2015 Original Makers Club Southern Supper & Shotgun Shoot
100 guests joined the beautiful fall KY weather for an evening not soon forgotten. A tree lined drive welcome, decadent Jack Daniels Cocktails and the amazing performance from Karsten Nelson band got the evening started.
Followed by skeet shooting over the Ashbourne Farm pond and a beautiful 5 course meal prepared by Wiltshire on Market using fresh ingredients from the farm.
The 2016 Original Makers Club Southern Supper & Shotgun Shoot date and information will be announced soon!
Location Ashbourne Farms
Chef Wiltshire on Market
Shotgun Instruction Elk Creek Hunt Club
Band Karsten Nelson Band
Airstream Aluminous Events
Cocktails Jack Daniels Whiskey
Clothier Bob Micklers
RYE ON MARKET
A cornerstone building, restaurant and culture hub on East Market Street; defined as NULU. I remember touring the building with owner Michael Trager Kusman before he polished the historic space into what it has become today. Working hand in hand with interior design firm Bittners he created a welcoming, vibrant and culinary forward restaurant in a space that once lay dormant.
Today RYE is one of the go to places on our list in Louisville. We know the menu will always push the envelope and never disappoint. Inevitable because of RYE's popularity you may have a small wait for your table. A welcomed inconvenience because at the bar you will find one of the finest and most well thought out cocktail menus in the city.
Upcoming events at RYE
Back Porch Sessions
May 19th - Adam & Sarah of Murder by Death, Justin Paul Lewis, + Cereal
June 16th - Graffiti, The Foxery, + Twenty First Century Fox
July 21st - Brenda, Discount Guns, + Legs Akimbo
August 18th - Quiet Hollers, + New Bravado
September 24th - Beacons, Kogan Dumb, Cousins, JR and more.
900 east market street
502 479 6200
Jason Cohen Wood Artisan
Jason Cohen has been making classic and one of a kind designs for almost twenty years. A recent move to NULU has given Louisvillian's and travelers a chance to visit his store front and see these designs up close. From entire restaurants to simple projects Jason has used the materials around his home state of Ky to craft unique pieces of art. Jason realized that using old wood or otherwise unusable materials would be his calling. He built the Blind Pig and 732 social entirely out of Dumpster wood and old barns. Since then he uses anything he can get his hand on. Right now its bourbon barrels. he crafts stools and tables entirely from the waste of a nearby cooperage. He says he has so many new designs that there is just not enough time to make all of them. But he’s going to try.
County Club is a restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky committed to exploring and expanding the American tradition of smoking meats using hardwoods and low temperatures. It examines barbecue classics by utilizing responsibly raised Kentucky cow, hog, sheep, goat, and chicken while applying flavor traditions from around the world.
County Club creations of smoked meats & fish, pickles, pastries, vinegars, and jerky will be offered for lunch and dinner, along with sides, daily salads and blackboard specials, craft beer, wine, cocktails, Magic Beans coffee, and bottles of soda.
Upcoming events at County Club
June 12th - Original Makers Club Dinner Series with County Club purchase tickets
555 jefferson street
859 389 6555
After taking a long, relaxed draw from the cigar that bears his name, Ted launches into an eloquent soliloquy on the nuances of a fine cigar. Just before the moment one might think he is making the experience out to be too self-important, he finishes by saying, “It’s just a cigar.” Such a simple statement is simultaneously close to and far from the truth, as the humble product cradled in his fingers belies the years spent leading up to this moment of leisure in the relentless pursuit of a cigar that meets his exacting standards.
Ted’s foray into cigar production began in 1996 when he was approached by Maker’s Mark to create a cigar for their “Roaring 20s” Derby party. In response, Ted created a unique premium cigar actually flavored with Maker’s Mark Bourbon. After a great deal of trial and error, he found that the ideal way to add subtle bourbon flavor, without affecting the cigar’s integrity, was through the tedious and time consuming process of aromatic seasoning. A similar amount of effort went into the packaging, in which each cigar is sealed in a glass tube and finished off with a signature Maker’s Mark wax drip. The blending of fine bourbon with a premium cigar in a unique presentation has not gone unnoticed, as millions of these cigars are now sold worldwide.
Another benefit of the endeavor was that Ted experienced the intimate details of the challenges and opportunities inherent in the Dominican Republic. “Traveling there regularly really allows me to see and experience another culture,” he said. Ted’s development of the Maker’s Mark blend led him down the separate path of creating a premium small batch blend for his personal use. He tried dozens of different combinations before settling on a unique blend of Brazilian, Nicaraguan and Dominican tobacco. Little did he realize then how popular this cigar, which he created for himself, would prove to be.
Today, the “ted’s” cigar is available in hundreds of retail outlets across the United States and around the world.