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Beers with Bernhard: Preacher Pils

We are switching things up a bit with “Beers with Beshear”. Since Governor Andy Beshear’s press conferences are becoming few and far between, we are changing the post to “Beers with Bernhard”. That’s me!

With taprooms, bars and restaurants slowly beginning to reopen across the state, the craft beer industry in Kentucky is starting to return to normalcy. Every weekend, I will continue to highlight a different Kentucky craft beer to show support of all the amazing breweries across our Commonwealth. And now that most are open, you can visit the taproom and try it yourself!

Dry Ground Brewing: Preacher Pils

If you have been reading these posts, you know I love Pilsners. You can go ahead and add the Dry Ground’s Preacher Pils to that list of love.

Whenever I’m in Paducah, I always order Preacher Pils; it’s my go-to order at the taproom. If the people at Dry Ground are reading this, you need to can this beer next so I can actually get it in Northern Kentucky.

Description: Preacher Pils smells like fresh poured Kentucky lemonade with hints of fresh-cut cantaloupe. It feels light and crisp with a dry and clean finish with a fruity taste that fades to zesty with a mild hoppy finish.

Style: Pilsner

ABV: 4.9%

IBU: 34

Dry Ground Brewing

3121 Broadway Street
Paducah, KY 42001

Taproom is open with adjusted hours


Article written by Kindsey Bernhard

Lover of dogs, sports and beer. @kindseybernhard