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By Amy Bartner

Indianapolis Star

Bargersville, Ind.-based Taxman Brewing Company will open a brewery with a beer garden and restaurant just south of Bankers Life Fieldhouse next fall. 

The Taxman CityWay Gastropub and Beer Garden is expected to open mid-September 2019 in a historic building at the northwest corner of Delaware and East South streets.

The building, built in the mid-1800s, was originally a stable for horses. It was moved from its original location a few hundred feet north this past summer.

"It's a unique project because we get to do a redevelopment of an old building smack dab in the middle of Downtown," Taxman president and co-owner Nathan Huelsebusch said.

Taxman CityWay will be the third location for the 5-year-old brewery founded by tax professionals. Taxman, known for its Belgian-style beers, has restaurants in Bargersville and Fortville with menus similar to what will be served at its newest spot: Burgers, sandwiches, Belgian-style fries and waffles. 

There will be a 3,000-square-foot beer garden and room for about 130 people inside, and Huelsebusch said he's planning for 16 Taxman beers on tap. The brewery will be both kid- and dog-friendly.

Taxman CityWay is part of CityWay 2.0, the second phase of a mixed-used residential and retail complex that will also include a CVS and a 13-story apartment building. 

Taxman will be near The Alexander Hotel's upscale restaurant, Nesso, and cocktail bar Plat 99.