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Trubble’s 21 and over tap room is located just south of downtown Fort Wayne at 2725 Broadway.  We have a large patio, where we welcome underage patrons in the warmer months. 


Some things about Trubble Brewing

Trubble Brewing has a beautiful outdoor patio which is always dog friendly and has a real nice water fountain to enjoy in the summertime. Our patio is open to patrons that are all ages as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Our indoor seating is restricted to ages 21 and over. Trubble Brewing makes house made dog treats from our spent grains out of the brewery which contain only 4 ingredients: flour, spent grain peanut butter and Seven Sons eggs. We also cater to your fury friends with water bowls and doggy beds on the patio. We also offer gift cards for those last minute shoppers, these are sold in-house only and are not available on our e-commerce page yet.

BREWERS ASSOCIATIONSupport your local craft brewery

Trubble Brewing is proud to be a licensed member of the Brewers Association. We are among the 2,500+ small and independent craft breweries that are registered with them.



Our Culture is what sets Trubble apart from other breweries; fun-loving people, working hard, doing what they love to do.

We value the trust given to us by our customers, our employees and our investors and earn it through service and stewardship. We review our business practices regularly to ensure that we are also stewards of our environment.

We promise to provide the best quality beer to our retail and wholesale customers.  When offered, our food will be made using fresh ingredients, scratch-made and regionally-sourced when possible.

INDIANA BREWER’S GUILDSupport your local craft brewery

Trubble Brewing is proud to be a licensed member of the Brewers Association. We are among the 2,500+ small and independent craft breweries that are registered with them.



Owner’s: Chad & Keli Hankee



Trubble started with a brew kit in a carport. Chad would churn out beers on the weekends. No one complained.  The beer was good and it was a good time hanging and talking out in “the brew cave.”  Keli sometimes joined in, or made food to take to hungry brewers. She had her passions too – farmers that focused on sustainable farming.  Food that was made from scratch, was wholesome and delicious.
They kept it going.  Chad kept adding to his brewing knowledge and wanted to keep going.  Keli had been working successfully in the medical field but felt her passion waning.  The beer was good. The timing was right.  They took the plunge and decided to start a microbrewery – Trubble Brewing.
A year later, a building and some potential partners were identified. Both fell through.  Then came along a historic building.  It was a little rough inside and out but it had the right feel. It was 2725 Broadway in Fort Wayne.  Although they had only a portion of the money they thought they’d need, a lease was signed in October 2014.  Chad’s background was in engineering and construction and he could do most of the work.  Somehow, they would make it happen.
And they did.  In November 2015, the doors opened to a small but passionate group of followers and employees.  Two years later, Trubble has brought on other troublemakers. Its gone through two expansions, a growing beer list and an ever-evolving menu.  And Trubble Brewing is looking toward the biggest expansion yet, an additional location focused on production.
What will the following years bring?  Now is just the beginning.