On Saturday, June 23rd, at Louisville Waterfront Park’s Festival Plaza, the Kentucky Guild of Brewers will host its first annual Kentucky Craft Bash. The Kentucky Craft Bash will be the state’s largest beer festival that will only feature beers produced within the Commonwealth by Kentucky Craft Brewers. This event will host over 30 Kentucky breweries featuring more than 90 varieties of beer. And don't worry we have live music to keep you entertained and food trucks to fill your bellies. Not only will you be able to enjoy the Kentucky brews you’ve come to love, you will be able to sample experimental beers that will never go into widespread distribution, and beers rarely found outside of a brewery’s taproom or brewpub. For one day this summer, Festival Plaza will transform into the largest most exclusive taproom in the nation!
From Worlds Alike was founded in Clarksville, TN, as a metal band. Eventually, the majority of the band moved slightly south of Nashville and began producing some slightly more mellow vibes, but with a natural eclecticism due to a variety of different influences, from jazz, metal, funk, and rap.
The Retrovales are back by popular demand! A touring duo, 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.
"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."
Bikes & Moore is partnering with the Hopkinsville Brewing Company once again for "Pedals & Pints Summer Solstice" bicycle ride. This 8 mile family-friendly free ride will be a laid-back evening bike ride around Hopkinsville.
The details: Sign up and ride start will be at The Hopkinsville Brewing Company, Thursday, June 21st. 6pm sign up with roll out at 6:30 sharp. The ride will end at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company at around 7:30pm.
The fine print: Riders of all ages are welcome, but you must be 21+ to drink beer. Helmets and lights are highly recommended. All riders will be required to sign a liability release and all riders under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Enjoy beer and bicycles responsibly.
'A bill to accord national recognition of the holiday was introduced in Congress in 1913. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson went to Spokane to speak in a Father's Day celebration and wanted to make it official, but Congress resisted, fearing that it would become commercialized. US President Calvin Coolidge recommended in 1924 that the day be observed by the nation, but stopped short of issuing a national proclamation. Two earlier attempts to formally recognize the holiday had been defeated by Congress. 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". In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day. Six years later, the day was made a permanent national holiday when President Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972."
We are excited to be taking this mobile record shop even FURTHER on the road. We'll be setting up shop at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company on Saturday, June 2nd from 3-8 pm. Stop by for some deliciously crafted local beers, good company, and of course VINYL!!!
See you there Hopkinsville ❤
Memorial Day or Decoration Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. The holiday, which is currently observed every year on the last Monday of May, was held on May 29, 2017. The holiday was held on May 30 from 1868 to 1970. It marks the start of the unofficial summer vacation season, while Labor Day marks its end.
Many people visit cemeteries and memorials, particularly to honor those who have died in military service. Many volunteers place an American flag on each grave in national cemeteries.
Memorial Day is not to be confused with Veterans Day; Memorial Day is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving, while Veterans Day celebrates the service of all U.S. military veterans. - Wikipedia
Caleb has been singing most of his life and is an alumni of the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts (GSA). He loves all music but is trained as a classical Opera singer; however, rock music is his passion. Caleb's inspirations are Guns & Roses, Ed Sheehan, Jimmy Page & Stevie Ray Vaughn, so he is definitely a throwback to the days of classic & 80's Rock!
Join us for our ongoing History on Tap series! This month, author and documentary producer Joshua Maxwell joins us to share the history of the Hoptown Hoppers and the Kitty League. Kick off the summer - and baseball season - with local history and a local brew!
This soulful, rockin' female, originally from Chicago, has had a passion for singing throughout her entire life. Growing up in a household that was rich in music, her influences were widely varied from artists such as Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt, The Pointer Sisters, Eva Cassidy, Etta James, Joss Stone, Jason Mraz, Black Eyed Peas, Christina Aguilera, and many more.
Despite these modern musical influences, Lauren was classically trained throughout most of her early life. She began classical piano lessons at the age of 8, was an active member of several choirs and began taking classical voice lessons when she began high school. She eventually took her love of singing to the Quad Cities and obtained a bachelors degree in music with an emphasis on voice at Augustana College. Initially she planned on becoming an opera singer, but quickly realized that rock and soul music were more her style.
Having listened to those around her, telling her that music and the arts were difficult fields to have a career in, Lauren followed the safe path in life, making sure she had a "back-up" plan while working on her music and performing. This lead her to The University of Kansas to complete her masters degree in music therapy. She worked for several years as a music therapist on a pediatric unit and at a school for at-risk youth in Kansas City. However, even with a steady job she found that passions don’t die easily, and despite her love of working as a music therapist, she was ready to take on the challenge of making music performance her career.
After officially completing her masters in 2012, Lauren began performing solo gigs around the greater Kansas City area and eventually put together a full band. She released her first official EP, “Do & Hope”, in August 2014. Fittingly, this EP was named after the unofficial motto of Lauren’s mother’s side of the family, who often remarked, “Just do it and hope it turns out okay.”
Lauren released her first, full-length CD titled, "Truly Me" in August 2015. And two singles, recorded in the legendary Ocean Way Nashville Studios, in 2016. Shortly after these releases she finally made the leap into becoming a full-time musician and moved to Nashville in February 2017.
Since moving to Nashville, Lauren has continued to tour and is currently working on a new release, due out in the summer of 2018.
Run your fastest half-mile. For the ten fastest runners (five men and five women), that's the price you'll pay for your pints - until your fellow runners knock you off the board.
(21 and up run for beer, 20 and under run for free soft drinks. :) )
The starting line is at the trailhead behind Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library.
Who's with us?
Kate's brewed a special beer just for this event. Join us for a night of Craft Beer & Curve Balls. Socialize and celebrate the start of the Hoppers Season. At 7 p.m. you can name the Hoppers New Mascot.
- Door Prizes
- Live Music
- Holiday Burger Food Truck
- Hopper/Baseball Mystery Beer
- Special Pint Glasses
FREE BEER. OK, now that we have your attention, Bikes & Moore is partnering with the Hopkinsville Brewing Company in presenting the inaugural "Pedals & Pints" bicycle ride. This 8 mile family-friendly free ride will be the first in a series of laid-back evening bike rides around Hopkinsville.
The details: Sign up and ride start will be at the Farmer's Market, 9th and Bethel Streets, Thursday, May 17. 6pm sign up with roll out and 6:30 sharp. The ride will end at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company, 102 East 5th Street (3 blocks from the start point) at around 7:30pm. Enjoy a pint and celebrate with your new bike friends. And the best part: the first 50 riders to accept our invitation will get a free beer, compliments of your friends at Bikes & Moore and the Hopkinsville Brewing Company!
The fine print: Riders of all ages are welcome, but you must be 21+ to drink beer (free or otherwise). Free beer offer limited to the first 50 riders that reply "going" on the Facebook event page. You'll receive a wristband that can be redeemed only on May 17 after the ride has ended. Helmets and lights are highly recommended. All riders will be required to sign a liability release and all riders under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Enjoy beer and bicycles responsibly.
Superlawn & Garden and Hopkinsville Brewing Company are partnering to bring a few of your favorite things together! We invite you to participate in the first PINT and PLANT at Hopkinsville Brewing Company, downtown Hopkinsville!
Perfect for a date night, girls night or great therapy for the seasoned or novice gardener.
You create your own moss covered hanging basket for yourself or to give as a gift. Superlawn & Garden owner, Paul Sova, will explain plant choices, plant pairing and help you understand fertilizing and care and we are also providing your pint of choice from the HBC Brew Crew!
The cost is $30.00 which includes a 14" moss lined basket, potting mix and all plants your basket can hold and a PINT of brew!
The event is limited to 22 participants and requires pre-payment by Saturday, May 12, 2018. Payments may be made by check, cash or credit card at Superlawn & Garden, 1108 N. Main Street, or Hopkinsville Brewing Company, 102 E. 5th Street, Hopkinsville, KY 42240.
For additional information and to pre-register, email: email@example.com or call 270-885-grow or 270-987-3115.
A Fun Run with Hopkinsville Running Group. Have we mentioned that our owner, Kate, likes to run? Have we mentioned that every month, we have a Will Run for Beer Competition where the top 10 will get a beer for the money equal to their run time? Have you noticed that every Wednesday night, we have a group of 'mildly sweaty but in great shape' regulars that are rebuilding their carbs and liquids? Join this fun group and get some exercise.
Your favorite restaurants...and our friends...will be offering cuisine made with beer from Hopkinsville Brewing Company. You've seen the recipes we've shared from CraftBeer.com, now taste what the best chefs in town can make with the best beer in town.
- Corner Coffee House
- 8th Street Cafe'
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.
Doug Briney embodies all things country: His personality is warm and inviting, some would say down-to-earth, recalling the disposition of many a Southern Gentleman from yesteryear. A multi-award winning performer from several Independent Country and Country Gospel organization, this God-fearing road warrior, with the warm baritone voice, love for all things country, is as down to earth as they come. Doug has recorded three full length albums and is looking to record again in 2018.
Cinco de Mayo (pronounced [ˈsiŋko ðe ˈmaʝo]; Spanish for "Fifth of May") is an annual celebration held on May 5. The date is observed to commemorate the Mexican Army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla, on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza.
In the United States, Cinco de Mayo has taken on a significance beyond that in Mexico. In the U.S. the date has become associated with the celebration of Mexican-American culture. In Mexico, the commemoration of the battle continues to be mostly ceremonial, such as through military parades.
In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is sometimes mistaken for Mexico's Independence Day—the most important national holiday in Mexico—which is celebrated on September 16, commemorating the Cry of Dolores that initiated the war of Mexican independence from Spain. - Wikipedia
Stars Wars Fan? Come on by and celebrate the Fourth. Have beer on patio (no, it’s not Alderaan, it’s safe) and ponder how Luke made that run on the Death Star using The Force…. or Why Luke’s prosthesis didn’t stay behind when he joined The Force in “The Last Jedi”.
DATE CHANGE: The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County’s next History on Tap program at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company will be next Thursday, May 3 at 6:30pm. This month’s program will explore the county’s rich equine history. From breeding to racing, Christian County has long been connected to one of our state’s most well-known past times.
Kick off Derby Weekend with a bit of local history and a pint of local brew!
This program replaces the one regularly scheduled for this Thursday, April 26.
Troy Breslow is a singer-songwriter of Country and Americana music from Hampton Roads, Virginia. Troy has made a name for himself at a young age performing in the Tidewater area and has released two studio EPs on his own label, Half A Station Wagon Records. Since his inception as an Americana artist, he has shared playbills with nationally accredited touring acts such as Dom Flemons, The Hackensaw Boys, and Wayne Henderson.
Breslow began playing guitar and piano at age twelve and shortly after that he began writing songs while discovering the music of Bob Dylan. In his senior year at Tabb High School (2012-2013) he was voted “Most Talented” by his graduating class. In 2016, Troy competed in Smithfield, VA's very own Aiken & Friends Festival Songwriting contest, and won first place with his song "I Wish."
In the Winter of 2018, Troy relocated to Nashville, TN to pursue a more frugal songwriting career and to expand his route as a touring artist. Upon his arrival in Tennessee, he was awarded Country Artist of the Year by VEER Magazine in Norfolk, Virginia. His latest record "Politics and Roadrage" was also nominated for "album of the year" as well as its title track for "song of the year."
You can find out more about Troy at www.troybreslow.com