Covington Brewhouse Offers Thirsty Tours

Dated: 01/12/2018

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If you love beer and would like to learn more about how it is produced, check out Covington Brewhouse, located in historic Covington, LA at 226 Lockwood Street between the old train depot and the trailhead. Covington Brewhouse opened in 2005 and prides itself on using the highest quality ingredients to produce excellent handcrafted brew. In addition, they donate all the grains that were used in the brewing production to local dairy farms to be used for cattle feed. On Saturdays, you can take a free tour of the brewery at 11:30 AM and 12:30 PM and learn all about the process of beer making. Following the tour, be sure to head over to the Tasting Room to sample the brew. When you visit Covington Brewhouse on Thursday nights from 5:15 - 6:15 PM, you get a free yoga class followed by live music from Down Dogs. For additional information, check out the following link:

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Ken Golden

Ken, a former postmaster, is a proud Northshore native and one half of The Golden Team, the real estate group that he operates with his sister, Barbara. His interest in real estate stems from his hobb....

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