Episode 41 or “How Many People Can We Fit Into One Podcast Studio?”! A smorgasbord of people including…
This new micro-brewery in the Highlands is nestled in between Twig and Leaf and North End Cafe. They’ve done a great job re-making the space! It’s got a great atmosphere with lots of natural light and nice comfortable couches.
Now that everyone has survived the craziness that is Derby, May brings a new trend to the Bluegrass state. The focus now shifts from a town of bourbon to a town of beer! If you’ve been living in this city and have not taken advantage of the local beer scene, then you’ve been missing out! Here are 5 local breweries you should visit…
Video coverage of the event Vino, Bark & Brew, May 29, 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. on Douglass Loop, presented by Vines & Canines and Great Flood Brewing Company.
Whether they’re helping their state to produce more than 95% of the world’s bourbon or muddling 100,000 mint juleps on Derby Days, Louisville denizens knows how to have a good time. With an exciting list of culinary newcomers, including an upscale cocktail bar and a neighborhood taqueria, Louisville is rounding out its foodie reputation as well. Here are five great new places to fuel up in Derby City.
Episode 35 takes the mobile podcaster to interview post-Derby patrons at Great Flood Brewing Company. Listen in for details about Lexington Craft Beer Week and the weekend of festivals known as May 17th!
“We have been open technically a week, but we actually got through only two days before everyone drank our beer” corrected Zach Barnes of Great Flood Brewing when Eater asked how the Bardstown Road brewery’s “first week” had gone.
Day 2 of Halfway to Louisville Craft Beer Week has come and gone for this old man, so let’s rehash the events I hit-up before my bedtime comes.