Founded in 2007 and brewing beer commercially for distribution since 2012, Man Cave Brewing Company opened its new Brew Pub and Restaurant in March 2018. Featuring an onsite 10 barrel microbrewery, an eclectic full menu, full bar and family room.
We continue to be open for indoor dining during all regular business hours.
At Man Cave Brewing Co. our priority is the safety and health of our patrons and staff. We are pleased to welcome you back to our establishment and want you to be confident we are doing all that we can to make your visit safe. As always, we will comply with requirements and guidelines set by the State of Indiana Back on Track initiative. Please click here to read our entire Response Plan and Hoosier Hospitality Promise.
For takeout just give us a call at 574-337-1308 to order and pickup inside or at the drive thru. Growlers are available as Carry Out as well!
10201 N State Route 13
Syracuse, IN, 46567
Located about 3 miles South of Syracuse, just South of South Shore Golf Course.
Monday – Thursday: 4pm-8:30pm
Friday and Saturday: 4pm-10pm
Man Cave Brewing Company is committed to environmental stewardship. Beer is a natural product. Wild yeast created the first brews thousands of years ago when it found a home in moist stored grains and naturally fermented to create what turned out to be a wonderful beverage in which no bacteria could survive (unlike water). Man Cave Brewing Company strives to preserve this all natural character by using only fresh ingredients and no added preservatives. Our beers are not pasteurized or filtered, preserving full flavors as well as all of that great vitamin B that comes from the yeast.
Our brewing process, similarly, is built with our commitment to the environment in mind. All cleaners and santitizers used are natual and biodegradable protecting the flavor of the product. Our cooling water from our heat exchangers is recycled through the process and used to sanitize and clean the equipment saving water and energy. All spent grains from the mashing process are recycled to local livestock farmers as feed.