Flooding in Eastern Kentucky has impacted our friends and neighbors in many areas of The Kentucky Wildlands. Some locations were affected, but not all. We are still welcoming visitors and encourage you to check with specific destinations and attractions to ensure that they are open and if they have any change in offerings or hours.

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Breweries of The Kentucky Wildlands

You’ll find one-of-a-kind breweries offering genuine handcrafted Appalachian brews and spirits, as well as memorable dining experiences in The Kentucky Wildlands. From historic buildings in inviting downtown locales to expansive sites in outlying areas, a wide range of breweries and taprooms, some nationally recognized, are located in a number of mountain towns in the region. 

Raise a glass at the Jarfly Brewing Co. set in the old 1904 Goldenburg family furniture building, or at Tap on Main Brewing with 20 rotating taps and various fine cigar options, both in Somerset. Take a tour and learn about Appalachian legends firsthand at the moonshine and bluegrass music-influenced Dueling Barrels Brewery & Distillery in Pikeville. Savor true Kentucky spirit found in brewing techniques, such as the aged bourbon-barrel process at Sawstone Brewing in Morehead, handed down from generation to generation and used by many craft brewers throughout The Kentucky Wildlands. And the nationally recognized taproom, The Wrigley in Corbin (featured in Time Magazine, Food & Wine, and Forbes) serves up house-curated craft brews and a farm-to-table menu with ingredients sourced from the executive chef’s personal farm.

Worth Adding to Your Kentucky Bucket List

Morehead

Whether it’s a leisurely stroll along the historic downtown walking trail, a scenic bike ride on the Cave Run Loop (both bicycle and motorcycle), a rugged hike on 1,400-foot Limestone Knob, rock climbing one of 60 routes on the crag at...