Friday Night - Oct 20th
Nationwide, craft breweries are opening their doors within timeworn neighborhoods and establishing themselves as the cornerstones for rebuilding strong and diverse communities.
Paris, Kentucky’s first microbrewery since the repeal of prohibition does not intend to stray from the national craft beer industry’s commitment to crafting community.
Friday, October 20th, 2017, the doors of Rooster Brewing’s Public House on Main Street will open for an evening dedicated to serving a locally sourced meal, introducing a new local business, and raising donations for a historical mural on Main Street.
Recently, Rooster Brewing partnered with Tom McFarland, owner of BigZekeSteaks.com, to repurpose their brewer’s spent grains for his beef-cattle operation located on Houston- Antioch Road.
To christen our beautiful partnership, Big Zeke Steaks has donated ground beef for a complimentary slider night. Serving will begin around 6:00pm.
In addition to introducing you to a new and upcoming local business, Friday evening is 100% about donations for Hopewell Museum / Historic Paris-Bourbon County to bring the vision of a Garrett Morgan mural to life.
Swing by Rooster Brewing on Friday, October 20, 2017, at 6:00pm to meet Rooster Brewing's brewers, the owner’s of Big Zeke Steaks, and the fantastic team from Hopewell Museum who are guiding the mural project!