TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Indiana's oldest brewery is celebrating eighty-five years since the end of prohibition with the launch of a new line of beer.
The Terre Haute Brewing Company unveiled its rebranding at a celebration Sunday.
The company is sporting a new logo that incorporates the Terre Haute eagle from the 1930s. It also introduced a new line of canned beers with new graphic designs on the label.
The brewery manager says the company will continue to release more beer flavors in the future.
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