Nov 17 2011

Drink Beer in a Church*

So you haven’t been to the Holy Grale on Bardstown Road yet? I’m not sure why.  Do you not like drinking craft beer in a century-old renovated church? Maybe it’s the inexpensive and delicious food menu featuring different cheeses, chocolates, scotch quail eggs, fries with different sauces, pretzels, or sweet potato & black bean tacos.  Nonsense! This place is awesome, you just haven’t been there because you don’t know what you’re missing! And here’s the perfect excuse to cross Holy Grale off your Louisville bucket list this December 13th-December 24th:

20 rotating holiday beers from around the world on tap for 12 days. What more could you want for Christmas from us here at Holy Grale?

Beers from the following breweries will be represented:
Mahr’s, Mikkeller, Blaugies, Struise, Nogne-O, Scaldis, Chouffe, Kulmbacher, Oppigards, St. Bernardus, To Ol, des Geants, De Ranke, Ommegang, Bell’s, Great Lakes, Three Floyds, Brooklyn, Schlafly and more… stay tuned for the final tap list.

Image courtesy of Jessica Fey Photography.

20 rotating taps. Happy holidays indeed.  Everyday from 4pm til close. 1034 Bardstown Road.

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2 comments to Drink Beer in a Church*

  • [...] Tea is unveiling their new brunch menu and behold the first item on their list is my former bucket list food, the Scotch Egg! But the hillbilly way is to serve it with a bison sausage coating with [...]

  • [...]  Holy Grale: Going to church is a nice activity. It’s even more fun when you get to eat grilled cheese in church and wash it down with a few pints of beer! While the Holy Grale is not an actual church anymore, but you get that feeling as the restaurant is a century-old renovated church that still allows you to dine at the pews. Check out their Grale Grilled Cheese off their snack menu with gruyere, spicy cheddar beer cheese, bacon, blue dog bread. Address: 1034 Bardstown Road, Louisville, KY Menu  [...]

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