July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
Which means that, for this writer, Derby (hopefully) will end sometime this morning.
I've lived in Louisville since 2007 and have gone to the Derby every year since coming to town. I've learned a few things:1. Calvin Borel could ride a donkey in the Derby and still go off at 5-1 odds.2. My birthday, May 7, always falls around the first Saturday in May. This year it was on...
May 18, 2011 - 12:17pm
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 because well...beers run out)  Boombozz Taphouse (Highlands)    Founders KBS    Founders Centennial IPA    Founders Double Trouble    Founders Curmudgeon Old Ale   ...
July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
WANTED: One safe place to hide from potential monk smiting...I'll bring the beer.
So this week I was on a mission of sorts...I was out to get a bottle of the new Sierra Nevada Ovila Abbey Dubbel.  I'd been wanting to try the first beer in this series since I found out they were going to be released (a Saison & Quad will be following throughout the rest of this year...
May 10, 2011 - 6:36pm
Bourbon-lovers, you're in for a treat! Five new additions to Louisville's Urban Bourbon Trail are sure to add fun to any adventure.
Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail is expanding its tour of whiskey distilleries and must-visit bourbon stops.  The trail, which sends whiskey lovers on a mission to visit a variety of Louisville bars and restaurants, recently added Ramsi’s Café on the World, Buck’s Restaurant...
July 29, 2012 - 7:50pm
Ferdinand's Ball raises money for Old Friends on Oaks Eve
Ferdinand's Ball was held last night at the Frazier International History Museum. In its sophomore year, the goal was to slim down their expenses to maximize fundraising for the ever important Old Friends Farm, which rescues retired thoroughbreds, saving them from the likes of the glue factory.