March 7, 2012 - 4:23pm
Itchy eyes? check...congestion? check...seasonal beers? check
Around this time of season each year a few things start happening - March Madness gets into swing, I start feeling congestion and itchy eyes from my allergies, and Spring seasonal beers start appearing. Two of these three things make me happy, but I'll leave it up to you to consider the...
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
A growing, comprehensive list of what's on tap at your local better beer bars...click here, visit there, imbibe.
On Tap This Weekend (Lists are subject to change) Against The Grain (401 E. Main St) Session - Half Hearted IPA Hop - The Prophet's Gravy American Red Ale Whim - London Balling English Style Barleywine Malt - Dilator...
July 29, 2012 - 8:01pm
Work, work, work, beer (my day in a nutshell)
So after a busy day of multiple business meetings (hey, I don't just write about beer you know) I got to pay a visit to Against The Grain for my final meeting of the day, a planning meeting for the LIBA Brewfest this summer. I was determined while I was there to enjoy a brew, and boy did...
February 27, 2012 - 8:50pm
Volume 1 in a series designed to answer all your beer questions
So recently I had another brilliant idea, shocking right? There is so much to learn and know about beer from styles to how it's brewed, etc. Giving our readers a resource for all their beer knowledge needs is our goal and so I asked my buddy Scott Shreffler, a Certified Cicerone,...
February 27, 2012 - 11:00am
The city’s first commercial brewers weren’t German, according to local beer historians Peter Guetig and Conrad Selle; they were Britons named Ainslie, Metcalfe and Nuttall, and their ale-making breweries — opened circa 1830 — were located between Sixth and Seventh streets north of Market. (East Coast breweries preceded them by two decades.)
This article appears in the February 2012 issue of Louisville Magazine. To subscribe, please visit Lou.com.