The 10th annual Brush, Bottle and Barrel raised more than $40,000 for the Legal Aid Society Friday night at Collegiate School. The event is the preview party of last weekend's Cherokee Triangle Art Fair.
More importantly for this site is its Tasting of Kentucky Wines, Bourbons and Beers, which is limited to adult beverages made in Kentucky. Beverages drank included Buffalo Trace, Elijah Craig, Evan Williams, Four Roses, 1972 Ridgemont Reserve and Town Branch bourbons; wines from Broad Run Vineyards and Old 502 Winery; and BBC and Kentucky Ale beers
According to its website, the Legal Aid Society "represents thousands of individuals or groups with incomes at or below 125 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. Due to limited resources, we are able to help only a fraction of low-income individuals in need. In 2012 we provided our services to 3,861 clients."
·Brush, Bottle and Barrel of the Bluegrass to benefit The Legal Aid Society [WAVE 3]
·Community Challenge | Help Legal Aid Society seek justice [Louisville Courier-Journal]
[Photo: Whitney Harrod Morris]