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David Kenton Kring Epic Hunter S. Thompson Tumblers

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

David Kenton Kring Epic Hunter S. Thompson Tumblers

When David Kenton Kring decided to throw these Hunter S. Thompson tumblers, he pulled the bourbon off the shelf, downed a double shot, and got to work. We told him to make something pint-sized so we could pour a local brew in there to give a hearty 'Cheers to the Commonwealth!' But Kring looked up …

“The Whiskey Gentry”

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

“The Whiskey Gentry”

We're going to the races, friends, and we're taking one of our favorite Kick-Ass Kentuckians with us! If anyone knows how to party down on the best day in May, it's Hunter S. Thompson, himself a native of Louisville and a proud supporter of the infield crowd, a boatload of booze, and the joys of …

Last April, we launched an epic print celebrating the most exciting two minutes in sports – the motha freakin' Kentucky Derby. We collaborated with Louisville artist Rachael Sinclair on this decadent and depraved print. Not just any print, an infographic of kick-ass Kentuckian Hunter S. Thompson's famous essay on the 1970 Kentucky Derby – …

The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved

By KY for KY Store Admin |

The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved

Happy Kentucky Derby week! In celebration of the most exciting two minutes in sports,  we've collaborated with Louisville artist Rachael Sinclair on a decadent and depraved new print. Not just any print, an infographic of kick ass Kentuckian Hunter S. Thompson's famous essay on the 1970 Kentucky Derby – 'The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and …

Kick Ass Kentucky Zombies

By KY for KY Store Admin |

Kick Ass Kentucky Zombies

AMC's hit show the Walking Dead was invented right here in Kentucky by two kick ass Kentuckians, writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore. Like the rest of America, we're huge fans of the show. The finale of the Walking Dead's third season airs this Sunday. We can't wait. As a tribute to the season …