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    Country ham, kimchi, corn dogs, beer, pimento cheese and bourbon - April has a little something for everyone! These are the four events I won't miss this month.
     
    Cured & Crafted 
    April 11  |  10AM-4PM
    Copper & Kings American Brandy
    A unique twist on the farmer’s market, Cured & Crafted is an Artisan Market featuring products from local craftspersons in an exceptional location. Goods include Kenny’s Farmhouse Cheese, Exum’s Double Smoked Country Ham, Funked & Fermented Kimchi Lab, and Duck Duck Beet CSK & Farm. Plan for a satisfying afternoon.
     
    Kentucky Derby Festival Chow Wagon 
    April 23 – May 1  |  11AM-11PM
    Waterfront Park
    It’s hard to resist a corn dog, funnel cake, and an Italian sausage – especially when it’s not fair season. Increase your stomach’s enjoyment by attending Winefest (April 28) or Beerfest (April 29).
     
    The Cheese & Beer Affair: Gouda & Dutch Beer  
    April 27  |  5PM-8PM
    Louisville Beer Store
    In celebration of Holland’s King’s Day, the Beer Store is hosting a beer and cheese tasting featuring all things Dutch. Pairing events at LBS are a great way to spend a casual evening.
     
    Pimento Cheese Social 
    April 29  |  7PM-10PM
    Stitzel-Weller Distillery
    Kick off Derby weekend with this favorite southern staple – pimento cheese - six different ways. This year you’ll enjoy dishes from Feast BBQ, Garage Bar, Grind Burger Kitchen, Please & Thank You, Proof on Main, and Wiltshire Pantry Bakery & Café, as well as cocktails from Bulleit Bourbon. 
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    Full disclosure - I like to eat. I like to drink. I like attending events. Born and raised in Louisville. I’ve been called social a few times.

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