LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky is known for good bourbon and good brews, and the latter will take center stage soon during Louisville Beer Week. The community-wide event returns this year, set to run from Oct. 22-29.

What You Need To Know

  • Louisville Beer Week returns Oct. 22-29

  • This year's iteration is called "The Pouring Twenties"

  • 23 local breweries are participating in the week-long celebration

  • Participants can snag commemorative "Pouring Twenties" cups at participating taprooms

This year's celebration is dubbed "The Pouring Twenties," simultaneously a nod to the past and a celebration of the evolving beer scene of the Derby City.

Louisville Beer Week will once again feature beer collaborations, panel discussions, and over twenty events put on by twenty-three breweries, organizers said. Thirsty patrons can now be quenched like never before with a limited-edition “Pouring Twenties” 22 oz. commemorative cup that will be made available in participating brewery taprooms.

Participating Louisville breweries this year include:

  • 3rd Turn Brewing
  • Against the Grain Brewery
  • Akasha Brewing Co.
  • Apocalypse Brew Works
  • Atrium Brewing
  • Butchertown Brewing
  • Chimera Brewing Co.
  • Falls City Beer Co.
  • Gallant Fox Brewing
  • Gordon Biersch
  • Goodwood Brewing
  • Gravely Brewing
  • Great Flood Brewing
  • Hi-Wire Louisville
  • Holsopple Brewing
  • Hometown Brewing Co.
  • Mile Wide Beer Co.
  • Monnik Beer Co.
  • Old Louisville Brewing
  • Shippingport Brewing
  • Ten20 Craft Brewery
  • West Sixth Nulu
  • Wild Hops Brewery

More details and a full schedule of events can be found here.

Breweries will also release their own version of Scruffy Outlier Pale Ale, a tribute beer named in honor of Monnik Beer Co.’s late head brewer, Scott Hand, who passed away in early September.


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