Co-owner and brewer Eilise Servies, a Hoosier and Butler grad who learned much of her craft from the Oregon brewing scene, sits before her vats at Scarlet Lane Brewing Co. in McCordsville. The brewery makes four beers, from pale ale to stout, which are available at area restaurants and festivals. Joe Hornaday/Daily Reporter
McCORDSVILLE — Now that the Scarlet Lane Brewing Co. is up and brewing in McCordsville, its signature beers have been popping up around the area, and those looking to find a homegrown beer can finally get their fill.
“We’re always going to be growing,” co-owner Eilise Servies said. “We’re constantly at different events.”
Currently, Scarlet Lane Brewing is producing four beers. They are the Vivian Red IPA; Saison de Silas; a Dorian stout that includes coconut; and their seasonal dry hop pale ale.
“We love stout, so we’ll have a stout series,” Servies said.
Scarlet Lane just finished serving drinks at Fishers on Tap and will be at the Brew-Ha-Ha Craft Beer Festival in Indianapolis this weekend.
The brewery also is taking on a number of nonprofit causes as well. This week, the group is working with Outside the Box, a program that focuses on helping people with disabilities.
In the near future, Scarlet Lane Brewing will be able to perform growler fills in-house, and by the end of the summer, Servies expects to have a full tap-room ready to go for customers. Until then, 47 bars and restaurants in the area, including the Grill 2 in McCordsville, are serving Scarlet Lane beers.