Come join us for our Maifest celebration to begin Lexington Craft Beer Week! Enjoy the recently released Maibock and the Zinzinnati Bierband performing rock covers and traditional polka music. Try our collaboration beer between Ethereal and Blue Stallion Brewing, a Gose. Maifest wouldn’t be complete without some German-inspired food. The Gastro Gnomes will be on hand with another delicious German style-menu.
We're going to see how many Monnik beers we can get on our taps!
Come enjoy the great beers from our friends at Monnik Brewing in Louisville and help support our community with our Mission Monday program where 10% of sales every Monday go to a local charity or non-profit that impacts Lexington and the surrounding region.
Time for the return of one of our most popular events of Lexington Craft Beer Week! We are again planning to replace the taps with 15-18 all new experimental small batch beers. Many local homebrewers have helped to brew these beers. The Gastro Gnomes will be on hand to pair some great dishes with these creative beer styles. Samples will be limited to 2 per trip to the taps so that we can keep wait times to a minimum.
Our first bottles ever, and we're releasing four at the same time!
We bottled four of our favorite barrel aged beers for a special limited bottle release. Try our bourbon barrel aged version of our Doppelbock, Equuleus Old Ale, Belgian Showers, and Marzen in 22oz bombers. Limit of two (20 of each version per customer.
Two of the barrel-aged Boss Battle Series made it to our taps!
We aged enough of two Boss Battle Series beers to put them on draft too. Some of our maltiest offerings, Gännuhn (Doppelbock) and Müther Bräin (Old Ale), spent a year in bourbon barrels and this is the result! The Yamaguchi food tent will be here for food.
Non-Profit: Bluegrass AMBUCS We are a local non-profit (registered 501(c)3 charitable organization) with a mission to provide specially adapted bicycles to children with disabilities in the Central Kentucky area. Each child is evaluated by a volunteer occupational or physical therapist to determine what accessories and styles they will need, and then our all-volunteer team builds and fits the bike for the child. Children with special needs face so many challenges and barriers throughout their life, and our goal is to reshape the way Lexington and surrounding counties understand disability and inclusion. Every child can ride an adapted bike and deserves the opportunity to do so, despite their unique needs. We have given away 78 bicycles over the past 4 years and would love to make it to 100 before the end of the year. Our biggest need is fundraising/giving initiatives – we currently have over 10 kids waiting to get their bikes! Each bike can cost anywhere from $300-$1,500 depending on the medical needs of the child and we are hoping to do a mission Monday to fund raise for it!Share this:TweetShare on TumblrEmailPrint