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Mile Wide Beer Co. Celebrates Fourth Anniversary with Two Beer Releases

December 9, 2020 |

Mile Wide Beer Co. is celebrating their fourth anniversary on Thursday, Dec. 10. Well, sort of. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions in the state of Kentucky, Mile Wide is making the most of their anniversary celebration with the release of two anniversary beers.

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5 Questions with Gravely Brewing President & Founder Nathaniel Gravely

December 2, 2020 | 1

Gravely Brewing Co. in Louisville, KY won two medals at this year’s Great American Beer Festival. Sprockets, a German Pilsener, won a gold medal and Doc’s Dunkel, a German Wheat Ale, won a bronze. Gravely Brewing was the only Kentucky brewery to bring home medals at this year’s Great American Beer Festival.

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Braxton Brewing’s Annual Dark Charge Release Goes Virtual

December 1, 2020 |

Like every event in 2020, Braxton Brewing Company’s Sixth Annual Dark Charge Day is going to look different this year: The annual release of their Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout, Dark Charge, will be held online.

The good: Instead of waking up early on a Saturday with your BA Stout loving friends and waiting in line in the cold, you will be able to purchase Dark Charge variants from the comfort of your couch. The bad: There will be no big celebration at the Covington, KY taproom.

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Louisville Beer Week Returns with “Resilience” and Launches Louisville Ale Trail

October 26, 2020 |

It is no secret that this year has not been easy for the craft beer industry. Kentucky breweries were shut down mid-March and were ordered to stay close until late May. They’ve pivoted to package sales and curbside orders. They’ve dealt with changing capacity restrictions and curfews. They’ve removed and added chairs and tables both inside and outside. They’ve changed their hours more times than any business should. Despite all that, they’ve remained steadfast and committed to safely serving their customers. That’s why the founders of Louisville Beer Week knew it was pivotal to go ahead with their plans to celebrate and support the local Louisville beer scene.

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What We’re Drinking | July 30, 2020

July 31, 2020 |

August is around the corner, and for many of you that likely means the end of summer and those wonderful autumn days are approaching. That is very much not the case here in Georgia. Things are looking up, though. Well kind of. There still continue to be many highs and lows of 2020 as sports are back, but conversations about whether or not and how to reopen schools, breweries and public spaces remain. Civil Rights leader and legend John Lewis passed away this week, leaving a legacy of pressing towards equality and continuing the narrative of fighting for civil and human rights. Rest in peace, Mr. Lewis. To celebrate getting through the week, here is What We’re Drinking.

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Ultimate 6er | Summer Lawnmower Beers

June 24, 2020 |

Summer is here. Yes, it’s a pretty weird summer, but it’s here all the same. Even with all of the craziness going on in the world these days, the grass needs to be mowed, there’s yard work to do, and the garden needs to be … gardened. It’s time to drink some lawnmower beer!

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Braxton Brewing Co. | Summertrip Passion Fruit Berliner Weisse

August 10, 2016 |

Photo by Braxton Brewing Co. 

ABV: 4% | IBU: 4

“Summer isn’t a season, it’s a state of mind”

To those who are still trying to hold onto summer, I’m with you. Longer days, concerts, festivals, outdoor activities such as … Read More