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Being Beer In A Bourbon Town

Like the bourbon industry, Louisville and Southern Indiana’s brewers have been reborn —  more than 20 have opened, and the beer scene is thriving, including world-class festivals and internationally recognized beers. Yet, the tourism bureau devotes only a couple of pages to beer in its tourist guide, and GotoLouisvile.com has a page listing the city’s breweries, with a bit of history attached. Otherwise, the brewing profile in Louisville has remained well behind that of bourbon.”      

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