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    Louisville Magazine’s beer and booze guide, Louisville SWIG, is in its second year of publication and we’re having a huge party to celebrate. Come out to the Brown Hotel tomorrow night (12/5/2014) to celebrate with us with tastings from some of the best breweries, wineries, distilleries and restaurants this town has to offer. Below you’ll find a list of vendors who’ll be at the party, pouring some amazing samples of food and drink.

    To go with the Prohibition theme of the party, entertainment will be provided by Billy Goat Strut and the New Lou Swing Dance community. Twenties-era fashion is encouraged, though not required.

    A portion of proceeds from the event will go to APRON, a local non-profit dedicated to helping members of the Louisville restaurant community.

    You can buy your ticket here!


    Great Flood Brew

    Gordon Biersch Brewery

    Sterling Beer


    BBC Productions

    Falls City/ River City Draft House

    Country Boy Brewing

    West Sixth

    Apocalypse Brew Works

    Eight Ball

    Against the Grain

    Cumberland Brews


    Heaven Hill- Evan Williams

    Coppery & Kings

    Four Roses

    Gentleman Jack

    Lime Stone Branch Distillery

    New Riff

    Ole Smoky Distillery

    Old Forester

    Monkey Shoulder

    Vodka/ Craft Spirits:




    Old 502

    Forest Edge Winery


    Drake’s Come Play- Sushi


    Frozen Delights

    Meta- Cocktails

    Art Eatables

    Loop 22



    Marks Feed Store

    Joy Luck- Food & Cocktails

    The Oakroom, at the Seelbach

    Hawthorn Beverage


    Cellar Door Chocolates


    Formé Milliner

    Louisville Water Company


    Albert Schmid & Kevin Gibson Book Signings

    Mint Julep Tours

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