JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Bloomington-based Upland Brewing Co. is expanding its Indiana footprint with a new brewpub in Jeffersonville. The brewery says the new location will be its sixth in the state and will create about 60 jobs when it opens next month.
Upland says the brewpub will be located on the Ohio River with a 220-person indoor capacity and 220-person outdoor capacity.
“As soon as we saw the location, we knew it would fit perfectly into our Upland family of businesses,” Upland President David Bower said in a news release. “Walking into the main dining room, we wanted the incredible view to be the focal point, so we have added impressive glass sliding doors that open directly out onto the patio.”
The brewery partnered with Indianapolis-based Seven Four Construction and WorK Architecture Design in Louisville to design and redevelop the building.
The brewpub will feature a full lineup of craft beers, sour ales, and hard seltzers. It will also feature seasonal food menu.
“We’re very excited to join the Jeffersonville community,” said Bower. “There is a lot of excitement going into this summer. I’m looking forward to sunny days when the walking bridge is open and the local greenway is buzzing with guests on their way to enjoy a beer on the patio.”
The new brewpub is scheduled to open April 9. Upland also has locations in Bloomington, Carmel, and Indianapolis.