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Famed Derby Winning Jockey Pat Day to Tell Life Story at High Tea

The Sword and The Scone, 1915 Blankenbaker Parkway, will serve a special high tea with honored guest Kentucky Derby winning jockey Pat Day on April 22 from 3 to 5 p.m.  The famous jockey...

Hip Hops: Let’s remember Matt Gould as Hometown revives Cumberland Red

On Tuesday evening a Red Reunion took place at Hometown Brewing Company. It was a release party for the revival of Cumberland Red Ale, as appropriately described in a Louisville Ale Trail social media...

Hip Hops: When Michael “Beer Hunter” Jackson came to Louisville in 1994 (part one)

I fly to America every other month on average. I have been doing this for more than 20 years, and have visited every state. I come here for the beer...and interviewers still don't believe...

The demise of Flat12 Bierwerks Jeffersonville is a reflection of craft beer’s growing pains

Food & Dining Magazine has learned that Flat12 Bierwerks Jeffersonville (130 W. Riverside Dr.) is closed for good after a final day of business on Friday, December 20. This news seems simple enough, although...

Bourbon News & Notes: James B. Beam Distilling Company’s Kitchen Table eatery; releases from...

BOURBON NEWS & NOTES – for 5 November, by Susan Reigler James B. Beam Distilling Company Announces New On-Site Restaurant James B. Beam Distilling Company has announced that QED Hospitality, which operates upscale restaurants and bars...

Happy Holidays from The LEE Initiative, featuring Brianna’s Holiday Egg Nog

"We started the LEE Initiative in Louisville, KY in 2018 after we saw a need for more diversity, more training, and more equality in our own restaurants. We wanted to redefine what it means...

Ballotin Chocolate Whiskey

People who know me won’t be surprised by the analogy that came to mind as I sat down to sample Ballotin Chocolate Whiskey, a new product from a veteran of the local distilling industry. What jumped into my head was the rabbit-duck illusion, an ambiguous 19th-century German drawing depicting a rabbit that, if you look again, looks like a duck, or a duck, if you blink, that resembles a rabbit. Which creature is it? Read more...

Bourbon News & Notes: Freddie’s Old Fashioned Soda helps the historic Green Hill Cemetery...

BOURBON NEWS & NOTES – for 20 August 2021, by Susan Reigler Restoration of Historic Green Hill Cemetery in Frankfort Gets a Boost from Freddie’s Old Fashioned Soda If you are very lucky, you’ll have had...

Bourbon News & Notes: Old Forester 117, Old Fitzgerald Bottled in Bond, and whiskey...

BOURBON NEWS & NOTES – for 27 August 2021, by Susan Reigler Brown-Forman Releases a Second Old Forester 117 Master Taster Jackie Zykan has chosen several barrels from Old Forester’s Warehouse K (known for aging some...

Hip Hops: A Guinness in Sligo, or the Irish publican as “general factotum”

“The publican was the man who christened them, married them, and buried them, the local people,” said John O’Dwyer, a Dublin publican, in Dublin Pub Life and Lore. In July of 1985, I hopped a train...