It all started with a trip Keefe took to the Sam Adams Brewery in Boston in 2008, where he realized his previous disdain for beer was not a fault of beer in general, but specifically of the type of beer he'd consumed in college. He brought home with him a desire to make his own craft beer and went about learning the trade in his home kitchen; some of this brew he brought into work to share with fellow beer-lovers. One of these beer-lovers was George Garrison. And thus their joint venture into learning and experimenting with craft beer began, spanning many weekends and countless beer bottles. Soon their time was spent not just creating new craft beer recipes (George is the hop-head and Keefe the malt-lover), but discussing their hopes of opening a neighborhood micro-brewery with ties to the local community.


Since Keefe and George are both Fishers residents they decided to choose a name for their brewery with historical significance to the area -- Heady Hollow. This plot of land, where 126th Street and Allisonville Road meet, is associated with many legends beginning in the 1850s when Indians living in the area dubbed this place "Devil's Land." More ominous tales (think grave diggers and ghostly apparitions) are a part of Heady Hollow's history. True or not, the guys thought the numerous stories about the area were intriguing and liked the idea of sharing these tales with our customers; they've further tied local history to Heady Hollow by naming their 1802 APA after the year William Conner founded Fishers and their 60 Horses Scotch Ale after the settlement William Conner's first wife received when they decided to part ways. And what's up with the bunny? You'll certainly see lots of bunnies in the area of Heady Hollow today, and a bunny mascot happily drinking a mug of local craft beer just made sense.



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Tel: 317.863.5165

11069 Allisonville Rd.
Fishers, IN 46038