We are fortunate to work with and learn from some of the smartest and most accomplished people in our industry. Whether they're talking about beer, wine, and spirits or a special event in our community, we're excited to share their expertise and knowledge with you!
National Red Wine Day
Raise a glass on National Red Wine Day. It's a fantastic beverage and it does more for you than just taste great!
Dortmunder Gold Lager - Great Lakes Brewing Co.
Great Lake's Dortmunder Gold Lager has won numerous awards in its history. In 1990 it struck gold at the Great American Beer Festival!
Wine Passport - Languedoc-Roussillon Region
The Languedoc-Roussillon region is France's largest wine region. At nearly 1,200 square miles it's known for its blends and its exceptional ...
National Pinot Noir Day
August 18th is National Pinot Noir Day! Raise a glass to this stubborn, fussy, yet delicious grape!
Latest Trends vs. Traditional Styles - Rhinegeist Brewery
How does Rhinegeist balance the latest trends in craft while keeping up with the traditional styles they brew?
Wine Passport - Provence Region
Known for its beautiful beaches and crystal blue water, the Provence Region of France is also known for its Rosé.
Evolution of Craft Beer - Mother Stewart's Brewing Co.
Kevin Loftis of Mother Stewart's Brewing Co. got his first job in craft beer 25 years ago. How has he seen the industry change?
Wine Passport - Sud-Ouest Region
The Sud-Ouest (Southwest) Wine Region in France is home to Malbec and has some of the best values you'll find in French wine.
Phoenix Hill Area Brewing History - Gravely Brewing Co.
Gravely Brewing Co's brewery & tasting room in the Phoenix Hill neighborhood of Louisville has a brewing history that dates back to the 1860...
National Wine & Cheese Day
July 25 is National Wine & Cheese Day. What is the best way to make sure your wine & cheese pairing is a winner?
Canning Beer - Great Lakes Brewing Co.
In 2017 Great Lakes Brewing Co. rolled out cans for the first time in its history...
Wine Passport - Rhone Valley Region
The Rhone River Valley in France is divided into two regions. Syrah & Viognier are the wines of choice in the north, while red blends mainly...
Wine Passport - Bordeaux Region
The Bordeaux Region of France is known for some of the best and most expensive wines in the world.
What's in a Name? - Mother Stewart's Brewing Company
What goes into naming a craft brewery? For Mother Stewart's it was a nod to history from one of the city's most famous residents.
Three Thieves Wines
This triumvirate has made it their mission to prove you can drink high quality wine without paying the top shelf price.