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    So it’s the middle of the week. It’s not quite Monday where you can moan and groan about going back to work, but it’s not close enough to see the light at the end of the tunnel for the weekend. After the end to a long work day, how do you unwind? I don’t know about you, but sometimes just having good food, company, and a beer can turn a week around. Luckily for us, finding a good beer around here is not a rarity!

    As we all know, Louisville and Indiana are no strangers to beer. Not only is this area highly populated with breweries, but they are all widely exceptional and popular. Everyone has their personal preferences, but they are all packed and full of life, especially on trivia night. But what could possibly build this reputation up more? Another brewery, of course!

    Another brewery will be added to our Louisville craft beer selection. Akasha Brewing Company is going to be a “small-batch craft brewery” and will located at 909 E. Market Street. If you check out their Facebook, you will see that they are ready to hit the ground running.

    Not only is their paperwork in, but demolition has begun. They have started to post pictures of their new home and the progress that has been made. Akasha is ready to kick back and grab a beer. Are you? Akasha Brewing Company will be up and running in no time! Akasha’s grand opening will not be so far away with their work ethic and enthusiasm so make sure you check their Facebook for updates. 

    Photos provided by Akasha Brewing Company's Facebook Page.

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    About Taylor Ichinose

    I am an incoming senior (finally!) at the University of Louisville. I will be graduating with three degrees: English, Spanish, and Humanities. I intend to continue my education and get my masters in English next year. I have had the pleasure of working at both Louisville Magazine and over the last year.

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