Tin Man Again Closes Evansville Taproom

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EVANSVILLE -

Evansville-based Tin Man Brewing Co. has again closed its Tasting Room. The brewery had reopened the facility after last year's acquisition by Louisville-based Neace Ventures, but says on its Facebook page that there were "simply not enough customers to cover expenses."

Tin Man says its production facility will remain in operation, and previously-booked events at the Tasting Room will still be honored.

The brewery had previously closed the Tasting Room in March 2017 as it looked for a new owner. Neace Ventures also owns Falls City Brewing Co. and Old 502 Winery in Louisville.

Tin Man Brewing was founded in 2012. In addition to its Evansville location, the company has a taproom in Kokomo.

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