By Kevin Gibson | Posted on October 27, 2018
This year, eight Louisville breweries will partner with bluegrass businesses like Mulberry Orchard to make some unique, one-off beers.
By Kevin Gibson | Posted on October 23, 2018
Thanks to the efforts of breweries and craft beer enthusiast David Satterly, we will have a Louisville Beer Week that focuses on beer brewed in the city.
By Lisa Hornung | Posted on August 30, 2018
Amy Henson grew up loving horses. She always knew she would own them, but horses are expensive, and she had to earn enough money to keep them. As an adult, she became an optometrist and bought a farm and horses: Dream achieved. But when...
By Kevin Gibson | Posted on June 28, 2017
Five Kentucky breweries will join several others from around the state to collaborate with farmers and Kentucky State University to create six special beers that will be released in October as part of Kentucky Proud Beer Week. Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant and Great Flood...
Bourbon Classic offers interactive bourbon and culinary experiences (and tickets are still available)By Sara Havens | Posted on February 25, 2017
The Bourbon Classic culinary and bourbon experience has been aging quite nicely for five years now, and while that’s not very old in bourbon years, it is a testament to the quality and commitment it provides for bourbon connoisseurs near and far. The four-day...
By Sara Havens | Posted on October 10, 2016
Beer brewed from ingredients strictly grown and sourced in Kentucky? Now that’s something not every state can brag about. The Kentucky Guild of Brewers (KGB) has teamed up with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture to create five limited-edition Kentucky Proud-infused beers, the first of which will...
By Kevin Gibson | Posted on March 31, 2016
One doesn’t usually expect to find a café in the woods, but Isaac’s Café at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest in Clermont, Ky., makes for a welcome oasis. Since it opened in 1950, Bernheim Forest, as it was formerly called, has been connecting people...
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on September 22, 2015
The concession stands at University of Louisville still will feature staples such as burgers and popcorn, but now a portion of those products will come from Kentucky Proud farmers. Kentucky Proud food products will be sold at all U of L athletic events held locally...
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on August 6, 2015
Food trucks by their nature are transient; however, several have set up a more permanent shop in Louisville Kroger stores. Zoom Zoom Yum, a Turkish food truck, and JGoodwin’s Fusion Grill, a Southern taco truck, started operating food carts at the Kroger in Prospect,...
By Sara Havens | Posted on July 30, 2015
Next time you’re scurrying through the produce section at the Highlands Kroger, take a moment to notice the brand new mural by local artist Clare Hirn. Or if you’re shopping at the Prospect, Springhurst or Middletown locations, check out the murals in the cafés by artists Ashley...