One of NuLu’s first businesses, Louisville Beer Store, closes after 11 years

One of NuLu’s first businesses, Louisville Beer Store, closes after 11 years

One of NuLu’s first businesses will be shutting down permanently at the end of the month. Louisville Beer Store, located at 746 E. Market St., between Revelry Art Gallery and Cobalt Hair Lab, announced its permanent closure in a Facebook post Thursday evening. The specialty craft beer store and bar will close on October 31. keep you updated over time,” the post read. “A big thank you to everyone who has made the store possible over the past 11 years. We love you all!” Louisville Beer Store opened in 2009, joining Mayan Cafe and Wiltshire on Market in the changing neighborhood. The store carried packaged goods from many local breweries, such as Against the Grain, West Sixth, Akasha, Monnik, Gravely, and Mile Wide, among others. Its owners, Lori Beck and Tyler Trotter, also own Holy Grale and Gralehaus – both of which are open. Read more about how NuLu changed during the pandemic from Louisville Business First.

One of NuLu’s first businesses will be shutting down permanently at the end of the month.

Louisville Beer Store, located at 746 E. Market St., between Revelry Art Gallery and Cobalt Hair Lab, announced its permanent closure in a Facebook post Thursday evening. The specialty craft beer store and bar will close on October 31.

“Things in the world are too uncertain to speculate on the store’s future at this point, but we’re still hopeful that something will happen and we’ll be sure to update you as time goes on,” reads the message. “A big thank you to everyone who has made the store possible over the past 11 years. We love you all!”

Louisville Beer Store opened in 2009, joining Mayan Cafe and Wiltshire on Market in the rapidly changing neighborhood. The store carried packaged goods from many local breweries, such as Against the Grain, West Sixth, Akasha, Monnik, Gravely, and Mile Wide, among others.

Its owners, Lori Beck and Tyler Trotter, also own Holy Grale and Gralehaus, both open.

Learn how NuLu changed during the pandemic from Louisville Business First.