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Four Roses, Brooklyn Brewery collaboration beer to launch this fall

Limited-release Brooklyn Black Ops beer aged in Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon barrels

State’s tribute to craft beer drinkers almost here

Specialty brews start appearing Oct. 28.

Beer cans may help recruit younger poll workers

Beer labels help with recruitment, voter registration.

Local brewery adjusting to socializing through online orders

Ethereal Brewing Public House had a different start compared to other businesses, they opened on April 13th but instead of opening their doors, they were forced to roll with the punches through online services.

Kentucky lawmakers pass coronavirus-relief measure

Kentucky lawmakers passed a coronavirus-relief bill to help workers and employers suffering economic damage from the pandemic.

Kentucky sheriff arrested for second DUI while in office

According to WDRB in Louisville, Pate's blood-alcohol level was almost twice the legal limit. They also report that this isn't the first time Pate has been arrested for DUI while serving as sheriff.

Frankfort/Franklin County debate Sunday alcohol sales

Franklin County will vote this week on whether or not to allow alcohol sales on Sunday's.

House OKs bill raising limits on sales by microbreweries

When someone wants to purchase a keg of beer from craft brewer Adam Watson, he has to turn them away because Kentucky law limits his sales per cust

Police: Man drank beer, ate corn dog while shoplifting

Police say a man had drank a beer and eaten a corn dog at a Walmart in Kentucky before being arrested for shoplifting.

Lexington Fest of Ales

The Lexington Fest of Ales is Friday, September 1st at Cheapside Pavilion.

Alltech Brewing Company stopped by with some great Bourbon

Alltech Brewing Company stopped by with some great Bourbon and shared some of their beers that are infused with Bourbon.

The Bourbon Social: Beer, Bourbon & Bacon Garden Party

A celebration of beer, bourbon and bacon - all in one sitting. Explore tastings and cocktails with Bluegrass Distillers' spirits, bacon infused bites, and local craft beer

Winchester Beer Cheese Festival

Winchester Beer Cheese Festival

Brewers: Climate right for craft beer expansion in Kentucky

For centuries, Kentuckians have distilled and drank bourbon. The brown liquor surely isn’t going anywhere but there’s another drink capturing the hearts and taste buds of Kentuckians from Louisville to Ashland, and Covington to Somerset.

Four juveniles in custody following beer assault

Four juveniles were in custody Friday night after reportedly assaulting a man who had bought them beer at a liquor store, according to Lexington Police.

RPD: Intoxicated woman arrested; drinking beer in Rite Aid bathroom

A trip to the Rite Aid ended in a trip to jail for a Richmond woman.

LPD: Driver holding a beer at crash scene when officers arrived

Lexington Police say when officers arrived at the scene of a car crash Thursday night, the driver was lying in a yard holding a beer.

KSU helps create pawpaw beer

The pawpaw fruit has become largely forgotten but Kentucky State University is hoping to change that and it is getting some help from beer-lovers.

West Sixth Brewing announces West Sixth Farm project

On Tuesday, West Sixth Brewing unveiled a new direction. The brewery plans to grow beer ingredients, as well as brew beers and ciders, on the new West Sixth Farm.

Williamsburg to expand alcohol sales

Voters in Williamsburg on Tuesday cast their ballots to expand alcohol sales.

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State late with final round of P-EBT cards

Last batch of cards may not go out until next month

With month to go, area utilities know what it’s like to say thanks

Company crews, contract partners help restore service during an unprecedented year.

State gets $188,000 in Home Depot data breach deal

Home Depot agrees to take steps to prevent future problems.

‘Let’s Make a Deal’ car sale leads to therapy grants for Madison kids

Hogg Therapy is partnering with The Joy Project to provide grants to children who need therapy services or equipment that insurance will not cover.