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No single website or blog can cover the explosive craft beer scene in Kentucky and Southern Indiana (see how I didn’t use the term “Kentuckiana”?). That’s why LouisvilleBeer has gathered the RSS feeds of the best local beer news sites & blogs and put them in one central location. Maybe we’ll introduce our readers to yet another good source. Thanks to all who are part of this. Let’s keep Kentuckiana (D’oh!) beered!

The Potable Curmudgeon

"Think Globally, Drink Locally -- Indiana Beer."

Where beer geeks get offended. Welcome to the world of beer as viewed by the founder of the New Albanian Brewing Company in New Albany, Indiana, who reminds you that beer is far too important to be left to Rate Advocate.

Sam Calagione outlines the Doctrine of Trojan Geese Transubstantiation.

Funny, isn't it?

When I say and write almost exactly these same things, local Indyucky beer aficionados look at me as if I've urinated on Baby Jeeebus.

Then they trot right out to buy Dogfish Head .....
Author: | Posted: February 24, 2015, 2:26 pm

The PC: Happy Gravity Head!

The PC: Happy Gravity Head!

A weekly column by Roger A. Baylor.

For the uninitiated, Gravity Head is a month-long celebration of potent beers held each year since 1999 at NABC’s Pizzeria & Public Ho...
Author: | Posted: February 23, 2015, 2:08 pm

Louisville brewers on ideas for beer and food pairing.

Have food, will beer. Or vice versa.

Local brewers talk beer and food pairing, by Dana McMahan (Courier-Journal)

I'm flattered to bat leadoff -- all hail the power of alphabetizing.

Here are the other...
Author: | Posted: February 22, 2015, 1:48 pm

The many faces of Faust.

Photo credit: Linked article in RFT

Thanks to a Twitter exchange between Stan Hieronymus and Mitch Steele, I was made aware of this excellent article about Faust -- a St. Louis restaurateur and lage...
Author: | Posted: February 21, 2015, 11:45 pm

Structurally, both punk and craft beer are left-wing movements.

Different art form, similar reasoning.

"Craft" beer originated with revolutionary upheaval against the stultifying weight of special interests as exemplified by robber baron capitalism. How can that...
Author: | Posted: February 21, 2015, 11:14 pm

Glynis Ridley

Professor Glynis Ridley speaks on the daring first woman to circumnavigate the globe at Locust Grove [Books]

Professor Glynis Ridley speaks on the daring first woman to circumnavigate the g

The 21st century is alive with scurrying, jet-setters of all breeds.  If copies of SkyMall are to be trusted as an accurate litmus test, wayfaring travelers of the modern age are a diverse bunch of intrepids, ranging in myriad tastes, backgrounds and motivations.  The modern journeyman can snooze easily through 10,000 miles with minimal fear of pirates, scurvy or the clap.  Minimal.  But our casual (dare I say blasé?) relationship with world-traversing voyages is yet another extremely recent development thanks to human ingenuity (a.k.a innovations for the sake of being as lazy – excuse me, “efficient” – as possible).  It was not long ago that a zealous traveler needed cutlass, courage and male parts to conquer the globe. 

Enter Jeanne Baret.  Sporting a sailor’s disguise, with an attitude to match, Frenchwoman Jeanne Baret would become the first woman to circumnavigate the globe in 1766, joining a list of real life wonder women kicking-ass in a haze of testosterone.  Join University of Louisville professor Glynis Ridley as she discusses the life and discovery of this remarkable sailoress at Historic Locust Grove’s Afternoon Lecture Series this Wednesday, June 6th, at 1pm.

Based on her 2010 release, the book The Discovery of Jeanne Baret, Dr. Glynis Ridley’s presentation will explore the 18th Century voyage that would place Baret on the map – literally.  Posing in disguise as a man, Jeanne Baret joined Bougainville’s expedition and found her place working as an assistant to the mission’s botanist.  Completing a journey both dangerous and daring, Ridley will tell Jeanne’s story, discuss her book and explain the process of reconstructing what really happened on the voyage.

Admission to the Afternoon Lecture Series is $3 for Friends of Historic Locust Grove and $5 for the rest of us.  Delectables in the form of dessert and coffee will kick off the discussion at 1pm, with Dr. Ridley’s presentation beginning following the nibbles at 1:15pm.  Been a while since you braved the seven seas?  Make the journey to Locust Grove this week and marvel at the badass-ery of one of history’s most intrepid travelers – and all without a single SkyMall.

Historic Locust Grove is located on 561 Blankenbaker Lane.

For more information, visit Locust Grove’s website.

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Hoosier Beer Geek: A Beer Blog for Indiana, from Indianapolis

Hoosier Beer Geek was established in 2006 as an excuse for "The Knights of the Beer Roundtable" to drink and rate beer. Since then we've become a bigger part of the Indiana brewery community, with experience organizing all three of the Brewers of Indiana Guild's major events: Winterfest, Indiana Microbrewers Festival, and Bloomington Craft Beer Fest. Our goal is to make the site a valuable asset to all fans of better beer in Indiana.

Into the Woods with #goodbeerbuckshot

Written by Jake Koeneman

I needed this. Since I first went hunting with my dad as an eight year old, autumn nights in the Wisconsin woods have alway...
Author: Jake | Posted: November 11, 2014, 11:17 am

Press Release: Central State and Black Acre Sign Contract Brewing Partnership

November 2, 2014 - INDIANAPOLIS - Central State Brewing, a new Indianapolis Brewery founded by experienced brewer Josh Hambright, is proud to annou...
Author: Jake | Posted: November 2, 2014, 11:21 am

Georgia: A Beer Geek's View

As many of you know, I have now lived in Macon, Georgia for over a year.  If you're not familiar with Macon, maybe you're familiar with its exports...
Author: rodney | Posted: October 6, 2014, 1:00 pm

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Chilly Water Brewing

It’s First Friday in the Fletcher Place/Fountain Square neighborhoo...
Author: Hoosier Beer Geek | Posted: October 3, 2014, 2:30 pm

Tips and Ground Rules for TFN11: Tailgate for Something | Saturday, October 4, 11am

We hope to see you at TFN11: Tailgate for Something on Saturday, October 4, from 11 a.m. to ??? at Black Acre Brewing Company's new production faci...
Author: Jim | Posted: October 2, 2014, 5:38 pm

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