Falls City Brewing Co.

The Falls City name has been a Louisville tradition since 1905 when the brewery first opened.  After closing its doors in 1978 the brand was revived in 2010 as a craft brewery reminiscent of the style created pre-prohibition.  The English Pale Ale was the first new beer created, but since then we are continuing to brew different styles each week.  With our brewery and taproom now open at 545 Barret Ave the general public can come in to sample our beer and take home a growler of fresh local beer.


Address

545 E. Barret Ave.

Louisville, Kentucky 40204

www.fallscitybeer.com

Hours:

Thursday & Friday: 4pm-8pm

Saturday: 2pm-8pm

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