Thr3e Wise Men

Thr3e Wise MenThr3e Wise Men

Type: Brewery, Bar, Eatery

1021 Broad Ripple Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana, 46220
United States

(317) 255-5151 | map

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Photo of dmgeng
4.03/5  rDev +1.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.25

A great place to go get some very good craft beer and some very good craft eats. With a tap list of 10 of their own creations this is a great place to try some new beer and grab a bite. The brewery's ambiance and ascetics are very similar to their sister franchise Scotty's Brewhouse with much more brewing paraphernalia present such as their multiple 15-35 BBL conical SS fermentors. They have a more "artisan" spin on bar food but sandwiches, wings, pizzas, and the like are very good. I had the chicken parm sandwich and it was very good and a deal. I had the Hop Head Farms Pale ale with it and it was a very good compliment that was balanced and flavorful.

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Photo of W9820
2.93/5  rDev -26.4%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

The food at Thr3e Wise Men is great, especially the pizza and wings. I can't say I like the picnic tables they use for seating all that much and the service is typically slow. The beer is the major disappointment for me. With the exception of a replic ale they released in the summer of 2012, which was very tasty, their beers are mediocre at best. The Snow Bunny Blonde lacks any discernible taste. The Two Lucy's wheat is too sweet. The Rocky Ripple Ale, Golden Zoe and their double IPA, pretty much taste the same. I'm not exactly sure what the problem is but their beers just seem...lazy. When Thr3e Wise Men first opened they had a variety of guest beers which was a nice option. I'm crossing my fingers they'll be able to put some good brews together in the future or go back to selling other craft selections.

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Photo of Jho3325
4.13/5  rDev +3.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4.25

Thr3e Wise Men is a great spot to eat and enjoy a few pints. The decor is a stark contrast between the stainless vats and brewery which is visible from the restaurant and the log cabin décor. The bar area is a bit small, but overall the place is very welcoming and the staff is friendly.

This place has great food and its pizza is particularly good. There is complementary popcorn at the bar and at the tables which is a nice touch. The brewpub serves it's own beers and has a small bottle collection. At any given time there are probably between 8 and 10 taps with usually a couple of guest taps.

Thr3e Wise Men offers daily specials and has 3$ pint night a couple times a week. Overall this is a great place to go with good food, good beer, and good people.

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Photo of ToddGingerich
5/5  rDev +25.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

This is a great spot. Great beer. Great grub. Great atmosphere. Great decor. Great staff. Great service. I have been here twice. Once for lunch. Once for dinner. The food pairs great with the beer. The beer pairs great with the food. The game on a sea of flat screens everywhere, including the bathroom. Great everything! !

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Photo of frazbri
4.08/5  rDev +2.5%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Visited Thr3e Wise Men for lunch before heading up I-69 and east towards home Sunday. Thr3e Wise Men stands alone in front of a strip mall in the Broad Ripple area of Indianapolis. Walking in, the decor looked more like a ski lodge than a pizza place. Wood paneling and padded picnic tables stood out in the large open room. A large rectangular bar stood to the left of the entrance, and that's where we sat.

I opted for "Goose the Sandwich" which was a pizza dough bread filled with capocollo, mortadella, pepperoni, spinach, roasted red pepper spread, mozzarella cheese. (Goose refers to a local meat vender?) Homemade potato chips were served on the side. My brother ordered a small pizza "spicy something?" from the specials list. Both meals were good, but I'd say the sandwich was better than the pie. (not downgrading the za, the sandwich was just that tasty!)

I opted for a three glass sampler with Golden Zoe IPA, Centennial Martyr Double IPA, and Schweddy Ball-tic Porter. All were solid brewpub beers. The Schweddy was my favorite in both name and taste.

Our bartender was friendly, knowledgeable and fun. She was good with her customers and was quick in reacting when a growler she filled broke, narrowly avoiding soaking a fellow patron. No panic, just quick reaction, cleanup and customer service. (a reevaluation of their growler cleaning/filling procedure is needed)

Really great sandwich, good pizza good beer and good staff.

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Photo of Penguins66
4.1/5  rDev +3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

This is a large, modern brewpub in a strip mall in the Broad Ripple neighborhood. The interior is dominated by wood accents. When you walk in, nearly the entire far wall is a window that looks out at the brew kettles. A large U-shaped bar is to the left, which is where we sat on 3 of our 4 visits.

Three Wise Men features 6 or so beers on tap at any given time. True, it's not the largest selection, but it certainly makes it easier to decide. We sampled 4 of the 6 on our most recent back-to-back visits and took home a growler of the seasonal hefeweizen. All the beers were good but nothing terribly unique.

Food was good all around. We especially liked the dill chips, which were a good complement to the beer. The pizzas are also popular.

Prices were about average.

We were impressed with the service at the bar, which got busy at times, especially on Sunday, which is apparently the day when everyone--and I do mean everyone--comes in to get their growler(s) filled. Despite that, the bartenders were always prompt and courteous.

Three Wise Men is our favorite brewpub (so far) in the Indianapolis area. We make it a point to go there for a beer or two when we are in town.

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Photo of Dogbrick
3.88/5  rDev -2.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

(Visited 11/2011): Yes another brewpub in the Broad Ripple neighborhood (which is awesome), Thr3e Wise Men is located on Broad Ripple right off Westfield and right around the corner from Brugge. There is a decent sized lot.

The interior is well-lit and open with wooden benches and tables. Brewing equipment is easily visible behind glass from multiple locations. The bar is to the left of the entrance, and there are a few TVs. They also have a board listing the available beers.

As for the beers, there were 5 on my visit: Snow Bunny Blonde, Beneficence Pale, Two Lucy’s Blackberry Wheat, Golden Zoe IPA and Centennial Martyr IIPA. All of the beers are above average. They also serve 3-beer sampler trays.

Service during a weekday lunch was good. The server knew the beers and was attentive throughout lunch.

Food at Thr3e Wise Men is solid. Pizza, sandwiches etc are good.

Overall this is a welcome addition to what is already a target-rich environment when it comes to brewpubs.

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Photo of ahq514
3.56/5  rDev -10.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3

Went here on a Sunday night around dinner time. Fairly crowded with a good mix of clientele. There were college students, families, and retirees. Fairly cool decor inside and outside. Stand up tables made out of barrels and hofbrauhaus-esque style seating where you share a table with a few other people. They have a glass wall between the restaurant and brewing area, so you can see all the equipment.

Service was good. Even though we were outside, the waitress was courteous and fairly prompt. She knew about the few beers they offered, but not much about beer in general. She was even nice enough to talk to us about the other brewpubs in the area and gave us directions. They had about 7 or 8 beers of their own on tap. Tried a couple of them, most were average.

Overall, a good brewpub to visit in the area, but I'd make it a quick stop if I was there again. Friendly people and decent beer for the area.

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Photo of tsauce2
4.05/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

A: Brewpub is about 1 yrs old, maybe a bit older. Looks like a giant beer log cabin, everything is wood on the inside. Glass wall allows patrons to see the brewery operation. Tv's everywhere, great place to catch a game.

Q: Good quality fresh beer. Bottle selection is kept currnet and rotated regularly. Have never had a bad beer.

S: Excellent service.

S: Usually 5-6 house brewed beers. One or two guest taps of a different/non-competitive style. Always one house beer on cask. Bottle selection is good.

F: Great bar food. Pizzas, calzones, wings. All very good and made fresh. Sides are a salad or kettle chips, which are amazing. Carry out special is a large pie and a growler for $20!

V: Very reasonably priced, especially if you go on a pint special night.

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Photo of mynie
3.81/5  rDev -4.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Nice location in Broad Ripple, within a couple of blocks of Barley Island and Brugge. The atmosphere is medium classy, nicely lit and decorated but unpretentious; it's basically a higher-scale pizza joint with craft beer and home brews. The crowd was friendly white professionals in their 30s and 40s, and the bartenders knew a decent amount about all the beers on tap.

There was a great selection of bottles and cans from other breweries (with a strong focus on Indiana beers, natch) and about 8 house beers on tap. I didn't get any food, but the pizza looked and smelled good, and you're given ridiculously salty popcorn just for sitting down.

When Thr3e Wise Men are brewing well, their beers are quite solid. But, as I noted in my Golden Zoe review, they seem to have some quality control issues. So it's probably a good idea to ask for a sample before you commit to a pint, even if you know full well what an IPA should taste like.

Overall, though, I really enjoyed my time here. I was by myself--didn't plan on stopping by--but had no trouble starting conversations with the locals. Everyone seemed to be in a good mood, which is rare on a Monday in December, and I took that as a sign that this is the sort of place that treats its regulars well.

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Photo of mdvatab
3.96/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5

Finally visited Thr3e Wise Men during an afternoon of bar hopping in Broad Ripple.

First off--I give very high marks to the designers of this place. A big, wide-open space with a lodge-like feel, a clear view of the brewing equipment, comfortable, large picnic-style tables with nice cushions, and lots of windows to watch the passers-by outside.

Our waitress was extremely friendly, and was very knowledgeable of their house brews. She was also very attentive, and served us multiple rounds of free popcorn.

The beer menu was admittedly a bit limited and one-dimensional. I ordered a 3-beer sampler, trying an IPA, and imperial IPA, and a porter. The beers were "good-enough", but none of them really wowed me. In general, they had what I perceived as a dullness that beer can sometimes have if the yeast isn't given enough time to clean things up after primary fermentation. The imperial IPA, on the other hand, appeared to have a tad bit of oxidation.

In addition to the house beers, I was glad to also see some guest tap offerings. I spotted some bombers of Great Divide Old Ruffian and, being a barelywine fan, snatched one up.

I'll certainly be back, as it's a fun place to hang out, and there are ample flat screen TVs around the room on which to watch sports. Would also like to try their food next time. I'm hoping the beers improve, but, again, they weren't bad.

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Photo of FightingEntropy
3.64/5  rDev -8.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

Walking back to the car from Brugge Brasserie, we saw Thr3e Wise Men across the street--and over we went. Sports bar atmosphere with lots of plasma TVs and multiple games running. Nice U shaped bar, and light wood throughout the place, including the oversized communal picnic tables and beer barrels with tops to stand up at to drink and eat. Place was small up front, but it extended through the back behind the restrooms. Glass wall for the brewhouse in the back makes for a nice setting. Overall, a nice little sports bar.

And, they seem to be trying very hard. Not sure on the food since we'd already eaten at Brugge Brasserie down the street, but the free popcorn was pretty good. Our server Arianna was attentive and friendly, and really made it a pleasant stop. Chris (a manager?) stopped to chat, and was a '09 Boilermaker (we we're all dressed for homecoming), and seemed to really know beer as we chatted about the local beer scene. And, the attitude of the brewers (Long Fang and Centennial DIPA on push and cask) attest that they have an attitude to push some beer limits. My guess from this and previous trips is that Indiana beer scene is developing but not quite ready for prime time, even with an obvious exception of a Three Floyds in state (technically, near Chicago).

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Photo of theRooster90
4/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

This place gets a solid 4 because it wasn't the best brewery/restaurant I have been in but it was certainly pretty good. First time I went in with my girlfriend and got a flight of four beers to give them a general overview on beer quality. Pretty decent from what I had but I will have to do a review on a couple of beers when I get a chance to get in there again...which may be this weekend. Anyway, I wish I could go to their releases but I'm just a little too far away. Will definitely be going back and recommend this to anyone passing through Broad Ripple.

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Photo of Brettster
3.88/5  rDev -2.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

The atmosphere was interesting at first. Almost a lodge feel. One can see the brewery through glass windows. Seating was strange at first but not bad. Unless you sit at or around the bar you sit at large picnic tables, typically with other patrons. Not so bad. There are lots of tv's playing sports, which was great during March Madness.

The last time I was there we made the choice to sit outside. The people to either side of us were served but we waited twenty minutes.

The pizza there is consistently very good. I yet to have any food there that is bad.

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Photo of mulder1010
3.59/5  rDev -9.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4

Went on July 4th

A-- Felt like an up scale Montana Lodge. lots of wood and antlers all over the place. Good warm feel to the place. Like the TV advertising on some of the tables and in the bathrooms. Smartly thought out place.

Q-- Beers were good. Had a good Rye PA and a decent IPA. Crap wine list though. Indiana wines?? Really?

S-- Bad and bad. Very slow service. Was hard to get a beer ordered at the bar and was originally given a table and not a peep from the wait staff.

S-- Their stuff plus a lot of guest beers. They had a Sun king beer on tap plus a lot of bottled beers from all over. Good selection of guests.

F--- Did not eat but thought menu was average and pizzia's looked average.

V-- Cheap as heck. Lots of specials on growler prices and beers. Good value for what it was. Too bad service was shocking bad. As a venue one of the better brewpubs I was at when in Indiana.

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Photo of robwestcott
3.78/5  rDev -5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

to be honest, I wasn't expecting much and avoided the place for several months.

however, once I entered, I was pleasantly surprised. the food is good enough and fairly priced. nothing special, pizza, salad and sandwiches. but the beer... dang, it's good.

several serving options, a 3 beer, 6 ounce sampler for a cool-ass 5$ bill, an 8 ounce pour, or a 16 once pour or an 8$ growler fill. all beers priced the same, regardless of brew or abv. 6 brews plus one cask option and a guest tap.

each and every beer I've sampled has been well above par. amd the pizza's decent enough too.

nice lunch destination and a great place to fill a few growlers for a get together.

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Photo of DCon
4.14/5  rDev +4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

This was my first BrewPub in Indianapolis, IN and what a great area to be in! The Broad Ripple Village was full of bars, restaurants, brewpubs, and cycling, which are all favorites of mine! Looking like a town off the coast of California, the streets are very inviting and the Thr3e Wise Men is located at the East side of the village.

Walking in, it reminds me of an Austrian Brewery with its big tables with over 10 seats available and an Oberweis or milk house for some reason. There are tons of fridges with guest beer and growlers and it is very "Clean" everywhere. Has a log cabin build to the inside and has a nice looking patio on the outside.

Like I said, everything was clean and presented very fashionable. The beer was above average and was pleased with what we received.

The service was one of the best parts of the experience here! It seemed as if Broad Ripple had a very tight knit community because our bartender and other staff helped us locate other good brewpubs and bars in the area that served what we were looking for. She also was very knowledgeable about their own beers and this is extremely important. Props to Thr3e Wise Men!

The selection was great but limited the day we came in... Both their cask beer and seasonal were not available but this was okay. They had 6 of their own beers on tap and then 4-5 guest taps (can't remember). They also had a great selection of bottles that you could buy by the 6-pack and take home.

While they only had pizza and sandwhiches, we decided to wait til later on that day to have our lunch.

With having 3 beers on the "Sample Paddle", 3 pints, and unlimited popcorn, this place was great! We will be back if we are in Indianapolis soon.

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Photo of zrab11
4.5/5  rDev +13.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

The Atmosphere is awesome. Big glass windows let you view the brewing tanks. PLace has nice wooden benches on tables for sittting. A nice big horseshoe shaped bar. Has Tv and music but neither is to over powering.

The Service was great. Very knowledgeable about the beer and food.

Selcetion is limited alittle bit but the quality of the food is not. Everything i have had there is exceptional and would get again.

Overall this is one of my new favoite places. Just wish it was 5 min away instead of 1 hr. away. It has the great feel of a restaraunt/bar but neither are to overpowering. They make great beer there. Def. check this pace out you wont be dissapointed

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Photo of Yetiman420
3.98/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Stop 210 on my quest to visit every quality brewery/brewpub in the world.

Made this stop right after being denied entrance to Sun King tap room because this absent-minded 40 year old forgot his drivers license. Drove 15 minutes north to Portland concentrated "Brew" Ripple which has the BR Brewpub, Brugge, Barley Island, Upland tap room, and now Thr3e Wise Men.

Plenty of parking in the strip mall next door. Small outsite curb-side dining and an impressive grain bin that seemed more ornamental than functional.

Wife and I sat at the bar with a nice view of the prominent brewing gear behind glass. Lots of wood and antler racks to hang your coats. Is this the manger where Jesus was born?

I liked the 6 oz three beer sampler for $5. Went with Hefe, IPA, and DIPA the first round. Next round was blackberry wheat, coffee porter, and Irish Stout. Passed on the blonde which they were offering on cask as well.

What stood out to me was the DIPA was an easier drinker than the IPA and I really enjoyed the roasty Irish stout. Wished the coffee porter had more pronounced coffee (from local roaster Hubbard and Cravens). Most of the lighter beers lacked mouthfeel but were still good.

Bartender said DIPA was the most popular beer because it had the highest alcohol for the same price (pint/growler) as the others and one could get drunk faster.

Did not eat but the pizza looked very good.

It's an easy walk to Barley Island, Brugge, and the BR Brewpub from here.

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Photo of WhiteRiverSuds
3.95/5  rDev -0.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

After years of familiarity with Scotty's Brewhouse, I was eager to check out the long-awaited brewpub/restaurant. The man never rests and it is quite apparent by the details in Thr3e Wise Men. As with all of his establishments, the place is spotless. It was a bit too shiny new for me, but the woodwork, tables, ipads, bar, and top notch brewing equipment behind the glass make it easy to settle in.
Even though I wasn't there with my family, I love that it's family friendly.
The only problem I had with my visit was the service. It was a busy Friday night. The manager(s) were top notch and very helpful, but there was one server and a bartender that didn't know the beer product. Our first server added things to the check that we didn't order, but the managers were awesome. The first bartender I ordered from couldn't or didn't want to answer my questions about the wheat and double ipa. I actually got more beer info out of an employee who combed the floor keeping the place cleaner than an operating room.
There were 6 house beers on tap and a few coolers of quality bottles from other breweries. The beers were good, but did not wow...some good gateway beers. I did try the double ipa which I thought needed some work. I know it's not an easy style, but when your ipa has more/better hop flavor & aroma than the double, it's time to retool.
The food was great! The pizza was exceptional. We also had the mofo hot & mustard wings & the dill chips...delicious.
The prices were good and there were plenty of specials including the $20 growler/pizza carryout. Definitely plan on revisiting.

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Photo of Briarscratch
4.56/5  rDev +14.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

This place was outrageous! In a good way. First thing I noticed was that everything looked BRAND NEW...and that was from the outside. We walk in and the place has automatic doors like a grocery store or something. Then I'm pretty astonished by the super clean, super shiny, super in your face brewery behind the glass, accompanying and large, open, upbeat sports bar type atmosphere. I'm very attentive to detail so I wanna say I was really impressed by the entire walls being built out of cedar planks and the rustic plain block bar frame structure along with the picnic tables for seating. A lot to take in at this place. So finally we sit down and have some samplers of the beers and they were all very exceptional! I could ramble on and on but basically this place was doing some pretty spectacular things. Whoever invested in this place spent a pretty penny. I highly recommend if you're in Indy!

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Photo of Kasia
2.3/5  rDev -42.2%
vibe: 1 | quality: 2.5 | service: 3 | selection: 2 | food: 2

I'm more of a dark and dingy traditional English pub kind of gal, so it goes without saying that the bubbly sports-bar atmosphere of this establishment did not agree with my tastes. However I can say that the beer was good, not terribly impressive but good.

The idea behind the restaurant was clear; a friendly place where you could bring your family, children included to watch the game, have a good beer and meet new people.

Pick nick tables line the large hall and the bar is settled in a far corner with large plasma televisions hanging from the ceiling, ensuring that they were visible from any seat in the restaurant. There is no place for a two people to dine peacefully, hence the pick nick table layout.

The menu features sodas and other beverages which come served to you in a large mason jar, kind of a nice touch, the beer is served in an america pint glass.
As for the food, the menu is comprised of various appetizers, including fried pickle chips, and large New York style pizzas. The service was fine, but the waitresses were a little annoying, I did like that they wear a card reader on their belt so I did not have to wait to pay my bill.

Overall the quality of the food and beer was good, the only question is if one can stomach the atmosphere.

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Photo of JamesS
4.5/5  rDev +13.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

Scotty's Thr3e Wise Men is a wonderful brewpub. The atmosphere is fun and friendly, and I find it interesting that (due to the long 'picnic' table designs of the seating) you might find your party seated next to another group. It's not hard to have your own thing going on, but also can make it fun to meet new people.

The whole place is well lit and not overdone, and the free wi-fi is a huge bonus as well.

Service is excellent, with my server being friendly, polite, and prompt. She was also quite knowledgable about the beer selections. I even had two managers stop by to make sure everything was going well.

Food selection is decent, but with the awesome pizza they have, I don't know if I'll ever order anything else from there. I also like the popcorn they bring out as a free appetizer.

Beer selection is very good, as they have several styles they brew on-site. Whether you're looking for a light beer (blond and wheat) or something hoppy (both APA and IPAs are available) or something thick and dark (great coffee porter and wonderful imperial stout), you'll find something. There are also guest beers in bottles that round everything out nicely.

You can get samples (up to three at a time) if you want to try everything to see what you really like. (My personal favorites are the nut brown and the impy stout, as of now.)

Like I mentioned, the pizza was incredible. I got only pepperoni, just to see what the pizza was like, and I was not disappointed at all.

Thr3e Wise Men will definitely be a stopping point for me when I'm in the Broad Ripple area.

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Photo of alleykatking
4.58/5  rDev +15.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5

Stopped by here on Sunday after Winterfest. Saw this was a new place so I wanted to check it out of course! Right when you walk in from the outside before you go into the main area there is a list of what is on tap to the left. I could see from this they were not messing around.

A- This place just looks new. It seemed to me there was wood panel over everything. As soon as you walk in you can see the brewery part behind glass right there. Family style seating toward the right of the brewpub with the bar on the left. Give me the bar seating please.

Q- From what I had and tasted from the other guys who were with me I was impressed. This brewery came out swinging and from what I had hit the nail on the head perfectly. Beers were balanced yet full of multi-flavors. Nothing was off and they came served in non-chilled glasses which for some reason has been the flavor of the month at a ton of bars (beer bars too) I have been to latley.

S- Service was great. Actually our bartender (Caitlyn...which if this is the wrong spelling someone BM me and I'll change it up) was more than informative and actually knew what she was talking about. Didn't try to talk dumb to us and gave us her honest opinion on beers there and well other beers in the bar. They need to keep not only her but others like her to stay on top of the game. Never had an empty glass and samples were given nicely and not like it was a waste of their time for pouring it.

S- They have a selection that really is well rounded for coming right out the door. Six packs of other craft beer were sitting around as well in a large multi-door cooler. Even if I didn't like craft beer I could find something here that I could drink. I actually have to give them a lot of credit as it seems they looked into what a beer customer would want and hit styles on all levels of beer geekness.

Overall this place not only serves up great beer and fantastic service but the overall price is amazing. You can get a 8% stout growler filled for the same price as a 4.5% wheat. Oh and no snifters for the high alcohol beers...pint glasses are used on them just like the rest of their line-up. Do yourself a favor and stop on by. You will not regret it.

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