Let’s Toast to the Repeal of Prohibition on Friday at the Brown Hotel! – Our Nation’s Favorite Holiday –
This is a tasting event full of Beer, Bourbon, Wine, Craft Spirits, Cocktails, & Brandy. Oh, and food vendors too! Attire: Casual to classy. 20-30’s Garb is encouraged. $40 per person. Tickets include Food and Drink Tastings. Must be 18 or older to attend. 21 and up to Drink. Event starts at 6:00 p.m. and will end at 9:00 p.m. *If you are a designated driver for the evening- please use Promo Code: DDriver to receive 50% off your tickets.
Louisville Magazine will host a tasting celebration with a Prohibition/Speakeasy theme on Friday, December 5th from 6pm – 9pm at The Brown Hotel. The event will showcase local Bourbon, Craft Beer, Brandy and Wine. Food vendors will also be present at this event. Entertainment will be the band Billy Goat Strut, and the New Lou Swing Dance Community. The 2nd issue of Swig magazine publishes in December. Not only will the event attendees be among the first to see the new issue, everyone will receive a free copy.
With an increase interest in Kentucky’s own craft spirits and beers, the event will celebrate the best we have to offer with over 30 vendors including many from the Urban Bourbon Trail, and the Kentucky Guild of Brewers. Tickets are $40 each and can be purchased www.louisvilleswig.eventbrite.com. Entertainment for the evening comes from the popular The Band Billy Goat Strut, plus New Lou Swing Dance Community will be to dance and teach you a few moves.
In addition we are partnering with APRON, their ties to helping local restaurant owners and staff make them a perfect fit. A portion of the proceeds will benefit them!
About Louisville Magazine
Louisville Magazine is a monthly city-life magazine for residents of metropolitan Louisville. The magazine has won hundreds of awards for writing, photography and design from the Society of Professional Journalists and is widely recognized as the city’s best and most influential non-daily publication.
Regular magazine content includes:
- Stories featuring local people, issues and events.
• The Bit — eclectic morsels about anything and everything that’s happening in Louisville.
• Food & Drink, — a monthly section that delves into Louisville’s culinary scene.
• Architecture & Design — explorations into the city’s built environment.
• Style — all things fashionable in Derby City.
• On the Town, a monthly calendar of events.
• Departments and columns on health, sports, travel, and the arts.
APRON INC. was founded in 2011 by a group of individuals with ties to the local restaurant community. Apron supporters include owners, servers, chefs and others concerned about our local independent food and beverage service workers. They realize that independent restaurant employees may be susceptible to financial distress in times of crisis.
The mission of APRON INC. is to provide temporary, limited financial relief to professional food and beverage industry workers in the Louisville, KY metro area who work at locally owned establishments and are experiencing financial distress due to illness, injury or other issues. Food service professionals who have suffered an accident, family emergency, criminal act committed against such person or other catastrophic event are eligible for assistance.
Art Eatables, BBC, Drakes, Game, Hammerheads, Joy Luck, Loop22, Marks Feed Store, and Roux.
Against the Grain, Alltech Brewing & Distributing, Apocalypse, BBC, Bourbon Society, Copper and Kings, Country Boy Brewing, 8 UP, Ei*ht Ball Brewing, Falls City, Forest Edge Winery, Frozen Delights, Four Pegs, Gentlemen Jack, Great Flood Brew, Gordon Biersch Brewery, Hawthorne Beverage, Heaven Hill/Evan Williams, Louisville Water Company, Meta, Monkey Shoulder Whiskey, New Riff, Old 502, Old Forester, Old Smoky Distillery, Rivulet, Rouf Roses, SideBar, Sterling Beer, Titos, The Oakroom, and West Sixth.
Yelp!, Bourbon Book Signing, Formé Milliner, and Mint Julep Tours.