Community Newsletter | April 2024

April 2024

COMMONWEALTH CREDIT UNION WINEFEST 2024

The Kentucky Derby Festival proudly presents The Commonwealth Credit Union WineFest, returning to the Mellwood Art Center in our Da Vinci and Van Gogh Room’s on April 30th, 2024. The event highlights local wines from over 100 local wineries across Kentucky. For just $75, a general admission ticket includes decadent wine tasting, light appetizers, etched souvenir wine glass, a WineFest event pin and an opportunity to shop the Kentucky Derby vendors and sponsors display. If you are wanting an even more elevated experience they also offer a $125 VIP ticket that gets you in the door one hour earlier starting at 5pm, exclusive access to the VIP private area, a perfectly curated Kentucky inspired Cuisine Sampling, a VIP gift, AND an exclusive barrel Wine Tasting from Kentucky Derby Festival Official Wine Old 502 Winery! Run for the Roses and make the most out of your Derby week! We hope to see you there!!

Learn more & get tickets!

‘SOLES, SADDLE, & SPIRITS’ SOLO EXHIBITION BY PAYTON THOMAS

Payton Thomas is a Louisville native who started his painting journey in high school. He started off painting with a pallet knife just for fun. He then went on to attend the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, GA and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts. In 2018, Payton started to get serious about painting and started working towards perfecting his style using a palette knife and thick texture. He is now a full time painter who captures the essence of each subject with a blend of nostalgia and contemporary flair.

Payton’s exhibition “Sole, Saddle, and Spirits: A Journey through Kentucky” is being featured all month in the Mellwood Art Center’s Pigment Gallery where he pays homage to the quintessential elements of Kentucky’s identity; horses, bourbon, and his personal love for sneakers. His fascination with tennis shoes, symbolic of urban culture and personal expression is juxtaposed with the timeless elegance of Kentucky’s equine heritage, embodied in majestic horses rendered with grace and reverence. Meanwhile, the allure of bourbon, a cornerstone of Kentucky’s heritage, is celebrated through meticulously crafted depictions of iconic bottles, each one telling a story of tradition and craftsmanship. 

Join us for ‘Sole, Saddle, and Spirits’ opening night April 5th in the Pigment Gallery from 6:30-9pm to embark on a visual journey through the heart of Kentucky, where artistry meets heritage, and tradition intertwines with modernity. If you can’t make it to opening night, don’t worry, you will have the opportunity to view this captivating exhibition all month long in the Pigment Gallery during operating hours.

To stay up to date on all of Payton’s new pieces, follow him on instagram @payton.thomas_art and his website: paytonthomas.net

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: KEVIN NORRIS

Kevin Norris began his journey as an artist in 7th grade. From there, he continued to learn and create more pieces using different mediums. He is well versed in many disciplines and his current passion is creating things using his hands. He believes that art is about storytelling and that anyone can be an artist.

He is a skilled illustrator and was featured in The Poster Noster book that was nominated with the artist work for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1983. Back in 2006, he built a Saloon from the ground up and called it ‘King’s Saloon’.

Since then he has been working on many projects for friends and family that appreciate the craftsmanship for his work. Kevin has been at Mellwood for 5 years and enjoys that community and character that the building offers.

BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: BUTCHERTOWN BREWING

Looking for something fun to keep coming back for? Come to Butchertown Brewing for their constantly rotating taps. Located right across from Danny Mac’s Pizza, this small brewery has something for everyone. Along with their “Beer Flavored Beer,” this local gem offers plenty of… not beer flavored beer? Bring in the summer with a 9% Piña Colada, a foamy Vietnamese Ice Coffee shake, or one of the nation’s finest barrel-aged stouts. Come sit inside and watch a movie, sit outside and enjoy the weather, or don’t sit at all and take your beer in plastic on a tour around the Mellwood Art Center. It’s always a good time to have a good time at Butchertown Brewing!

AVAILABLE STUDIOS

Join the community at Mellwood Art Center! We have studio spaces available for artists and small business owners.

  • 121 (780 sf.) $1085/month*
  • 163 (350 sf.) $445/month
  • 179 (1015 sf.) $1560/month
  • 232 (1440 sf.) $2090/month
  • 247 (175 sf.) $225/month
  • 252 (200 sf.) $255/month
  • 278 (760 sf.) $1055/month

*Retail hours required.

Learn more about renting studio space here.

Originally the Fisher Meat Packing Company, Mellwood Art Center turned a factory from 1904 into a small business incubator housing over 170 local artists and entrepreneurs, each one with their own amazing story.

Mellwood Art Center is located in the Clifton Heights Neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. Learn more about their organization online at www.cliftonheightslou.org or check them out on Social Media! Follow them on Facebook here and Instagram at @cliftonheightslou

Community Newsletter | January 2024

January 2024

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Step into 2024 at Mellwood Art Center with a vibrant lineup of events that promise to bring art, community, and celebration together. We anticipate the return of the Mellwood Handmade Market once per quarter in 2024, and in November, the collaboration with the Louisville Artisans Guild continues with the 2024 Juried Art Fair on November 2nd & 3rd. Small Business Saturday on November 30th will shift the focus back to Mellwood’s businesses and artists, emphasizing community support and collaboration. It’s a year packed with creativity, community, and the vibrant spirit that defines Mellwood Art Center. We invite you to come be part of this growing community and look forward to seeing you in 2024!

Check out our new public events calendar online at calendar.mellwoodartcenter.com to learn more about what’s going on this month and throughout the coming year!

MEET THE EVENTS DIRECTOR: OMICAH HOUSE

Omicah House is a versatile and accomplished professional with a diverse background in hospitality and event management, communications, and the arts. He joined the Mellwood Art Center team as the Events Director in June 2023, coming from his role as Event Staff at the Frazier Kentucky History Museum. He has also served previously as Internal Communications Manager and Consultant at the Louisville Downtown Partnership.

Beyond professional roles, Omicah is actively engaged in community service. As Vice President Emeritus and founding member of the Louisville Pride Foundation, he was an essential part of establishing the Louisville Pride Festival which occurs on Bardstown Road in the Highlands each year. He has also been involved with the Commonwealth Theater Center as an Artistic Associate, and the Northalsted Business Alliance in Chicago, IL.

With a passion for success and a wealth of diverse experiences, Omicah House is a valuable asset in events, communications, and community engagement and we are so excited to have him on the team!

MEET OUR NEIGHBORS

Mellwood Art Center is located in the Clifton Heights Neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. We want to serve as a hub for social activity in the neighborhood, and look forward to collaborating with the Clifton Heights Community Council in 2024 to bring even more amazing activities to the area.

Learn more about their organization online at www.cliftonheightslou.org or check them out on Social Media! Follow them on Facebook here and Instagram at @cliftonheightslou

PIGMENT GALLERY EXHIBIT

RESILIENCE &RECOVERY: A WELLSPRING ART THERAPY EXHIBIT

January 5th-29th, 2024

Gallery Hours:
Mon-Fri | 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM*
Sat | 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM*

*except when rented for private events.

ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION

Image Credit: Meredith H

Art is a language that can be utilized when words to describe emotion cannot be found. Wellspring’s mission is to promote mental health recovery and to support individuals in creating healthy and hopeful lives. We focus on person-centered, individualized care to support people along their paths of recovery. The Resilience and Recovery show displays the hard work these clients have put into their own mental health recovery through the power of art. The process of art making can be a method of healing. Wellspring’s art therapy program emphasizes our values of individualized compassionate care for adults with mental illness. There is a powerful story to be told through each individual piece of art.

 

ABOUT WELLSPRING

Wellspring promotes mental health recovery and supports individuals in building healthy and hopeful lives through behavioral health, housing, and employment services.

Learn more about the resources and services available at Wellspring online at wellspringky.org.

FUTURE OPENINGS

  • Friday, February 9th, 2024
  • Friday, March 1st, 2024
  • Friday, April 5th, 2024
  • Wednesday, May 1st, 2024
  • Friday, June 7th, 2024
  • Friday, July 12th, 2024
  • Friday, August 2nd, 2024
  • Friday, September 6th, 2024
  • Friday, October 11th, 2024
  • Friday, November 8th, 2024
  • Friday, December 6th, 2024

ARTIST INQUIRIES

Interested in showing your work in our gallery? Looking for more information about current or future exhibits? Send us a message through our Art Show Inquiry page! We’re always on the lookout for future exhibitions and are always happy to field questions about our gallery!

ROOM RENTAL

The Pigment Gallery is available for special events rental.

SATURDAY: $1,000
SUNDAY – FRIDAY: $800

Request a tour and check availability for the Pigment Gallery or any of our other event venues online at tour.mellwoodartcenter.com.

AVAILABLE STUDIOS

Join the community at Mellwood Art Center! We have studio spaces available for artists and small business owners.

  • 123 – 470 sf. | $650/month*
  • 130 – 240 sf. | $305/month
  • 146 – 200 sf. | $260/month
  • 207 – 125 sf. | $165/month
  • 224 – 520 sf. | $720/month
  • 231 – 893 sf. | $1240/month
  • 232 – 1440 sf. | $2090/month
  • 245 – 120 sf. | $160/month
  • 247 – 175 sf. | $225/month
  • 278 – 760 sf. | $1055/month

*Retail hours required.

Learn more about renting studio space here.

Originally the Fisher Meat Packing Company, Mellwood Art Center turned a factory from 1904 into a small business incubator housing over 170 local artists and entrepreneurs, each one with their own amazing story.

Soul Hi Vegan Participates in Louisville Taco Week

Soul Hi Vegan Participates in Louisville Taco Week

Soul Hi Vegan, which opened on the courtyard at Mellwood Art Center in late 2022, held their first soul food dinner buffet on Sunday, April 16, featuring eight entrees, two desserts, drinks, and two charcuterie boards. The most popular items this Sunday were the Philly cheesesteak egg rolls, Salisbury steak with peppers and gravy, oxtail and rice, and sweet potato pies. The event was a resounding success, and owner Kamysha Blackwell, known to most as Lotus, says this is the first of many more to come.

On the heels of this success, Soul Hi Vegan has joined Louisville Taco Week, which runs from April 17th to April 23rd. The restaurant is excited to showcase its unique and delicious vegan tacos, which are sure to be a hit.

Soul Hi Vegan’s taco offerings for Louisville Taco Week include the Philly Fajita Taco, featuring the restaurant’s signature Soul Hi Philly mix with seared peppers and onions; the Bang Bang Cauliflower Taco, which features fried cauliflower, topped with green onion and chopped purple cabbage, and spicy sweet chili sauce; and the BBQ Mango Taco, which features impossible ground, topped with purple cabbage and cilantro and drizzled with BBQ sauce.

“I’m super stoked to be a part of one of the best weeks ever,” says owner Lotus.

Soul Hi Vegan is located on the Courtyard at Mellwood Art Center in studio 115. The address is 1860 Mellwood Ave, Louisville, KY 40206. Interested individuals can follow the restaurant on Instagram [@soul_hii] and Facebook [@soulhii] to stay up to date on future events and offerings.

Trick-or-Treat at Mellwood Art Center

Trick-or-Treat @ Mellwood Art Center

Friday, October 28th, 6-9 PM

This month for Open Studio Night, the tenants of Mellwood Art Center are planning something special! In addition opportunities to shop and tour open studios, everyone is invited to come in costume! Kids can trick-or-treat at participating studios, and there’s even a costume contest for the adults! Don’t miss the costume parade starting in the courtyard at 7pm in order to enter the costume contest!

TRICK-OR-TREAT for the KIDS
COSTUME CONTEST for the GROWN-UPS
PRIZES & MORE!!

EVENT SCHEDULE:

6-9 PM | Trick-or-Treat & Shop
7 PM | Costume Parade & Contest (courtyard)
8:30 PM | Costume Contest Winners Announced* (courtyard)

*Must be present to win.

FREE ADMISSION. FREE PARKING.

2022 Upcoming Events

2022 Upcoming Events

There are a lot of cool ways to get involved at Mellwood Art Center and we’re working on making a list to help you find out all the deets in one place. Here is what we’ve compiled so far for the rest of 2022. Note that not all the events are hosted by Mellwood Art Center, and links are provided to more details where available! Mellwood artists and tenants should contact walk@mellwoodartcenter.com if you’re hosting an event that you believe should be listed! 

Saturday, October 22nd
Market on Mellwood Fall Festival | 10:30am-3pm (Details)

Friday, October 28th
Open Studio Night | 6-9pm (Details)

Friday, November 4th
Pigment Gallery Art Opening | 6:30-9pm (Details)

Friday, December 2nd
Open Studio Night | 6-9pm (Details)
Pigment Gallery Art Opening | 6:30-9pm (Details)

Saturday, December 10th
Market on Mellwood Holiday Bazaar | 10am-3pm (Details)

 

Open Studio Night

The artists and small businesses at Mellwood Art Center invite you to tour their studios and explore Mellwood.

Typically the last Friday of each month from 6-9 PM, this event is hosted by Mellwood in conjunction with the participating artists and businesses.

Stop by to learn more about what artists are doing in their studios, enjoy local beer brewed right here at Mellwood, shop for some local art, grab some pizza for dinner, and support artists and small businesses!

Art Openings

Each month our Pigment Gallery features an exhibition of works by local artists! Openings are typically on the first Friday of the month, but it varies, so check back monthly to see when that’s happening.

Market on Mellwood

by Barn Doors and More

This market brings over 70 unique vendors to Mellwood Art Center while also featuring the Mellwood Antiques & Interiors and many other shops and small businesses at Mellwood Art Center.

The event is typically 10am-4pm, and there are a number of dates still coming up in 2022. Email barndoorsplus@gmail.com for more information. 

Open Studio Night Returns in 2022

It’s been over 2 years since the last Open Studio Night at Mellwood that used to be held in conjunction with the Frankfort Avenue Trolley Hop. This year after a 2+ year hiatus the artists and businesses at Mellwood Art Center are ready to welcome the community back for our once monthly open studio night. The first one is Friday, July 29th from 6-9 PM, with future dates slated for 8/26 and 9/30.
 
Details about our first upcoming event are below! You can find even more info in the Facebook Event Page (don’t worry, you can look at it even if you don’t have Facebook) by clicking the More Details link below.
 
Open Studio Night @ Mellwood Art Center
Friday, July 29th, 6-9pm
FREE ADMISSION. FREE PARKING.
 
The artists and businesses of Mellwood Art Center invite you to the first Open Studio Night of 2022. Come by to learn more about what artists are doing in their studios, enjoy local beer brewed right here at Mellwood, shop for some local art, grab some pizza for dinner, and support artists and small businesses! Live music from 6-8 PM sponsored by Danny Mac’s.
 
LIVE MUSIC 6-8 PM!!!
The Buzzard Rock String Band
Sponsored by Danny Mac’s Pizza
 
Watch LIVE PAINTING by artist Jason M. Lois 6-9 PM.

(More Details)

 

New to the Site: Artist & Business Directories

New to the Site: Artist & Business Directories

We are excited to announce a new feature of our website, one which has been long requested. We recently finished creating online directories for our artist and small business tenants. These new directories are meant to help connect site visitors with tenants and help increase their online visibility. Site visitors are able to send messages through the listing to the artist or small business they wish to contact. Additionally, directory listings allow for a brief description, which is a chance to give prospective customers or clients an elevator pitch. Logos and links to websites can be included in listings as well.

We have taken the liberty of creating listings for most of our current tenants. When creating the listings, unless told otherwise, the email addresses which tenants have provided the office are used as the means of contact. While not visible to site visitors, the email addresses are required to create the listing. When contacting tenants, visitors complete a brief contact form which is sent to the tenant’s email. We encourage tenants to review their listings to ensure the information is correct (Artist Directory | Business Directory). If you need any listing information changed, want to have your listing removed from the directory, or have any questions, please send us a message through our contact for on our Contact Us page with the subject line “Directory Listing” and a description of what you need or questions you have in the message. Changes may include changing the email address prospective clients use to reach you, as well as adding your logo, web address, phone number, and brief description. We recommend keeping descriptions to 250 characters or less.

Rocky Horror Returns

Rocky Horror Returns

This time last year was a difficult time for live entertainment. No one knows this better than Genna Greene from the Absolute Studio Theater. Last year, Genna had acquired the license to put on a production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, with an outdoor show and smaller indoor show, as well as plans to do a Christmas play and holiday market. Unfortunately, COVID restrictions reduced attendance for the outdoor show, forced her to cancel her indoor show and her Christmas play, and her holiday market had to be done virtually.

This year, with eased restrictions and vaccines being available, Genna is able to have live shows this year. She has two showings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show: one on October 23rd at 9:00 PM and the other on October 30th at 11:45PM. Both shows will feature a live band and a variety of numbers beforehand. With this being a shadow cast production, performers will be singing along with the movie. Given Absolute Studio Theater’s intimate setting, this production will provide attendees a classic viewing experience of the cult favorite.

“Purchasing a ticket doesn’t just support the Theater, it also supports the cast and crew who help make these magical experiences happen,” Genna said when asked about the upcoming shows. “We’ve been looking forward to bringing back this show since we were unable to do a full run last year. And there are a lot of fun extras we’re throwing in to make sure everyone has an amazing time!”

Tickets for Absolute Studio Theater’s run of The Rocky Horror Picture Show are $35 a piece and can be purchased online through Eventbrite (see below for URLs). For safety reasons, no outside props will be allowed for either show. Instead, props will be provided and other COVID compliance policies will be enforced.

Oct. 23: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Shadowcast Production

Oct. 30: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Halloween Midnight Special Performance

Classic Melodies Coming to Mellwood

Classic Melodies Coming to Mellwood

Mellwood’s small business and arts community will be expanding soon with the addition of Classic Melodies, a performing arts school set to open September 13th. Their studio here at Mellwood marks the opening of their second location, with the original still operating in Hillview in Bullitt County. In opening a second location, Melodie Stacy, who co-owns Classic Melodies with her husband Bill, hopes to be able to serve more students. She also noted that many students with longer commutes, sometimes as long as an hour or more, do not get the same attention or level of access as those with shorter commutes. She hopes this second location will address that issue as well.

Classic Melodies: Ariel from The Little Mermaid

As an industry-based program, Classic Melodies ensures all students receive the same level of instruction, whether they are hobbyists or training to become professionals. The only difference between the two groups is how many hours of instruction and practice they sign up for. Additionally, Classic Melodies offers classes for all ages, from children to adults. For their students looking to go into the performing arts in college, Classic Melodies helps them prepare for auditions and build their resumes.

Classic Melodies: Little Mermaid cast

When Classic Melodies started 27 years ago, it was a side business run from Bill and Melodie’s home, where she gave private vocal lessons. Her student roster grew exponentially as more people saw the results of her instruction. Eventually, this side business became the full-time focus for Melodie and her husband. It expanded from private vocal lessons to include group lessons, as well as training in dance, drama, and musical instruments. Classic Melodies pulls these disciplines together for their musical theater program, which puts on various musicals and an annual production of the Nutcracker.

Classic Melodies: Top Note kids group performing at Disney

Prior to their opening on September 13th, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, September 8th at 6:00 PM, with food catered by Danny Mac’s Pizza and other goodies courtesy of I love It candy shop. To learn more about Classic Melodies and all they have to offer, visit their website at classicmelodies.org.

Mellwood’s small business and arts community will be expanding soon with the addition of Classic Melodies, a performing arts school set to open September 13th. Their studio here at Mellwood marks the opening of their second location, with the original still operating in Hillview in Bullitt County. In opening a second location, Melodie Stacy, who co-owns Classic Melodies with her husband Bill, hopes to be able to serve more students. She also noted that many students with longer commutes, sometimes as long as an hour or more, do not get the same attention or level of access as those with shorter commutes. She hopes this second location will address that issue as well.

Melodie and Bill from Classic Melodies
Classic Melodies flyer
Classic Melodies: Top Note kids group performing at Disney

As an industry-based program, Classic Melodies ensures all students receive the same level of instruction, whether they are hobbyists or training to become professionals. The only difference between the two groups is how many hours of instruction and practice they sign up for. Additionally, Classic Melodies offers classes for all ages, from children to adults. For their students looking to go into the performing arts in college, Classic Melodies helps them prepare for auditions and build their resumes.

Classic Melodies: Ariel from The Little Mermaid
Classic Melodies: Little Mermaid cast

When Classic Melodies started 27 years ago, it was a side business run from Bill and Melodie’s home, where she gave private vocal lessons. Her student roster grew exponentially as more people saw the results of her instruction. Eventually, this side business became the full-time focus for Melodie and her husband. It expanded from private vocal lessons to include group lessons, as well as training in dance, drama, and musical instruments. Classic Melodies pulls these disciplines together for their musical theater program, which puts on various musicals and an annual production of the Nutcracker.

Prior to their opening on September 13th, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, September 8th at 6:00 PM, with food catered by Danny Mac’s Pizza and other goodies courtesy of I love It candy shop. To learn more about Classic Melodies and all they have to offer, visit their website at classicmelodies.org.

Big Buzz from Butchertown Brewing

Big Buzz from Butchertown Brewing

Butchertown Brewing will be opening the doors to their tap room to the public starting Saturday, August 7th. Every Saturday, Butchertown Brewing’s tap room will be open from 4:00 – 9:00 PM. This marks a milestone for our resident brewer. When asked about opening his tap room, Andy Cobb said, “I had always planned on opening the taproom. I wanted to wait until I had built up some inventory and had some help to manage the bar.”

When Butchertown Brewing first opened, all sales were online only and tasting sessions were scheduled in advance; no in-person ordering or walk-ins. In opening the tap room, the public will be able to make to-go purchases in person or swing by the brewery and get a pour from one of their three taps.

Butchertown Brewing and Danny Mac's Pizza collaborate on Danny Mac's IPA

In addition to the opening, Andy has been working closely with other Mellwood tenants on collaborative projects. Fans of Butchertown Brewing and Danny Mac’s Pizza may have seen social media posts announcing the release of Danny Mac’s IPA. When asked about this collaboration, Andy stated, “I asked him if he’d like to sell my beer. When he thought about it, he said ‘What about doing a branded beer?’ I loved the idea, so I let him try my IPA and he really liked it. We’re doing a small release at his pizzeria to see how it goes.” Andy is also collaborating with Dead Sled Leather on coasters, with a possible beer collaboration in the works.

Butchertown Brewing collaboration with Our Lady of Perpetual Hops called Kentuckiana Fluffer

Beyond working with Mellwood tenants, Butchertown Brewing is or will be collaborating with other brewers and beer purveyors, including Gordon Beirsch, Pearl Street Taphouse, Segio’s World of Beer, Chimera Brewing, and Our Lady of Perpetual Hops. Be sure to keep an eye out for Butchertown Brewing in this year’s Louisville Ale Trail. Lastly, Butchertown Brewing will have an official grand opening in the Pigment Gallery sometime later this fall.

Butchertown Brewing will be opening the doors to their tap room to the public starting Saturday, August 7th. Every Saturday, Butchertown Brewing’s tap room will be open from 4:00 – 9:00 PM. This marks a milestone for our resident brewer. When asked about opening his tap room, Andy Cobb said, “I had always planned on opening the taproom. I wanted to wait until I had built up some inventory and had some help to manage the bar.”

When Butchertown Brewing first opened, all sales were online only and tasting sessions were scheduled in advance; no in-person ordering or walk-ins. In opening the tap room, the public will be able to make to-go purchases in person or swing by the brewery and get a pour from one of their three taps.

Butchertown Brewing and Danny Mac's Pizza collaborate on Danny Mac's IPA
Butchertown Brewing collaboration with Our Lady of Perpetual Hops called Kentuckiana Fluffer

In addition to the opening, Andy has been working closely with other Mellwood tenants on collaborative projects. Fans of Butchertown Brewing and Danny Mac’s Pizza may have seen social media posts announcing the release of Danny Mac’s IPA. When asked about this collaboration, Andy stated, “I asked him if he’d like to sell my beer. When he thought about it, he said ‘What about doing a branded beer?’ I loved the idea, so I let him try my IPA and he really liked it. We’re doing a small release at his pizzeria to see how it goes.” Andy is also collaborating with Dead Sled Leather on coasters, with a possible beer collaboration in the works.

Beyond working with Mellwood tenants, Butchertown Brewing is or will be collaborating with other brewers and beer purveyors, including Gordon Beirsch, Pearl Street Taphouse, Segio’s World of Beer, Chimera Brewing, and Our Lady of Perpetual Hops. Be sure to keep an eye out for Butchertown Brewing in this year’s Louisville Ale Trail. Lastly, Butchertown Brewing will have an official grand opening in the Pigment Gallery sometime later this fall.