Our First Anniversary
Sep
2
12:00 pm12:00

Our First Anniversary

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Our Grand Opening will feature Fire and Ice, a local food truck known for it's excellent fare. Have a craft beer on our patio and taste the best food that the Pennyryle has to offer.

Munich Oktoberfest
Sep
16
Oct 3

Munich Oktoberfest

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

The Munich Oktoberfest (Munich Beerfest) is one of the most famous events and the world's largest fair. Oktoberfest 2016 will be no exception. With some six million people attending every year, it is an important part of Bavarian culture. Think Disneyland for adults. Think must do!

Munich's Oktoberfest began life as a wedding for the Bavarian crown prince Ludwig to princess Therese from Saxony-Hildburghausen (hence the name of the Theresienwiese) on October 12, 1810 and attended by the local community. Today the Munich Beerfest traditionally takes place during the sixteen days up to and including the first Sunday in October with Oktoberfest 2016 starting on Saturday, 17th September until Monday the 3rd of October.

Drink Beer Day
Sep
28
12:00 pm12:00

Drink Beer Day

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Today is Drink Beer Day! Raise a pint and toast to one of the oldest and most popular beverages in human history.

There are hundreds of different varieties of beer, but they all fall into one of two categories—ale or lager. Historians believe that humans have been producing beer, or some form it, since the Neolithic Era. The oldest continuously operating brewery in the world is in the Bavaria region of Germany. The Weihenstephan brewery began producing beer in the year 1040. Today, the company exports fourteen different brews all over the world.

There’s really only one way to celebrate Drink Beer Day! Gather a group of friends for a beer tasting at home or at your favorite bar. Be sure to check for promotions and giveaways that might be going on in your area. Cheers!

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International Stout Day
Nov
2
12:00 pm12:00

International Stout Day

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

International Stout Day is a worldwide celebration of the iconic beer style, Stout. Taking place in homes, pubs, breweries and restaurants; it’s all about celebrating the craft beer revolution, relishing in this beloved beer style, sharing your photos, tasting notes and events with the world.

Repeal Day
Dec
5
12:00 pm12:00

Repeal Day

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

The turn of the twentieth century was a dark time in America. The Women's Christian Temperance Union, which had been promoting Prohibition for many years, believed alcohol was the cause of many, if not all, social ills. Mistruths like this were spread. Lines were drawn. Bars and taverns were vandalized. People were killed. On January 16th, 1919, Congress passed the Eighteenth Amendment, outlawing alcohol and ostensibly putting an end to drunkenness, crime, mental illness, and poverty.

National Lager Day
Dec
10
12:00 pm12:00

National Lager Day

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

It’s National Lager Day! Lager is a type of German beer that is bottom fermented and lightly hopped. It is usually stored for at least three weeks after brewing before it is served.

Lager is the dominant style of beer throughout the world, except in England where ale is the favorite style. The only real difference between ale and lager is that ales ferment and age quickly at warm temperatures, while lagers ferment and age slowly at cool temperatures. These different types of fermentation allow for a vast difference in flavor and aroma.

To celebrate National Lager Day, head to your favorite pub and enjoy a refreshing brew of your favorite lager or try brewing your own!

Festivus
Dec
23
12:00 pm12:00

Festivus

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

"Happy Festivus" is the traditional greeting of Festivus, a holiday featured in the Season 9 episode of Seinfeld named "The Strike", which first aired on December 18, 1997. Since then, many people have been inspired by this zany, offbeat Seinfeld holiday and now celebrate Festivus as any other holiday.

Louis Pasteur's Birthday
Dec
27
Dec 28

Louis Pasteur's Birthday

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

In 1854, Pasteur was appointed professor of chemistry and dean of the science faculty at the University of Lille. There, he worked on finding solutions to the problems with the manufacture of alcoholic drinks. Working with the germ theory, which Pasteur did not invent but further developed through experiments and eventually convinced most of Europe of its truth, he demonstrated that organisms such as bacteria were responsible for souring wine, beer and even milk. He then invented a process where bacteria could be removed by boiling and then cooling liquid. He completed the first test on April 20, 1862. Today the process is known as pasteurization.

New Beers Eve
Dec
28
12:00 pm12:00

New Beers Eve

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Come out to HBC on NEW BEERS EVE to celebrate new beers! Curious about how we make our beers? Help brew our latest small batch - an American Barley Wine - starting at noon. Mill the grain, stir the mash, add the hops, pitch the yeast - it's a hands-on event from start to finish.

 

And while you're brewing, have a pint of our new Winter Warmer - a malty brew with hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger. 

 

Looking forward to ringing in the New Year but still want to get to bed at a decent time? Or are you a social butterfly with lots of parties to attend on the same night? We have a solution:

 

CELEBRATE EARLY WITH US.

 

We'll be setting our clocks ahead four hours to welcome 2017 a little early! Our ball will be dropping at 8pm (although the taproom clocks will say midnight) - so you'll still have plenty of time to hit the next party on your list (or get to bed for a good night's sleep.)

Buy Mom a beer day (Mother's Day)
May
13
12:00 am00:00

Buy Mom a beer day (Mother's Day)

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

A lot of Moms don't drink beer...but they haven't tried OUR beer. We have a Fruit Sour and Chocolate Stout. Bring her In and give her a treat. 

Yes, we know it's Sunday and we're not open. Don't let that ruin her Mother's Day...come in on Saturday and buy her a growler.


The Redwood Climbers
Jul
22
6:00 pm18:00

The Redwood Climbers

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Clarksville duo The Redwood Climbers are back at HBC! They play a variety of covers from several genres, putting their own unique spin on each one.

Roux and the Willing
Jul
21
6:00 pm18:00

Roux and the Willing

  • Hopinsville Brewing Company

Roux & The Willing is a trio headed by front man Kent Wells, a singer-songwriter from Western Ky. Kent spent time playing with multiple bands in Nashville for several years before meeting his wife and moving back to Kentucky. While serving in his local church, Kent met Sean Finley who started to play drums in youth praise band. Sean had been away from music for awhile before joining up with Kent to help lead youth worship. The two became good friends and decided to pursue music together, and have been trading tunes ever since. They are joined by Austin Brown on bass guitar. The name Roux comes from the base of gumbo. Kent's father has a deep passion for Creole food. Kent was born the middle child of three and was the free spirit of the family. He was given the nick name Roux from birth. The Willing comes from a biblical reference that states God will equip and the willing. We write songs about life, love, and faith. Bob Marley once said that his music is like injecting love into a broken world. We feel the same way. If we can't do something positive with our music, then what are we doing it for?

St Arnold's Day (Patron Saint of Brewers)
Jul
18
3:30 pm15:30

St Arnold's Day (Patron Saint of Brewers)

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

"To the Europeans in quest of their family history, Metz uncovers a birthplace: Saint Arnold, Mayor of the Palace a bishop who then became a hermit, the paternal ancestor and spiritual father of French Christendom.

One cannot forget that Charlemagne was a 6th generation descendent of Saint Arnold. Whenever one refers back to distant periods, the facts and myths get mixed together to create the legend."

Delta Sweets
Jul
8
12:00 pm12:00

Delta Sweets

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

About

Fudge, Fudge Kits, and other seasonal Southern favorites

 

Awards

2015 State Fair other fudge flavors:
1st place- peanut butter-milk chocolate swirl
2nd place- maple with walnuts... See More

 

Products

Fudge
Fudge Kits
Cookies
Ice Cream

Roux and the Willing - Live Music
Jul
7
6:00 pm18:00

Roux and the Willing - Live Music

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Roux & The Willing is a trio headed by front man Kent Wells, a singer-songwriter from Western Ky. Kent spent time playing with multiple bands in Nashville for several years before meeting his wife and moving back to Kentucky. While serving in his local church, Kent met Sean Finley who started to play drums in youth praise band. Sean had been away from music for awhile before joining up with Kent to help lead youth worship. The two became good friends and decided to pursue music together, and have been trading tunes ever since. They are joined by Austin Brown on bass guitar. The name Roux comes from the base of gumbo. Kent's father has a deep passion for Creole food. Kent was born the middle child of three and was the free spirit of the family. He was given the nick name Roux from birth. The Willing comes from a biblical reference that states God will equip and the willing. We write songs about life, love, and faith. Bob Marley once said that his music is like injecting love into a broken world. We feel the same way. If we can't do something positive with our music, then what are we doing it for?

Kentucky Craft Bash -  Hosted by Kentucky Guild of Brewers
Jun
24
12:00 pm12:00

Kentucky Craft Bash - Hosted by Kentucky Guild of Brewers

  • 231 East Witherspoon Street Louisville, KY, 40202 United States

On Saturday, June 24th, at Louisville Waterfront Park’s Festival Plaza, the Kentucky Guild of Brewers will host it’s first annual brew fest, Kentucky Craft Bash. We’re excited to invite you to this fest for brewers and beer lovers alike to benefit Kentucky craft beer. The KGB brewfest will be the state’s largest beer festival featuring beers produced within the Commonwealth by Kentucky Craft Brewers. This event will host over 30 Kentucky breweries highlighting more than 70 varieties of beer. Not only will you enjoy the Kentucky brews you love, you will also try exclusive, experimental beers hard to find outside the fest, as well as brews that rarely make it out of the brewery’s taproom. Save the date and don’t miss the largest most exclusive taproom in the nation this summer at Festival Plaza!

Fridays@5 Rolls Out June 23rd with Gil Gann Trio
Jun
22
1:30 pm13:30

Fridays@5 Rolls Out June 23rd with Gil Gann Trio

  • Founders Square

After a highly popular 2016 debut, the Fridays@5/Sounds on the Square series rolls back into downtown Hopkinsville starting Friday, June 23.  The Gil Gann Trio performs from 5-9 pm at Founders Square, sharing free music with a Louisiana blues influence that churns a unique mix of jazz, rock, reggae and funk.
 

     Food trucks from D’s Barbecue and Old Soldier Soup and Sandwich will provide dining variety during the evening, along with Tangy Roots frozen yogurt.  The beverage tent is being run as a fundraiser for the Pennyroyal Arts Council.

     “Fridays@5 was a big hit last year and we are excited to be working with Downtown Renaissance again this summer to continue the trend of more events and more people converging on downtown Hoptown,” said Parks and Recreation Superintendent, Tab Brockman.  “We’ve got a great lineup of talent for the summer.  In fact, our motto is Friday’s never sounded so good!  So, bring your tastes for music, food and beverage - along with your lawn chairs - downtown for outstanding Friday evenings at Fridays@5.”

     Downtown Renaissance Director, Holly Boggess, echoed the enthusiasm for Round 2 of Fridays@5.

     “Downtown Renaissance is always eager to partner with the organizations involved in bringing folks downtown and we enjoy working with Parks and Recreation.  The entertainment lineup is outstanding and the opportunity enjoy music, food and fun is wonderful.  This is just another chapter in the growing story of great things happening in Hopkinsville.”  

     The complete lineup of Fridays@5 events and featured entertainment is:  June 23 – Gil Gann Trio; July 28 – Murr-Vegas All-Stars (pop, dance); August 18 – Jimmy Church Band (part of Summer Salute); September 15 – Badgett Playhouse presents “Sounds of Memphis” (think Branson, MO Show).  All events are free with food and beverage offerings available for purchase. 

     For information on all Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation sponsored events, visit www.hoptownrec.com, follow Parks and Recreation on Facebook or Twitter, or call 270-887-4290.

Buy Dad a beer day (Father's Day)
Jun
18
12:00 am00:00

Buy Dad a beer day (Father's Day)

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

'A bill to accord national recognition of the holiday was introduced in Congress in 1913.[17] In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson went to Spokane to speak in a Father's Day celebration[18] and wanted to make it official, but Congress resisted, fearing that it would become commercialized.[19] US President Calvin Coolidge recommended in 1924 that the day be observed by the nation, but stopped short of issuing a national proclamation.[18] Two earlier attempts to formally recognize the holiday had been defeated by Congress.[18][20] In 1957, Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith wrote a proposal accusing Congress of ignoring fathers for 40 years while honoring mothers, thus "[singling] out just one of our two parents".[20] In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day.[19] Six years later, the day was made a permanent national holiday when President Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972.[18][19][20]"

Barre and Brew
Jun
10
12:00 pm12:00

Barre and Brew

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Come join the Barre and the Brew Crew at the brewery!

There are 13 slots open for the Barre class at noon, so sign up now to secure a spot! 

The class cost is $13 and includes your choice of one of Hopkinsville Brewing Company's finest brews.

The Retrovales
Jun
1
5:00 pm17:00

The Retrovales

  • Hopkinsville Brewing company

The Retrovales are a touring duo from Huntsville, AL. Their music is a blend of folk and pop with an emphasis on acoustic roots, strong lyrics, and mesmerizing harmonies. In early 2016, SarahJayne Balash and Corey Travis Bean began performing together in dive bars and breweries across the southeast, quickly picking up a fan base. After signing to BassLine, the two released their debut self-titled album, The Retrovales, on February 18, 2017. It is available on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon.

The Crowded House - HBC's 1st Tap Takeover
May
31
9:30 am09:30

The Crowded House - HBC's 1st Tap Takeover

  • 26 W Center st Madisonville, KY

Heading to Madisonville on Friday night? Stop by The Crowded House to check out HBC's very first tap takeover! We'll be pouring Yellow Cab Wheat Ale, Hype Hop Hooray Citra Session IPA, and our latest release, Gant's British Golden Ale! 

Overtime Sports Bar & Grill
May
26
4:00 pm16:00

Overtime Sports Bar & Grill

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company
We are all about having a good time at Overtime Sports Bar and Grill. Whether you want cheer on your favorite team, put your trivia skills to the test, or prove to your friends that you are unbeatable on the cornhole boards, we are a one stop destination for great food, endless fun, and a relaxed atmosphere. Since we opened the doors June 22nd of 2009, we have worked relentlessly to find out what our customers want and deliver it to them. Our menu is one of the best menus ever put together whether your in the mood for piled high nachos libre or a succulent sirloin, we have something for everyone. We are grateful for the opportunity to provide our customers with the Overtime experience and look forward to continuing that relationship for many years to come.

We are all about having a good time at Overtime Sports Bar and Grill. Whether you want cheer on your favorite team, put your trivia skills to the test, or prove to your friends that you are unbeatable on the cornhole boards, we are a one stop destination for great food, endless fun, and a relaxed atmosphere. Since we opened the doors June 22nd of 2009, we have worked relentlessly to find out what our customers want and deliver it to them. Our menu is one of the best menus ever put together whether your in the mood for piled high nachos libre or a succulent sirloin, we have something for everyone. We are grateful for the opportunity to provide our customers with the Overtime experience and look forward to continuing that relationship for many years to come.

Overtime Sports Bar & Grill
May
20
4:00 pm16:00

Overtime Sports Bar & Grill

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

We are all about having a good time at Overtime Sports Bar and Grill. Whether you want cheer on your favorite team, put your trivia skills to the test, or prove to your friends that you are unbeatable on the cornhole boards, we are a one stop destination for great food, endless fun, and a relaxed atmosphere. Since we opened the doors June 22nd of 2009, we have worked relentlessly to find out what our customers want and deliver it to them. Our menu is one of the best menus ever put together whether your in the mood for piled high nachos libre or a succulent sirloin, we have something for everyone. We are grateful for the opportunity to provide our customers with the Overtime experience and look forward to continuing that relationship for many years to come.

Rocky Allen Band
May
19
5:00 pm17:00

Rocky Allen Band

  • Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Nashville Recording Artist the Rocky Allen Band has had their fan base grow exceptionally as they have performed in Pennsylvania, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Virginia. They have also set attendance records at venues, performed at well- known fairs, and have shared the stage and events with professional artists.

The Rocky Allen Band has also been featured on several radio stations newspapers, and television programs. In addition to playing original music, Rocky (vocals and guitar) and his band (Phil McCoy - bass guitar, mandolin, vocals and Kevin McAndrews - drums) find musical influence in a wide variety of artists such as Brothers Osborne, Blink 182, Waylon Jennings, and The Eagles.


Their single "Passenger Seat" will be available May 28th, 2017

Founders Square Feast: A Farm to Table Event
May
15
6:30 pm18:30

Founders Square Feast: A Farm to Table Event

  • Founders Square

Come celebrate our local agricultural community during our 2nd annual farm to table event featuring a gourmet meal served on-site under the lights of the Downtown Farmers Market Pavilion just before sunset while enjoying live, ambient music. The meal features locally sourced meat, along with fresh fruits, vegetables, breads & spirits all produced in the Hopkinsville-Christian County area. Tickets are $50 per person and cover the 4-course meal as well as a $10 voucher to be used at the Downtown Farmers Market. A cash bar will be available. All proceeds go to benefit the Downtown Farmers Market and to provide education to the communtiy about healthy eating options and locally grown agricultural products. Tickets are going FAST - call 270.887.4285 to reserve your seat!!