Hopkinsville Brewing Company

The Native American Experience in the Wilderness of American Law

Join us for a discussion with local lawyer Tom Glover on ‘The Native American Experience in the Wilderness of American Law. Who Exactly Are the Savages Here?’ at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company @ 6 PM.
October 25th, 2022 starting at 6 PM
This discussion will touch upon three themes that have consistently appeared in the interactions between Native Americans and the various colonial and American legal systems.
1. The imposition upon Native Americans of a variety of legal systems
2. The legal relationship of conqueror and conquered
3. A cultural genocide perpetrated against Native American language and culture by American law
Cost: Free
Age Appropriate: Adult

Bingo Night!

Feeling lucky? Gather your friends and family for Bingo Night with our local celebrity guest caller, Judge John Atkins! Prizes will be awarded to the winner of each game. Vansauwa’s Tacos & Vegan Eats food truck will be on-site to fulfill your appetites.
*Open to all ages, no purchase necessary to play

Hoptoberfest 2022

Our favorite annual celebration is back! This year’s family-friendly Hoptoberfest features a mix of new and old with the return of Hoptown’s only stein-holding contest and beard competition, as well as the new additions of SILENT DISCO and Junior Auxiliary’s famous pork chop sandwiches! Annnnnnnd, best of all, our annual Hoptoberfest marzen will be released when the taproom opens at 12pm.

The 10 Best Trees for Small Gardens (+ Plant Swap + Free Tree Give-away)

It’s Tree Week in Kentucky! Tonight we will discuss some the best smaller trees to fit any landscape, tree planting tips and how to care for your newly planted tree. Plus we will have free trees to give away. And its plant swap time – so divide some of your perennials or bag up some seeds and bring for trading.

Bingo Night!

Feeling lucky? Gather your friends and family for Bingo Night with our local celebrity guest caller, Judge John Atkins! Prizes will be awarded to the winner of each game. Vansauwa’s Tacos & Vegan Eats food truck will be on-site to fulfill your appetites.
*Open to all ages, no purchase necessary to play

History on Tap

Join us for History on Tap hosted by Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County
Thursday September 29, 2022 @ 6:30 PM
Location: Hopkinsville Brewing Company
Museum Executive Director Alissa Keller explores the winter of 1838 in Hopkinsville and Christian County. During this winter, members of the Cherokee Nation marched through the middle of the county and camped here as they were forcibly removed from their ancestral lands. Keller shares what is known of their experiences here and of the death and burial of two of their leaders. Hopkinsville’s spot along the Trail of Tears connects our community to one of the darkest chapters in our nation’s history.
Cost: Free
Age appropriate: Adult

September Books At The Bar

Join us for the September Books At The Bar Book Club at Hopkinsville Brewing Company. This months book is GOOD HUSBANDS by Cate Ray.
Three wives, one letter, and an explosive secret that will change everything.
This is a He said, she said. Jessica, Stephanie and Priyanka are complete strangers, but they have one thing in common: they’ve each received a letter accusing their husbands of committing a sexual assault more than two decades prior. Is the accusation true or is there more to the story? It was a secret that remained buried for years.
With their worlds suddenly turned upside down, they don’t know who to trust—a complete stranger or the men they love and built their lives with. The three women come together to embark on a hunt for the truth, but they are hardly prepared for what they will discover. Who is the victim, and will justice ultimately be served?
Books may be picked up at the HCCPL Library Circulation Desk!