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Gravely Brewing to partner with Commonwealth Cure for Sunday brunch

From Insider Louisville, 10/12/2017

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Photo courtesy of Community Cure.

By Kevin Gibson

Gravely Brewing Co. is the first Louisville brewery to have a permanent food truck in Mayan Street Food, which is operated by the owners of Mayan Café, but the truck doesn’t serve on Sundays. Enter Commonwealth Cure, which will offer dishes featuring its handmade meats each Sunday, starting this week, Oct. 15.

Commonwealth Cure opened downtown in 2015 and produces a variety of foods from lamb dogs to pesto to bacon. Sometimes, owners Austin Cummins and Michelle Hill push the envelope pretty far — the Ofaly Drunk, made with pig heart, pig liver and red wine, is a good example.

“They’re different than what you would find traditionally,” Cummins says, noting they enjoy using ingredients many would consider throw-aways. “We take weird things and make it into things we think people will like.”

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Mayan Street Food brings salbutes, quality to Gravely Brewing

From Insider Louisville, 9/21/2017

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By Kevin Gibson

A tradition at breweries that don’t have operating kitchens is to feature rotating food trucks on busy nights and during special events. It’s sort of a roulette of food that can bring about some fun surprises.

But Gravely Brewing Co., which opened this summer in the Phoenix Hill/Irish Hill area, has a permanent truck — it’s there every day. What that means is whenever you go to Gravely for a craft brew, you’ll have Mayan Street Food at the ready to help fill any missing space in your belly.

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