Home DRINK

DRINK

All things liquid – Bourbon, Wine, Beer, Spirits and more

Passing the torch: Against the Grain to pick up where Cumberland Brews left off

Last night Louisville learned that Cumberland Brews was going away. Raise a parting glass to Cumberland Brews, bowing out Saturday after 19 years Today at lunch time, following a morning filled with social media buzz, Against...

Raise a parting glass to Cumberland Brews, bowing out Saturday after 19 years

When Cumberland Brews opened in 2000, there were only a handful of "microbreweries" in Louisville and Southern Indiana. Most of them were better defined as "brewpubs," places where beer was brewed on site and...

Great Flood Brewing Company will open a second location (with food) in Middletown

Great Flood Brewing Company debuted in April of 2014 with a stylish taproom on Bardstown Road, a stone's throw from Douglass Loop. Great Flood's house-brewed beers like Find A Away IPA and Toasted brown...

Meet the Dubliner Conor O’Driscoll, Heaven Hill’s master distiller

Bourbon is venerable and cutting edge; it’s your granddaddy’s tipple and the hottest new cocktail, and most importantly for those who make a living following the money, it’s a supremely local phenomenon with business...

Craft Beer is all Grown Up

New breweries continue to sprout, but amid a maturing craft beer segment, more breweries are closing than ever before. When the subject of your passion makes the huge leap from obscure cult following to international...

The seasonality of Oktoberfest in time, beer and year

If you ask me, nothing pertaining to autumn as a season should be fair game for touts until Labor Day has come and gone. As a “beer guy” of long standing, mid-September and Oktoberfest...

Mile Wide Beer’s Hops on the Hill festival is this Saturday (8/3)

Craft Beer Nation continues to grow, with too many new breweries to count, but recently the maturing industry’s challenges are getting as much coverage as its previously triumphant march forward. Mergers and acquisitions, shrinking shelf...

Buzzard’s Roost Straight Rye is here, so join Jason Brauner and sample his sippin’...

Wry expressions are not common among buzzards, but Buzzard's Roost Straight is debuting two new expressions of rye whiskey, as sourced and bottled by Jason Brauner of Bourbons Bistro renown. Brauner will be on...

Cuvée Wine Table garners the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence — and sister restaurant...

Wine Spectator has released its 2019 Restaurant Award Winners, among which appears Cuvée Wine Table (3598 Springhurst Boulevard), a first-time recipient of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. According to Wine Spectator, this is the...

It’s good to be King: Brown-Forman’s King of Kentucky Bourbon returns with a second...

King of Kentucky is the tipping point where Bourbon’s slow-paced legacies meet the contemporary explosion of interest in the category. Established in 1881 as a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, King of Kentucky’s post-Prohibition experience reflected...