Copper & Kings celebrates German flavors with their second “You’re The Wurst” party tonight, Friday, Oct. 13 from 7 p.m. to midnight. The event will be outside on the expansive terrace at Copper & Kings Distillery, 1121 E. Washington St. in Butchertown. Continue reading “You’re The Wurst Too” sausage party
Tonight, Thursday, Sept. 7, the inaugural Craft Beer Throwdown happens at Bowman Field, beginning at 6 p.m. Six local breweries will compete for audience approval as offering the best beer, and proceeds will benefit the Coalition for the Homeless, a local organization that assists homeless people in the Louisville area. Continue reading Craft Beer Throwdown benefits Homeless Coalition
Restaurant chefs and non-professional cooks with a flair for using fresh, local ingredients are needed by New Roots, the West End project to provide better foods in an area deemed a “food desert.” Local chefs and home cooking enthusiasts are invited to Cook to the Root, a cocktail reception at Monnik Beer Co.,1036 E. Burnett St. from 6-8 p.m. Sunday, April 9. Continue reading Demo chefs needed for New Roots
Friday, Oct.14, from 7 p.m. to midnight, the courtyard of Copper & Kings brandy distillery will be the scene of “You’re the Wurst,” a punny-named “Very Practical & Well-Organized Sausage Party,” part of the ongoing Oktoberfest shenanigans at several venues around town. Continue reading “You’re The Wurst,” says Copper & Kings
Where else should an Oktoberfest celebration be other than in the Germantown/Schnitzelburg neighborhood? Surprisingly, the neighborhood Oktoberfest today, Saturday, Oct. 1. will be the first official celebration of this traditional German reason to party in this traditional German part of town. Continue reading Oktoberfest today in Germantown
Friday, Sept. 23 from 4 to 10 p.m. the Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) will host the 8th Annual Louisville Brewfest at the Louisville Slugger Field, 401 East Main St. The event will feature independent local and regional beer, among other attractions. Continue reading 8th Annual Brewfest tomorrow
Because they fill up, of course. Because a lot of diners in town realize that special menus related to interesting wine, beer or even cocktail choices are fun. Such dinners allow chefs more flexibility and the chance to try out new dishes, or use unusual ingredients. Such dinners allow diners to sample wines or beers they may not be familiar with, wines that are often good values, and not that pricey at retail. And such dinners are a good reason to try out restaurants you might not have tried yet. Here are three dinners that are up in the next week. Try one. Continue reading What? More special dinners? Why?