The Indian Wells Brewing Company is located on a historic artesian spring.
The water that we use to brew all of our beers and sodas is pure artesian spring water from the historic Indian Wells Spring (California Historic marker #457). An artesian spring contains water that naturally flows and bubbles to the surface. Our spring has its origins high in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Geologists believe that melted waters from Mount Whitney snowpacks journey by underground river and follow through a fissure to form Indian Wells Spring.
This pure spring water gives our beers and sodas a clean pure taste that can only be found in Indian Wells products. Our water is captured below the surface and, because of its altitude, is able to flow to our operation via gravity. No man-made power is used to transport the water to the brewery, which gives us zero carbon footprint for water. We also capture the spring water excess to run off into poles and allow for the permeation of water back to the water table. The California Historic Marker on the front of our property reads: After five days of travel from the Argus Range, the Manly-Jayhawker parties of 1849 found their first water at this Indian waterhole on the Joseph R. Walker Trail of 1843. During the 1860's this was the site of a stage and freight station for traffic between Los Angeles and the Coso and Cerro Gordo Mines.
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