A Craft Beer Festival To Benefit The Old Louisville Neighborhood Council
COUNTDOWN TO THE OLD LOU BREW FESTIVAL
When: Friday, August 24, 6-10 pm
The fourth Friday in August.
Where: 1340 S. Fourth St. in Central Park
2 miles south of downtown Louisville.
Why: Support the Old Louisville Neighborhood
Largest Victorian district in the USA.
“Music with real passion, steel-toed drive, and the ability to fill the listener with intense wanderlust.”
That’s how the band Bridge 19 describe themselves. It sounds like real craft beer listening music to us and that’s why we’ve booked them to perform at Old Lou Brew this October 6th!
We will welcome Amanda Lucas, Audrey Cecil, Meg Samples, Jeff Faith, and Joey Thieman to The Edison Center!
Admission is $10 ($8 in advance online).
A ticket gets you in the gate with live music from Bridge 19 and two samples from any brewery.
Against The Grain
Akasha Brewing Co.
Bluegrass Brewing Co.
Falls City Beer
Goodwood Brewing Co.
Gravely Brewing Co.
Great Flood Brewing Co.
Milewide Beer Co.
Monnik Beer Co.
Old Louisville Brewery
The Old Louisville Visitors Center
The Old Louisville Neighborhood Council is a nonprofit organization of the 15 neighborhood associations representing 12,000 residents and businesses.
The OLNC finds community-based solutions to problems. We fight urban blight and rejuvenate communities. Our Preservation District has the largest collection of Victorian architecture in the U.S.
We advocate for preservation, plant trees and help maintain Central Park. We work on zoning issues, establish block watch programs, put on free concerts, give to the vulnerable in our community, and support local businesses.
We strive to do more.