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“Month Of May” event info – Brews, grub and IndyCar photos with a personality – Kate Shoup’s photo exhibit at Flat12 Bierwerks

By Steve Wittich Satisfying suds, great grub, surrounded by IndyCar photos with a presence. If that sounds like the perfect way to spend some post-track free time, then make sure you visit Kate Shoup’s IndyCar photograph exhibit at Flat12 Beirworks. Race photo gallery by photographer @kateshoup is up at the brewery for the month of […]

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Flat12 Bierwerks To Release James Hinchcliffe Collaboration Beers

Flat12 Bierwerks To Release James Hinchcliffe Collaboration Beers Hinchtown Hammerdown out April and The Bricks Red IPA Coming in May INDIANAPOLIS — On April 2, 2016, Flat12 Bierwerks will release Hinchtown Hammerdown, a limited edition, pilsner-style beer brewed in partnership with Verizon Series IndyCar driver, James Hinchcliffe. The collaboration beer is brewed every year for the month of May— which in Indianapolis,...

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