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Beards at the Brewery
Oct
27
6:00 PM18:00

Beards at the Brewery

Do you have a beard? Do you own more hair-care products than your wife/mother/all the women in your life COMBINED? Best of all: does your beard rival our brewer's? (And no, he's not allowed to enter the competition.)

We've teamed up with our friends at The Miller's Son to bring the ultimate beard competition to the brewery! Our judges include barbers, brewers, and people who know and love beards.

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Run for Beer
Sep
29
9:00 AM09:00

Run for Beer

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. :) )

***NOTE*** Due to downtown road closures, this month's run will start at the North Drive trailhead. 

Who's with us?

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History on Tap - In Coal Mining Country
Sep
20
6:30 AM06:30

History on Tap - In Coal Mining Country

Join the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County at our next History on Tap program at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company on Thursday, September 20 at 6:30pm. Local storyteller Ann Roseberry will skillfully weave a tale about her family’s experiences in the coal mines of Hopkins County.

In her talk “In Coal Mining Country,” Ann Roseberry combines an account of the Daniel Boone Mine Disaster of October 27, 1941 in Hopkins County and her family’s personal narrative of that event. Did her grandmother’s premonition or second sight keep her grandfather from being among the dead that day? She also tells the story of her paternal grandfather and his long and hard life in the mines of Western Kentucky. Did a random act of kindness save him on the day when a section of the mine collapsed? 

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Will Run for Beer
Aug
25
9:00 AM09:00

Will Run for Beer

  • Christian Cnty-Hopkinsville Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

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 North Drive trailhead due to Summer Salute Downtown
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History on Tap- Were They Really Green?
Aug
23
6:30 PM18:30

History on Tap- Were They Really Green?

Christian County Historian William T. Turner will share his take on the day that the community of Kelly was allegedly invaded by out-of-this-world beings. In his talk “Were They Really Green?” Turner will relate stories about the famous night in 1955 when something unexplainable occurred at the Sutton farm. The story became a national phenomenon and fueled ongoing interest and speculation about aliens visiting Earth. This story, like so many, proves that everything has a Hoptown connection.

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Will Run for Beer
Jul
28
9:00 AM09:00

Will Run for Beer

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.

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Will Run for Beer
May
19
9:00 AM09:00

Will Run for Beer

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?

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History on Tap
May
3
6:30 PM18:30

History on Tap

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.

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Will Run for Beer
Apr
21
9:00 AM09:00

Will Run for Beer

  • Trailhead behind Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library. (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

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?

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Will Run for Beer
Mar
31
9:00 AM09:00

Will Run for Beer

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. :) ) 

Who's with us?

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Girl Scout Cookie & Craft Beer Pairing
Mar
15
4:00 PM16:00

Girl Scout Cookie & Craft Beer Pairing

Who doesn't love craft beer and Girl Scout cookies? We've paired your favorite local craft beers with your favorite cookies, but feel free to mix and match your flight.

And not only do craft beer and Girl Scout cookies taste delicious together, you'll be supporting this month's non-profit organization: the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana's local service unit. A portion of our sales fund a scholarship to help local Girl Scouts attend camp this summer.

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History on Tap
Feb
22
6:30 AM06:30

History on Tap

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County and Hopkinsville Brewing Company are partnering together for a new series: History on Tap. This program series will be held at Hopkinsville Brewing Company and will feature presentations from history lovers about a variety of topics related to local and regional history. All programs will be free to attend.

We will kick off this series next Thursday, February 22 at 6:30pm with a salute to local African American writers. Join us for a program featuring works by Ted Poston, Claybron Merriweather, Bettiola Fortson, and bell hooks as read by some of our favorite folks. 
Upcoming programs in the series will be on the 4th Thursday of each month. More details to come. Contact the Museum at 270-887-4270 with any questions.

We hope you’ll join us to learn more about local history while enjoying a local brew!

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