Brotherhood Distillery Tour at Peerless Distilling
The Temple Brotherhood visited Peerless Distilling, one of downtown Louisville’s newest distillers, on June 12. Carson Taylor, president and fifth generation, gave us a historical account of Peerless’s founding by his great, great grandfather Henry Kraver, a Jewish immigrant from Poland. The original distillery was started in 1889. After a tour of the distillery and rikhouse, we tasted four different ryes then enjoyed a brisket dinner catered by Chef Z. Thank you all so much for making our Brotherhood Distillery Tour a success!
The Temple Brotherhood financially supports Chavurat Shalom, Youth Group TILTY, Camp GUCI Scholarships, Trager Early Child Education Center, College Outreach Programs, JFCS Food Pantry, B’nei Mitzvah Bibles, Confirmation Kiddush Cups, New Member Welcome Baskets, Adopt a Family, Jewish Film Festival, Habitat for Humanity, and the Softball Team. Our main projects include The Book of Remembrance and The Brotherhood Chanukah Dinner.
Brotherhood activities include: Hanukkah Dinner, Purim Dinner, Bernheim Forest Temple Day, and more!
Brotherhood Poker Games are the first and third Thursdays of every month. Skilled and unskilled men and women players are invited. Lessons and advice are given whether requested or not.
If you like playing softball, The Temple Brotherhood supports the Temple’s Softball Team which begins practice in May.