Kentucky’s two largest brewers may be cooking up something special.
Louisville-based Bluegrass Brewing Company’s bottling operation and Lexington Brewing and Distilling Co. (LBDC), maker of Kentucky Ale and several other beers, have begun talks to produce a collaborative brew.
Currently, the product has been loosely dubbed the I-64 Corridor Collaboration: LBDC-BBC Limited Edition Collaboration Brew, though no official production timeline has been set.
While both breweries produce premium bourbon barrel-aged beers, there also is no indication barrel-aging will be used.
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