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Get ready for LOUtoday’s Drink Up Month this July

Buckle up for Drink Up Month, where we’re celebrating all of your favorite Derby City beverages.

Digital graphic of a wood table with "Drink Up" written in white letters.

It’s definitely a glass half-full kind of situation.

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Last year, we served up Drink Up Week — featuring everything from the world’s first superfood cocktail mixer to local products to stock your bar.

This year, we’re celebrating even bigger with Drink Up Month running throughout the month of July.

What is Drink Up Month?

We want to shine a spotlight on the people + places that make Louisville’s beverage scene special. We’ll be covering stories like:

  • Kentucky’s original soft drink, Ale-8
  • Local bevvy producers
  • Boba tea shops
  • Louisville’s oldest bar

How to participate

There are two ways to participate in Drink Up Month: as drink makers and drink sippers.

For our drink makers — we want you to get involved. Email us and let’s chat about collaborating for Drink Up Month.

For our beverage-loving readers, we want to hear from you. What do you want to read about during Drink Up Month? Spill the tea.

This content is sponsored by Heine Brothers Coffee. As Louisville’s original coffee roaster since 1994, they take pride in the city just as much as the coffee. Order ahead and Drink Up.

LOUtoday thanks our sponsors. Sponsorship has no influence on editorial content.

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