Checked in with Vince, Matt and Zach at Great Flood Brewing, and they are hard at work building out their Highlands space in anticipation of opening sometime in mid- to late February.
Before recording our podcast Sunday, I dropped in to check the progress at Great Flood Brewing (2120 Bardstown Road – next to North End Cafe). Matthew, Zach and Vince were all there swinging hammers. The place is really coming together.
Like microbrews? Then you’re in luck. A new microbrewery, Great Flood Brewing, plans to open a taproom in the Highlands early next year. Taproom, not a brewpub, which means partners Matt Fuller, Vince Cain and Zach Barnes won’t be serving food other than bar snacks. The trio of accomplished homebrewers just wants to play to its strengths—good beer, not food.
The news about Great Flood Brewing Company opening new tap room* filtered out right around the time of my wedding/honeymoon so I’m afraid I missed it until today. It’s better to be late to a party than never showing up though.
Whether you drink beer or not, you can’t help but notice the enthusiasm and excitement in this country surrounding the craft beer movement, which has emerged over the last couple of decades or so…
Great news! The partners behind Great Flood Brewing plans to open a taproom in the Highlands early next year. Bad news is thanks to the recent government shutdown, that opening was pushed back at least one and maybe two months because issuing brewery permits is done by non-essential workers.
The recent government shutdown pushed back the opening date of Great Flood Brewing’s Bardstown Road taproom, Insider Louisville’s Steve Coomes reports.
Matt Fuller, Vince Cain and Zach Barnes are serious about beer — especially Louisville beer. As such, they’re seriously going to open Great Flood Brewing in early 2014 at 2120 Bardstown Road, near Twig & Leaf in the Highlands.