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Go For Gin

by Margaret, Horse Blogger

HORSES, HORSES Whenever I'm at the Kentucky Horse Park I take the time to walk up the hill to spend some time with the horses who are members of the Hall of Champions

Their barn is attractive ...

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The Weekly Juicery

by Mindy, Cuisine Blogger

The Weekly Juicery, located on Old Vine Street, was one of the first of now three locations in the state of Kentucky (with locations also in Louisville and Cincinnati). While there are many different ...

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American Mustangs

by Margaret, Horse Blogger

HORSES, HORSES These two friendly-looking horses are Gilligan and Desan. The two American Mustang geldings are recent additions to the Kentucky Horse Park.

American Mustangs are descended ...

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Isaac Murphy

by Margaret, Horse Blogger

HORSES,HORSES In the month set aside to consider the contributions to American history by African Americans, it is fitting to call attention to a black American who did so much for Thoroughbred ...

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Pies + Pints

by Mindy, Cuisine Blogger

 

Lexington welcomes Pies + Pints to it's family of downtown restaurants. Making it's home in The Square (former Victorian Square), the space is full of exposed brick, murals, lighted BEER and ...

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The Year of the Horse

by Margaret, Horse Blogger

HORSES, HORSES By the Chinese lunar calendar the Year of the Horse is almost over.

(Of course those of us who live here in the Bluegrass consider every year to be the Year of the Horse--even ...

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Brewgrass Trail

The craft beer movement in Lexington and the Bluegrass Region is alive and well! True: we are known as the birthplace of bourbon. But we are home to master brewers as well as master distillers! Craft breweries are now scattered across Kentucky, and more and more thirsty travelers are seeking out small craft brewers and locally-made beers in addition to sampling our classic bourbons.  Watch a LexTreks video about the Brewgrass Trail.

The Brewgrass Trail is dedicated to showcasing the craft brewers establishing themselves in the Bluegrass. Here are the breweries you'll want to consider visiting, as well as some great Hop Spots where you are sure to find a great selection of local brews, and an energetic and friendly atmosphere.

You can also stay up-to-date with Brewgrass Trail's facebook page.

Brewgrass Trail Breweries

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Beer Engine

  • 107 Larrimore Lane
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  • (859) 209-4211

Blue Stallion Brewing

  • 610 West 3rd Street
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  • (877) 928-2337

Country Boy Brewing

  • 436 Chair Avenue
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  • (859) 554-6200

Ethereal Brewing

  • 1224 Manchester St.
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  • (859) 309-1254

Rooster Brew

  • 609 Main Street
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  • (859) 707-3436

West Sixth Brewing Company

  • 501 West Sixth Street
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  • (859) 705-0915

Hops Spots

 

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Arcadium

  • 574 North Limestone
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  • (859) 317-9712

JDI Grille and Tavern

  • 319 Cedar Street
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  • (859) 246-0202

Parlay Social

  • 249 West Short StreetSuite 101
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  • (859) 244-1932

Pazzo's Pizza Pub

  • 385 South Limestone
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  • (859) 255-5125

Shamrock Bar and Grill

  • 154 Patchen Dr # 87
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  • (859) 269-7621

Shorty's

  • 163 West Short Street
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  • (859) 309-3813

The Beer Trappe

  • 811 Euclid Avenue
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  • (859) 309-0911

Winchell's

  • 348 Southland Drive
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  • (859) 278-9424