It may not seem like that big of a deal, but the green sticker you see in the photo at left is cause for celebration here at Blue Stallion Brewing Company. Turns out when you're adding as many new fixtures as we are, the approval process isn't so simple.
Since the first round of t-shirts we put up for sale were in such high demand, we decided to order another batch of shirts in time for holiday gift-giving. Now you can choose between two colors: charcoal gray and black.
NOVEMBER 8, 2012 AT 2:35 PM, BY MELODY BAETENS Last week, Big Rock Chophouse in Birmingham got rid of its 15-barrel, copper tank brewing system from the restaurant in anticipation of Griffin Claw Brewing Company. Griffin Claw, 575 S. Eton St. in Birmingham, will be the new home of Big Rock Chophouse’s award-winning beers starting next spring.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012, By The Lexington Streetsweeper Many of you know that I follow the happenings of the dining and entertainment scene, especially when it appears to bring new life to our downtown neighborhoods. Sometimes I get in on the early stages while other just transition very quietly. Such is the case this week. After hearing very li
LOUISVILLE, Ky., (October 15, 2012) – by John Wurth LouisvilleBeer.com: Tell me a little about your team, and the experience behind them: Blue Stallion Brewing: We have 5 partners involved in the brewery; Jim Clemons – chemical and process engineer, Nico Schulz – food science professional and brewer, Xavier Donnelly – MBA holder and e-commerc
Published October 5, 2012 Written by Owen W. Over the past year, beer has become one of Lexington’s fastest growing industries. There has been some experimentation with beer in town before, and Alltech has managed to keep Kentucky Ale a viable and strong brand, but the new craft beer scene is something Lexington really hasn’t seen befor