108 E Sixth Street
Bloomington, IN 47408
All ages welcome
We have a rotation of twelve made in-house beers to choose from. We’re lovers of all varieties, so we don’t focus on specific styles, but brew what our hearts desire.
To date over 220 unique beers have been brewed (some as festival-only releases). Some of our favorite or most unique include:
Tangent IPA, Hefeweizen w/ coconut and pineapple, Tart Cherry-Lime Golden Ale, Hazy IPA, Nut Brown, Coffee Milk Stout, Spiced Rye, Smoked Porter, Honey Brown, Toasted Rye Pale, Session IPA, Rye IPA, Oatmeal Brown, Saison, Roggenbier, Robust Porter, Jalapeno-Pineapple IPA, Orange-Chocolate Stout, Chipotle Stout, Szechaun Peppercorn Pale, Banana Stout, Smoked IPA, Spiced Apple Ale……….
We love to offer new beers, so our selection will always change.
On Tap Now
Digit Red Ale
Theorem Milk Stout
Lagrange Session Oat Red
Cherry Ratio Golden Ale
pHruit Drop Midwest Tart (Btown collab)
Anomaly NE IPA
Polar Grapefruit-Mint Blonde
Array Spiced Rye Ale
Our food is made with the highest quality ingredients and housemade components. We make our own: salad dressings, pickled vegetables, roasted vegetables, jam, pimento cheese, hummus, baba ghanoush, pesto, whipped cheeses, marinated olives, curry cashews, chimmichurri, pecorino crackers, crostini, croutons, aiolis, and many more sauces, items, and components.
If we don’t make it in house, we source local, high quality products from local artisans, farmers, and businesses. We go to great lengths to completely avoid high fructose corn syrup and hydrogenated oil in any of our food.
We believe in serving you the food we would want to eat in our homes. Come taste the sandwiches that are consistently voted Best in Bloomington!
Goat in a Jam
Goat Cheese, Fig-Onion Jam, Crostini = 9.99
Baba Ghanoush, Sundried Tomato Whipped Feta, Hummus, Grilled Flatbread = 6.99 (half) / 9.99 (full)
5 Artisan Cheeses, Fig-Onion Jam, Marinated Olives, Curry Cashews, Housemade Pecorino Crackers, Crostini, Water Crackers = 13.99
Cheese and Charcuterie Plate
3 Artisan Meats, 3 Artisan Cheeses, Fig-Onion Jam, Pickled Peppers, Marinated Olives, Curry Cashews, Housemade Pecorino Crackers, Crostini, Water Crackers = 14.99
- Kettle Chips – with Creamy Basil Goat Cheese Dressing to dip = 2.99
- Kettle Chips – tossed with Truffle Oil and Pecorino-Romano Cheese = 3.99
- Marinated Olives – Olives, Rosemary, Lemon, and Olive Oil = 2.99
- Curry Cashews – Crispy Cashews, Curry, Cumin, Cayenne = 3.99
- Side – Mixed Greens, Seasonal Vegetables, Pickled Onions, Croutons = 4.99
- Entree – Large Portion of Salad + Chickpeas and Feta = 9.99
- Add Ham, Roast Turkey, or Roast Beef = 1.49 (Side) / 2.49 (Entree)
Bowl of Soup
- Roasted Tomato = 4.99
- Soup du Jour = 4.99
The GardnerHummus, Marinated Avocado, Sundried Tomato Spread, Butter Lettuce, Zucchini Ribbons, Sprouts, Pickled Peppers, Lemon Vinaigrette, Carrot-Pumpkin Bread = 10.99
The FarmerSundried Tomato Whipped Feta, Butter Lettuce, Zucchini Ribbons, Sprouts, Pickled Peppers, Lemon Vinaigrette, Havarti, Multigrain Bread = 10.99
Feathered FarmerThe Farmer + Turkey = 11.99
Members OnlyTurkey, Havarti, Candied Bacon, Romaine Lettuce, Sundried Tomato Spread, Basil Pesto, Multigrain Bread = 11.99
Mysterious StrangerRoast Beef, Roasted Eggplant, Chimichurri, Blue Cheese, Multigrain Bread = 10.99
Southern GentlemanCandied Bacon, Pimento Cheese, Pepper Jack Cheese, Pickled Peppers, Arugula, Carrot-Pumpkin Bread = 11.99
Jean ElizabethAged Cheddar, Smoked Gouda, Fig-Onion Jam, Arugula, Telera Roll = 9.99
RatatouilleTomato and Garlic Roasted Eggplant, Zucchini, Onion, Basil Pesto, Fresh Mozzarella, Telera Roll = 10.99
SmokehouseHam, Candied Bacon, Dry-Rubbed Onions, Pickled Jalapeños, Smoked Gouda, Aged Cheddar, Barbeque Aioli, Telera Roll = 11.99
El JefeRoast Turkey, Pineapple, Pickled Jalapeños, Pepper Jack Cheese, Chipotle Aioli, Telera Roll = 9.99
Peter PiperRoast Beef, Pickled Peppers, Aged Cheddar, Chipotle Aioli, Carrot-Pumpkin Bread = 10.99
Memory LaneAged Cheddar and Havarti on Multigrain Bread. Served with a Bowl of Roasted Tomato or Soup du Jour = 9.99
Stout FloatVanilla Ice Cream and Function Milk Stout (or any beer of your choice) = 4.99
Root Beer FloatRoot Beer Float Vanilla Ice Cream and Root Beer (or any soda of your choice) = 4.99
Dessert du JourPlease Ask Your Server About Today’s Special
HummusPita, Carrot Sticks, and Hummus = 3
Grilled CheeseCheddar and Havarti on Multigrain with Kettle Chips or Applesauce = 5
Peanut ButterPeanut Butter and Local Strawberry Jam on Mulitgrain with Kettle Chips or Applesauce = 5
- See list above.
- Prices vary by style.
- 1/2 and full growlers of almost all beers are available.
Ash & Elm – DryDry Cider = 5.50
Ash & Elm – SunsetSemi-Sweet Cider w/ Cherry = 5.50
New Day Craft – South CiderSemi-Sweet Cider w/ Honey = 5.50
Robertson Natural Sweet WhiteWhite, Sweet; Chenin Blanc, Colombard, Muscade = 6/22
Isle Saint Pierre BlancWhite, Dry; Sauvignon Blanc Blend = 7/25
Zonin (187ml)Sparkling White, Semi-Sweet; 100% Glera =7
Michael Sullberg Cabernet SauvignonRed, Dry; Cabernet Sauvignon = 8/28
Isle Saint Pierre RougeRed, Dry; Cab Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot = 8/28
Root BeerMade with Pure Cane Sugar = 2.50
ColaMade with Pure Cane Sugar = 2.50
Ginger AleMade with Pure Cane Sugar = 2.50
Lemmy LemonadeMade with Pure Cane Sugar = 2.50
Diet ColaNatural Diet Soda = 2.50
MilkHorizon 1% = 2.50
Apple Juice100% Juice = 2.50
Brown County CoffeeRegular or Decaf = 2.50
The production of beer is a timeless art. Throughout history, recipes and processes were handed down from generation to generation as a way of ensuring that the lessons learned previously could benefit those to come. We know how beer is produced and the ingredients that are typically used. But endless variables can be plugged into this known equation. A spice that isn’t usually used in beer? A new hop varietal being grown by an up-and-coming farmer? A classic beer recipe updated with a different combination of grain? Any of these variables can affect the resulting beer in dramatic and unexpected ways.
We believe the best things in life are found in exploring and in taking risks with the way we always do things. We chose the name Function Brewing because a function is a way of arriving at a new outcome when a particular variable is thrown into the mix. Until you choose the variable and run the equation, you often have no way of knowing what the result will ultimately be.
As Function’s owners, our goal at our taproom is to continually have something new on draft, while still keeping a supply of our standard beers. We encourage you to stop in and try Function’s latest output and tell us what you think. We look forward to pouring beer in your glass soon.
For reservations, please call during normal business hours: 812-676-1000.
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If you’d like stickers, either come into the brewery and ask nicely, or send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
108 E 6th St
Bloomington, IN 47408
We do not have coaster, bottle caps, or anything else to give away. Sorry.
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