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Fehr’s XL resurrected by Akasha Brewing Co.

A lager last produced more than 50 years ago by the now-defunct but once thriving Fehr’s Brewing Company has been re-conceived by the brewers at Akasha Brewing Co., with the cooperation of Jeff Faith,...

Seasonal Summer Beer! Jeffersontown Summer Craft Beer Fest Returns July 7.

Louisville's craft beer scene continues to grow, and that's good news for craft beer fest fans in search of seasonal summer beers. The Jeffersontown Summer Craft Beer Fest is returning for its fourth year...

JTown Summer Craft Beer Fest Discounted Pre-sale Ticket Party Saturday

Beer drinkers have one day to buy their tickets for the JTown Summer Craft Beer Fest in advance at a discount. Cox’s Smokers Outlet and Spirit Shoppe at 3920 Ruckriegel Parkway will host a...

Ale: There’s an app for that

Buckhead’s  tablets help make your beer choice better . Human nature often displays a yearning for simpler times — a slower pace of life, fewer worries, and a return to the good old days. Consider how...

French Wine Class June 13, and Five Course Meal June 21 at Brasserie Provence

A  collection of rosés from different french regions is coming to Brasserie Provence, 150 N. Hurstbourne Pkwy, for the summer solstice on Thursday, June 21st at 6:30pm! Advanced level sommelier Julie Defriend will be...

Tastings, Competitions and Workshops at The Bourbon Classic This Week

Prepare to immerse yourself in the world of bourbon. The Bourbon Classic has been called “basically the Olympics or Kentucky Derby of Bourbon” by Louisville.com and features events  this week from February 28 through...

Wrestler Matt Rehwoldt Chronicles His Journey With Bourbon on New YouTube Channel

“I’m home thankfully. I’m in Chicago on one of my few days off,” Matt Rehwoldt explained at the beginning of our phone call. We had met recently in passing in Bardstown at Bottle &...

Shaken, not stirred: Moonshine University hosts Gin Enthusiast class Nov. 9

Finally, a gin class in the heart of Bourbon Country! No, it’s not sacrilege, it’s diversity that promotes knowledge in the mind, variety on the bar and great flavors in the glass. The Food & Dining...

Cork 101— What wines are undervalued?

Our challenge this issue for our wine guys was to select wines that they thought were “undervalued.” That turned out to be an ambiguous term, or one that has wide latitude for those in...

Bluegrass Homebrew steps in to supply local basement beer-makers

The recent closing of My Old Kentucky Homebrew left home brewers without a convenient source of ingredients, and John Ronayne, the manager, without a job. But now he has opened his own store, Brewgrass...

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