Broad Ripple Brew Pub
- General Info:
- Established in 1990, Broad Ripple Brewpub is one of the first brewpubs in Indiana. It serves a range of starters, such as soft pretzels, nachos, beer cheese crock, chips, quesadillas, scotch eggs, shrimp basket, chicken tenders and pesto bruschetta trio. Broad Ripple Brewpub also offers fish and chips, bangers and mash, vegan shepherd s pie and herdsmen chili. Its entr e menu includes mussels marinara, spicy pork tenderloin, turkey Manhattan, drunken tortellini, pesto penne, spinach ravioli Alfredo and peanut sesame chicken pasta dishes. Broad Ripple Brewpub s specialty pizzas include The monon, The nutty garden, Mediterranean pizza, The Yorkshire and smokestack lightening. Broad Ripple Brewpub is located in Indianapolis.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (317) 294-3883
Fax: (317) 255-5199
Posted: 9/12/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I formerly loved this restaurant for its great beer and unique vegan and gluten free menu options but the service has been so terrible recently that I doubt I'll return if I'm actually hungry. Should you go, you will certainly not be disappointed in the beer or food but expect to wait a LONG while to get anything to your table (even when they're not crowded).
Posted: 8/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I know it may not be advertisted, but this place has a ton of vegetarian options, and the waitress I had actually knew what a vegan was. I ordered the Vegan Shepard's Pie which was delicious, and I am sure they could have veganized some of the other vegetarian entrees. This place is great for vegetarians because your friends can eat meat dishes here too. I did not try any of the beers, but my friend said they were amazing.
An awesome selection of award-winning brews, great food, and a charming English pub atmosphere. If you like hummus, do yourself a favor and try "Lori's Favorite" with an order of "veggie chips"!!! They brew the best ESB ale that I've ever had!!! HIGHLY recommended!!!
Posted: 1/23/2004Provided by Citysearch -
The inside of this brewpub is very cozy and intimate. They also have some interesting breweriana around. The beer selection is not too bad, they have around 8 brews at a time, with a seasonal or two. The brews they do produce are all above average. Contrary to some complaints, I found the service here to be just fine. Granted we were there for a late lunch so they were not busy, but the waitress we had was on the ball. The food here is good too. They have lots of pub grub and interesting appetizers like Scotch Eggs. We had the nachos and they were more than enough for 2 and tasted excellent. All in all this was a great find and I am happy we visited. It is only a short distance from downtown Indy and I would recommend a stop if you find yourself in the area.