The Upland Brewing Firm relies in Jeffersonville | opens information
JEFFERSONVILLE – A popular Indiana brewery has opened the doors of its riverside location in Jeffersonville.
Bloomington-based Upland Brewing Co. officially opened its sixth location on Friday at 707 W. Riverside Drive, where the Buckhead Mountain Grill was formerly located.
David Bower, president of Upland Brewing Company, said he was amazed at the redesign of the 13,000-square-foot space in such a short amount of time.
“I couldn’t be more proud of the product they delivered,” he said. “The appearance is just right.”
This is the premier location in Southern Indiana or the Metro Louisville area. Upland is the third largest brewery in Indiana with locations in Bloomington, Indianapolis, Columbus, and Carmel.
There are 22 Upland beers on tap, including classics, sour ales, small batch breweries, and the new Naked Barrel Hard Seltzers.
The menu items range from beef burgers from the region to vegetarian and vegan options. The restaurant offers seasonal specialties.
The deck has been completely remodeled for Upland Jeffersonville and the space features a three story deck with an outdoor bar.
The restaurant seats 220 people indoors and 200 people outdoors. The dining room has sliding glass doors that lead onto the terrace.
An “intelligent” pergola on the terrace can be adjusted depending on the weather to provide rain protection or shade from the sun.
“It gives us a lot more flexibility to be able to sit out there longer. Underneath are fans, add heaters underneath, and drop-down pages are on the way, ”said Padraig Cullen, director of retail systems at Upland.
The highlight of the Jeffersonville area is the view of the Ohio River and the Louisville skyline, Bower said.
“We did everything we could to maximize the view,” he said. “Every seat has a great view, and we’ve removed all types of obstruction by aligning the tables and chairs [patrons] can best experience this highlight. “
The Jeffersonville site workers are “great people who are already adding value and new ideas to the company,” said Bower.
He hopes the community “will want to include Upland Jeffersonville in their daily, weekly, or monthly schedules,” he said.
Upland follows CDC guidelines, e.g. B. Distance tables at a distance of two meters, the disinfection of surfaces with strong contact and the wearing of personal protective equipment by the staff.
The brewery created a special small batch beer for the opening of Upland Jeffersonville. The Upland Lily, a reference to the Oaks Lily Cocktail, is a fruity ale with cranberry and orange, topped with a sour ale made from blackberry wood.
Cullen said he looks forward to offering “such a wide range of our own remarkable beers”.
“We’re just excited to be part of the Jeffersonville community in southern Indiana,” he said.