The Kentucky Landing pays homage to our great Commonwealth. We will have a variety of craft breweries pouring samples of their Kentucky-based creations, while local food trucks from all over the bluegrass state will be dishing out local cuisine. In addition, a select group of non-profit organizations and craft vendors will be on-hand selling their Kentucky-made goods. Explore what’s in store below!

  • API Poster Show

    • AngryBlue

      AngryBlue of Louisville, KY produces printmaking, illustrating, skulls, and full force bad ideas – with unmatched fury and speed.

    • Clinton Reno

      Clinton Reno of Columbus, OH is an artist/illustrator specializing in art prints, event posters and some apparel.

    • Cricket Press

      Cricket Press of Lexington, KY is a tiny little operation geared towards designing and hand printing silk-screened posters for music events, art shows, propaganda, and basically anything you’d want to make a poster for.

    • Horse Graphic Design

      Horse is an illustration and design studio founded in Liverpool, now relocated to Toronto.

    • James Flames

      Based out of Asheville, NC and born and bred in Brooklyn, NY, James Flames focuses on illustration and screen-printing, making things for you to look at and decorate your walls with.

    • Madpixel

      Madpixel is an art and design studio based in Louisville, KY specializing in combining their passions: photography, illustration, design and printmaking.

    • Nate Duval Art & Design

      From his full-service Design and Illustration studio in Longmeadow, MA, Nate Duval draws, collages, cuts and pastes his way through a wide variety of projects big and small.

    • State of Shock Studios

      State of Shock Studios is the illustration and design work of Darin Shock.

    • Status Serigraph

      Status Serigraph is the full service Graphic Design and Limited-Edition poster studio of Knoxville-based designer Justin Helton.

    • Subject Matter Studio

      Subject Matter Studio is a full service graphic design studio represented by Drew Findley and based in Asheville, North Carolina.

  • Buy Local Boulevard Presented by the Louisville Independent Business Alliance

    • Bermuda Highway

      Bermuda Highway is a men’s and women’s clothing boutique owned and operated by Addie Mills and Katie Toupin (of Houndmouth).

    • The Diaper Fairy

      The Diaper Fairy provides unparalleled selection in natural mama & baby care items, including cloth diapers, baby carriers, amber necklaces, unique toys and books, and offers registries, classes & events.

      The Diaper Fairy will also be offering a quiet, private lactation station for nursing mothers to pump, feed, and change diapers.

    • Regalo Art

      Regalo Art offers an eclectic mix of unique gifts, one-of-a-kind jewelry, accessories, contemporary decor and fine art. All of this in a fun, vibrant atmosphere at very reasonable prices.

    • Revelry Boutique Gallery

      Revelry Boutique Gallery offers local accessible original art and inspired goods.

    • WHY Louisville

      WHY Louisville specializes in locally designed shirts and accessories, art prints, books, cards, unique gifts and general curiosities.

  • Louisville Food Trucks

    • Holy Molé Taco Truck

      Louisville’s gourmet mobile taqueria

    • Lexie Lu's

      Lexie Lu’s offers fresh made to order specialty burgers and quesadillas, fresh cut fries and more. Gluten-free and veggie options are always available.

    • Lil Cheezer's

      Gourmet Grilled Cheese

    • Longshot Lobsta

      Louisville’s only lobster truck Longshot Lobsta is buttering up the buns and steaming the freshest lobster in town.

    • Tasty Tuxedo Treats

      Tasty Tuxedo Treats is Louisville’s best ice cream sandwiches served with a 1950s flair out of a vintage sidecar motorcycle.

Regional Beer Offerings

  • Citra Ass Down an American Double IPA
    Sho’Nuff a Low Down Golden Ale

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  • Red Wine Session
    Louisville Lager

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  • Falls City Pale Ale
    Falls City Hipster Repellant IPA

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  • Kentucky Race Day IPA
    Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale

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  • Lemongrass American Wheat
    West Sixth IPA

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The “Close Call Kolsch” is a Beer Camp #140 collaboration beer between the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company and The Forecastle Foundation. It is a slightly hoppy but highly-sessionable Kolsch crafted from German Pilsner Malt and Hefeweizen Yeast, coupled with Amarillo and Nelson hops from Washington and New Zealand. The name “Close Call” was given after Forecastle Captain JK McKnight accidentally poured two barrels of hops into the kettle too soon, resulting in a slightly more hoppy varietal. Although the current batch features the corrected recipe, the experience inspired Beer Campers to give it the title “Close Call Kolsch.” So raise a pint to show your support of The Forecastle Foundation and its dedication to protecting the world’s natural awesome! ABV 4.7%.

The Forecastle Foundation is a 501c3 environmental non-profit with conservation projects local and global. A portion of proceeds from each sale will go to benefit current projects underway in Eastern Kentucky (Pine Mountain Corridor), Central Kentucky (Green River), Brazil (Fundacion Agroecologica) and Indonesia (The Coral Triangle).