Thursday, June 29, 2006

NABC outside accounts in Southern Indiana.

The New Albanian Brewing Company is pleased to supply our draft beers to a very limited number of establishments in New Albany, Clarksville and Jeffersonville.

At present, there are no plans to distribute in Louisville or other locations in Kentucky, primarily because Indiana state law allows small brewers to self-distribute, while Kentucky requires an agreement with a wholesaler.

In New Albany …

The Bistro New Albany, at 148 E. Market in New Albany’s historic downtown business district (812-949-5227), is NABC’s primary off-premise draft account – where we drink beer when we’re not at work. Bob’s Old 15-B, Community Dark, Croupier, Elector and one rotating selection are available every day (lunch served Monday through Saturday; evening and dinner hours Wednesday through Saturday). Tell the Daves that NABC sent you.

NABC is the preferred local craft beer supplier for the Calumet Club, a meeting and reception hall owned and operated by our friends of long standing, the Bliss family, located at 1614 East Spring Street (812-949-1611). Community Dark is on tap for most events, and other NABC beers are available by arrangement.

Located on Mansion Row (Main Street), Culbertson West is another reception and special event option. NABC beers are available by request.

In Clarksville …

Stratto’s is a new (open May, 2006) and impressive upscale Italian eatery owned by longtime New Albany restaurateur Sam Anderson, which occupies the venerable and sumptuously remodeled McCullough House at 318 W. Lewis & Clark Parkway, Clarksville (812-945-3496). Bob’s Old 15-B is on tap.

In Jeffersonville …

Chris and London Smith’s Come Back Inn (415 Spring Street, Jeffersonville, IN; 812-285-1777) serves rotating NABC drafts as part of a small but excellent draft list that can include local ales from Bluegrass Brewing Company, Michigan-brewed Bell’s beers, and some Belgian imports.


Matthew D Dunn said...

In Bloomington...?

The New Albanian said...

Not yet. The things these places have in common is that all of them are a short drive away from the pub and can be serviced easily.