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
- L'Ville Beer from Louisville.com
- Kentucky Brew Review
- Brewgrass Trail
- Hoosier Beer Geek
The Potable Curmudgeon
The simple pleasures of beering locally.
I'm older now, and simple beer pleasures are the most meaningful to me. They tend to be encountered locally. It is my aim to get unplugged and explore some of them, slowly and thoughtfully. I'd tell you where it's leading, except that I've no idea ... and that's the whole point of the journey: To find out.
The great Roger Miller died far too young. Songwriters need time to develop their musical craft, and if you can't roller skate in a buffalo herd, it's equally impossible to charge $8 for a beer in ...
I didn't read Chelsie's piece until after I'd already written these words.
AFTER THE FIRE: Before the deluge, or knowing how this whole beer business started.
... My contrarian instincts tell me that...
A weekly column by Roger A. Baylor.
The book is Lost Chords: White Musicians and Their Contribution to Jazz, 1915-19...
Neither the poster nor the press release mentions specific "local" beer and bourbon, but the "local" chain newspaper comes to the rescue with this:
Beer will be available from Donum Dei Brewery and ...
Professor Glynis Ridley speaks on the daring first woman to circumnavigate the globe at Locust Grove [Books]
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 mode
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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.
In 2009, the Indianapolis-based website Hoosier Beer Geek held Tailgate for Nothing, a beer and food sharing event. The concept was simple: pick a ...