Morning conference sessions are being held at the Brown Hotel and are free and open to the public. Go to the Friday and Saturday program pages and click on the session times to RSVP.
Afternoon sessions will be at St. Charles Exchange. Afternoon sessions require the purchase of a wristband ($10, available from St Charles Exchange). You can RSVP for a seat by clicking on the session times on the Friday and Saturday program pages. However, you’ll still need to purchase a wristband from St. Charles Exchange in order to have access to the sessions and the sample drinks.
The preliminary program for Cocktail Culture: A Conference is now available under the “Friday Program” and “Saturday Program” tabs on the left side of this page. More information on reserving seats to individual sessions will be posted in the next couple of days.
We’re still working to finalize the conference program, but can announce at this stage presenters and the titles of their talks (we may yet add a couple to the list). Presentation titles can be found on the conference program page.
We can also announce at this stage that admission for the afternoon sessions will be $10 per day, with wristbands available at St. Charles Exchange: 117 S 7th St, Louisville KY 40202, 502.618.1917.
We’re also excited to announce the locations for Cocktail Culture: A Conference. Morning sessions will be held at the historic Brown Hotel in downtown Louisville. Afternoon sessions, which will include sample drinks related to the presentations, will take place at St. Charles Exchange in downtown Louisville.
Admission to afternoon sessions will be $10 per day. More information on how to pay will be posted soon.
So be sure to join us for what promises to be two days packed with great presentations!
St. Charles Exchange : 117 S 7th St, Louisville KY 40202 : 502.618.1917
The Brown Hotel : 335 W Broadway, Louisville KY 40202 : 502.583.1234
I’m excited to report that Bernie Lubbers has agreed to join us on Saturday afternoon.
Bernie Lubbers is the International Whiskey Ambassador for the family owned and operated Heaven Hill Distillery located in Bardstown, KY; the largest American owned bourbon distillery, and the world’s 2nd largest holders of bourbon whiskey. Bernie is the author of Bourbon Whiskey – Our Native Spirit and hosts the popular website; http://www.whiskeyprof.com.
Bernie travels the world educating people on American Whiskey, and just how it weaves through the fabric of Kentucky’s and America’s history. Bernie especially has a passion for Bottled In Bond whiskies and how The Bottled In Bond Act of 1897 changed the whiskey landscape here in the U.S.
Thanks to Bernie for donating his time to help make this a great event.
Just a quick update to let you know that the Brown Hotel will serve as our conference hotel. More information is posted under Conference Accommodations.