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Gordon Biersch celebrates Active Heroes

Thursday, Nov. 9, from 6-9 p.m., Gordon Biersch Restaurant and Brewery, Fourth St. Live, will celebrate Veterans’ Day with a special tapping of their Veterans Day IPA, $3 pint drafts of the American IPA style ale, and bluegrass music by the Whiskey Bent Valley Boys. Continue reading Gordon Biersch celebrates Active Heroes

3rd Annual Pints for Parkinson’s at Gordon Biersch

Wednesday, April 19 at 6 p.m., the Pints for Parkinson’s Foundation in partnership with Gordon Biersch and 4th Street Live will host the 3rd Annual Pint’s for Parkinson’s Charity Fundraise. The highlight of the event will be the tapping of Gordon Biersch’s Maibock Lager brewed by Beer Master, Nick Landers. The beneficiary of the event, Parkinson Support Center, promotes awareness about Parkinson’s disease and help those in Kentuckiana navigate life with Parkinson’s.  Continue reading 3rd Annual Pints for Parkinson’s at Gordon Biersch

Hip Hops — Gordon Biersch: Still Leading with Lager

[Originally published in the F&D Fall 2015 issue]

Märzen, known as Oktoberfest in its autumnal guise, is an Old World style of lager beer originating in the German state of Bavaria.

Talk is cheap, so let’s have a sip — strictly for research purposes.

This Märzen is orange-tinged amber, with a rich, Continue reading Hip Hops — Gordon Biersch: Still Leading with Lager

And, over in Butchertown, its Lock, Stock & Smoking Barrels

Competing fall festivals make it hard for dedicated local party goers to know which neighborhood to hang out in this weekend, Saturday, Sept 20.  In Butchertown, Copper & Kings brandy distillery, 1111 E. Washington St., is the host for a Craft Beer Week party they are calling Lock Stock & Smoking Barrels.

This will be “a festival of barrel aged beer, brandy and smoking hot food & music,” according to their press release. The main feature–aside from music and food–will be barrel-proof brandy tastings and 12 breweries serving 24 beers, including several made just for the event by being aged in brandy barrels. Continue reading And, over in Butchertown, its Lock, Stock & Smoking Barrels