Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Live Music – Clayton Kaiser – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company! Clayton Kaiser performs on Saturday, September 28th, 6:00-8:00 pm!

Clayton sweats and bleeds country music. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, his childhood of cloudy hikes and Methodist choral rehearsals forged a songwriter with a penchant for Rock ‘n’ Roll and the outdoors. His range falls between growling baritone and howling tenor, in the same vein as his songwriting heroes, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams. With biting cynicism and heavy-handed lyrical work, Clayton is gnawing his way into a long career in music.

 

Live Music – Roderick August – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends at Hopkinsville Brewing Company for another night of great live music! From Elton John to Dylan, Ryan Adams to Alabama Shakes, and in the spirit of honest songwriting everywhere, Roderick August is about something real. The underlying emotion of what’s happening on stage is, “boom!”

Live Music – Clayton Kaiser – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company! Clayton Kaiser performs on Saturday, August 31st, 6:00-8:00 pm!

Clayton sweats and bleeds country music. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, his childhood of cloudy hikes and Methodist choral rehearsals forged a songwriter with a penchant for Rock ‘n’ Roll and the outdoors. His range falls between growling baritone and howling tenor, in the same vein as his songwriting heroes, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams. With biting cynicism and heavy-handed lyrical work, Clayton is gnawing his way into a long career in music.

 

Live Music – Clayton Kaiser – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company! Clayton Kaiser performs on Saturday, July 20th, 6:00-8:00 pm!

Clayton sweats and bleeds country music. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, his childhood of cloudy hikes and Methodist choral rehearsals forged a songwriter with a penchant for Rock ‘n’ Roll and the outdoors. His range falls between growling baritone and howling tenor, in the same vein as his songwriting heroes, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams. With biting cynicism and heavy-handed lyrical work, Clayton is gnawing his way into a long career in music.

 

Live Music – John Carroll – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

A full-time Performing Music Artist with an acoustic-pop sound similar to Ed Sheeran and Dave Matthews, John Carroll was previously the frontman and songwriter for the band Man & the Mountain, who won their genre category in the American Songwriter 30th Anniversary songwriting competition. John was also a finalist in the 2015 National Wildflower Festival Songwriting competition. Featured on the Top 4M TV, his music video “Heart to Heart” has received air time in over 600,000 motel rooms across the US along with a partnership with SmartMed Plus, an online doctor program. He was also a finalist for the 2016 national Songwriters Serenade Competition. In July of 2018 he received Honorable Mention for his song at the national Smoky Mountain Songwriters Festival. Currently, he is releasing monthly singles for his ongoing project The Ground Above Us.

Live Music – Clayton Kaiser – at Hopkinsville Brewing Company

Join your friends for live music at Hopkinsville Brewing Company! Clayton Kaiser performs on Saturday, June 1st, 6:00-8:00 pm!

Clayton sweats and bleeds country music. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, his childhood of cloudy hikes and Methodist choral rehearsals forged a songwriter with a penchant for Rock ‘n’ Roll and the outdoors. His range falls between growling baritone and howling tenor, in the same vein as his songwriting heroes, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams. With biting cynicism and heavy-handed lyrical work, Clayton is gnawing his way into a long career in music.

 

History on Tap

Join the Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County for the next History on Tap at Hopkinsville Brewing Company!

In the mid-1970s, Hopkinsville made national headlines when millions of black birds began roosting in the city and exposed thousands of local residents to the threat of contracting the disease histoplasmosis.

Hopkinsville journalist Jennifer Pitzer Brown will relate the story of the black bird invasion. Brown’s late father, Dr. Frank Pitzer, a local pathologist, testified at the Congressional hearing on Hopkinsville’s black bird invasion, and Brown later covered several local news stories about the aftermath and histoplasmosis exposure.