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Apocalypse Brew Works

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1612 Mellwood Ave, Louisville, KY 40206-1752
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Pauline P wrote a review Mar 2019
Elizabethtown, Kentucky273 contributions87 helpful votes
Had a blast at this wonderful little brewery. Tried all the beers available. My favorites were their gluten free and the coconut porter. Thanks Leah for taking the time to talk to our group, and making such delicious beer. I will be back.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Leslie H wrote a review Sep 2018
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Visiting Louisville for the day and taking a break before dinner with my friend Jane, one of the bartenders! The beer is delicious, lots of variety. My favorites are Cremation and their 1912 brew. Try some others if you like IPA's or darker beers. No food for sale, but you can bring a snack or your favorite take out from nearby eateries. Dog friendly and family friendly with outdoor games and seating. Nothing fancy, just a welcoming place with good beer and great conversation.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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travelingtaylor498 wrote a review Aug 2018
Green Bay, Wisconsin45 contributions7 helpful votes
The bar inside was very small but had a large area outside to sit and play games. We ordered a flight and brought it outside. There was a decent amount of people there. The beer was okay and they had a large variety.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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NCR_Flyer wrote a review Jul 2018
N. Virginia277 contributions113 helpful votes
The Watermelon Crack is a perfect thirst quencher on a hot day. I also liked their Amber. Great job hosting local bands and vendors for the Poorcastle Music Festival..its a festivus for the rest of us.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Tori S wrote a review May 2018
Havertown, Pennsylvania90 contributions24 helpful votes
Come for the beer, stay for the friendly locals. This was my second visit, and I loved it just as much as the first time. The beer selection is solid across the board and the staff are friendly and helpful. We loved this place for it's simplicity, and for not taking itself too seriously. They just do great beer... The facilities are modest - just a small bar with a single indoor bathroom, and outdoor lot with picnic tables and giant jenga games. No food available when we were there (I think they have food trucks sometimes) but it wasn't necessary for us - it's just a great location to sit and relax and enjoy the beer.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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