Even the most rigid temperance fanatic would not fail to be impressed by the gleaming, copper-clad grandeur of the Browning’s Brewery three-story brewhouse, truly a building within a building that towers over the bar at 401 E. Main in Louisville. The brewpub, named for a 19th-century baseball star, occupies retail space in front Louisville Slugger Field, the city’s minor league ballpark.
Appearances aside, brewmaster Brian Reymiller provides a solid roster of house ales and lagers, and to prove it to you, he’ll be venturing to the Sunny Side this week for another in a series of beer events hosted by Keg Liquors (617 Lewis & Clark Parkway, Clarksville). The tasting is scheduled for Thursday, March 29 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Brian recently commenced small scale bottling in 22-oz “bombers,” which are being distributed in Southern Indiana by North Vernon Beverage Company. His Barleywine and Imperial Bourbon Barrel Stout both will be featured at the Keg Liquors tasting, along with Louis the XVI Guillotine ESB, Fleur de Lis IPA and She-Devil Imperial IPA, the latter three on draft.
As is his custom, Todd Antz of Keg Liquors will be discounting bottles of Imperial Bourbon Barrel Stout on the night of the tasting.
For more information on the beer portfolio at Browning’s, visit Rate Beer’s site. The brewpub's home page has moved; here's the new site.