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Pearl Street Taphouse set to open Dec. 3 in Jeffersonville

November 27, 2016 superuser 0

This refurbished house in Jeffersonville will soon be home to Pearl Street Taphouse. Photos by Kevin Gibson.

In a former home in downtown Jeffersonville — a structure that has survived fires and the 1937 flood — a new craft beer-themed bar, Pearl Street Taphouse, will open Saturday, Dec. 3. The building, owned by Jeffersonville Main Street Inc., originally was two blocks away, but it is one of four homes moved and zoned […]

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Turkey To-Go: A look at some of Louisville’s best Thanksgiving takeout

November 20, 2016 superuser 0

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By Elizabeth Gerber | StyleBlueprint If the thought of spending Thanksgiving in the kitchen, rather than visiting with family and friends, has you feeling less than thankful, listen up: It’s time you enlist one of these Louisville-area businesses to help you serve up a respectable turkey dinner. And if you want the holiday without the hassle at […]

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Michter’s new master distiller shrugs off her rare feat in a male-dominated role

November 20, 2016 superuser 0

Pamela Heilmann, master distiller of Michter's | Photo by Sara Havens

In mid-October, word spread that Louisville’s Michter’s Distillery was having a shift in senior production staffing. The master distiller, Willie Pratt, a legend in the industry with more than 45 years of experience, wanted to transition to a more flexible schedule, so he took on the “master distiller emeritus” title. This left the captain seat open and warm. Michter’s president, […]

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An inside look at the new Jeptha Creed Distillery in Shelbyville

November 13, 2016 superuser 0

The Nethery family: Joyce, Autumn, Bruce and Hunter | Courtesy of Jeptha Creed

The Nethery family’s motto is Ne oublie, which translates to Don’t forget where you come from. And it is with that in mind they opened the doors of Jeptha Creed Distillery in Shelbyville Friday, making it the first locally owned distillery to operate in Shelby County since Prohibition. At an official opening celebration and ribbon cutting […]

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21c expands its private-selection bourbon and whiskey offerings

November 8, 2016 superuser 0

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This summer, Insider shared the news that 21c Museum Hotel was getting in on the private selection/single barrel action. While several bars, restaurants and liquor stores in town offer one-of-a-kind, staff-selected spirits, this program is unique because not only can you taste the product at Proof on Main or Garage Bar, you also can purchase a bottle […]

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On fire: A look at the rapid expansion of Joella’s Hot Chicken

October 27, 2016 superuser 0

Free buffet tonight at Joella's Hot Chicken. | Courtesy of Joella's

Restaurateur Tony Palombino debuted his new concept Joella’s Hot Chicken in late August 2015, and within a year, he opened three more. “With Joella’s, when we opened up, I recognized that this had some legs to it a lot quicker than expected,” Palombino said. “I didn’t have such ambitious plans for the brand until probably four weeks in, […]

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