Five Ways To Support Louisville Breweries During Dry JanuarY
Need a break? Participating in Dry January? There's nothing wrong with that! Here are five simple ways you can still support breweries during this time.
Louisville Brewery Holiday Hours Guide 2023: Christmas & New Year's Schedule
To help you plan your festive brewery visits over the holiday week, here's a list of hours in alphabetical order for each special day. Whether you're looking to gather with friends, enjoy a quiet moment, or simply grab a stamp for your passport, here’s how you can plan.
Christmas EVE (SUNDAY) HOURS:
Christmas DAY (MONDAY) HOURS
All taprooms are closed.
NEW YEAR’S EVE (SUNDAY) HOURS:
New Year’s Day (Monday) Hours
This guide will help you navigate the holiday brewery scene in Louisville. Happy holidays, enjoy responsibly, and don't forget your passport!
Butchertown Brewing Unveils 2024 Beer Collaboration Line-Up
Louisville Brewery Celebrates Kentucky’s Barrel Heritage With National Partners
December 18, 2023 (Louisville, KY) -- Louisville-based Butchertown Brewing, founded in 2020, is thrilled to announce a series of upcoming national beer collaborations for 2024. These collaborations highlight Butchertown Brewing’s commitment to expanding the barrel culture in Kentucky’s craft beer scene and beyond. Previous collaborations have featured well-known breweries nationwide, such as Horus Aged Ales (Oceanside, CA), Revolution Brewing (Chicago, IL), and Corporate Ladder Brewing (Bradenton, FL).
“These collaborations represent more than just the fusion of different brewing techniques; they’re a symbol of our commitment to pushing the boundaries of craft brewing,” said Andy Cobb, Butchertown Brewing Founder and Head Brewer. “We are excited to introduce Louisville’s Most Interesting Beer to beer lovers, both local and nationwide, highlighting Kentucky’s dynamic beer scene, which is as rich and diverse as our state’s bourbon heritage.”
Butchertown Brewing, known for their barrel-aged stouts and barleywines, is proud to announce a new slate of collaborations planned for 2024:
Through these collaborations, Butchertown Brewing will share its passion for high-quality, innovative beers and showcase Kentucky's craft beer potential.
Butchertown Brewing beers are available in their taproom (1860 Mellwood Ave, #187, Louisville, KY) and at select bars and restaurants in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Highlighting the brewery’s expanding reach, Butchertown Brewing was featured for its nationally recognized barrel program at Other Half Brewing’s Stout Season Festival in Brooklyn, NY, on December 2nd, 2023, showcasing their expertise on a prominent national stage.
About Butchertown Brewing
Nestled in the Courtyard at the eclectic Mellwood Art Center, Butchertown Brewing focuses on one-of-a-kind barrel-aged beers while also honoring traditional styles. To learn more, follow @butchertownbrewing on Facebook or Instagram or visit www.butchertownbrewingco.com.
Mile Wide Beer Company's 7th anniversary is this weekend! To help celebrate, here are seven fun facts about the Phoenix Hill brewery:
In these seven years, Mile Wide has not only served great beer but also created a space where stories are shared, history is celebrated, and community is strengthened. Here's to Mile Wide Beer Company, a beacon of craft brewing and community spirit. Cheers to many more years of success, innovation, and delightful brews!
Mike Abel (Fork + Ale House)
What do one of Louisville’s oldest breweries, Great Flood Brewing, and one of Carmel Indiana’s finest breweries have in common?
They both have had the pleasure of this week's guest, Mike Abel, (Head Brewer, Fork + Ale House, Cellarman, Ash & Elm) gracing their taprooms. Known for his quick wit and unquenchable thirst for beer knowledge Mike has built a thriving career across multiple cities.
In this conversation we discuss current trends in beer and cider, how to plan a day trip in #Indy, and some interesting topics in health and music! It was an absolute pleasure having Mike on the show and we hope that you enjoy this conversation as much as we did.
Make sure to go and try all of Mike's great beers next time you are up Carmel way. (https://forkalehouse.com/)
Hefeweizen (Fork + Ale House)
El Camino, Habanero, Mango Cider (Ash & Elm Cidery)
Winter Wee Heavy (Fork + Ale House)
Hopping Hound IPA (Fork + Ale House)
Curious about Underberg?
Ask your bartender for one, or visitwww.underbergamerica.com _____________________________________
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