Moped enthusiast. Boss barista. An all-around fantastic friend, Alison is definitely someone you want to meet!
While she’s been the long-time manager of HB-Northfield, but she’ll be moving to the new Heine Brothers’ location at the Omni Hotel soon.
“Alison is not only an amazing manager and a great barista, but a really genuinely nice person. She has worked so hard to make HB-Northfield the successful store it is today, and she will be greatly missed. I am excited for her next adventure at Omni, and proud to have her represent our brand at this important location,” said Toni McDowell, who is the Operations Manager.
Make sure to stop in and say hello to Alison when you’re downtown this Spring!
Heine Brothers’ Relocating Café at Bardstown Rd. and Longest Ave.
Fair Trade and Organic Roaster to transform building near Mid City Mall
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – (January 23, 2018)—Heine Brothers’ Coffee, Louisville’s original fair trade and organic coffee roaster, announced today that it will be deepening its roots in the Highlands neighborhood this spring. The company will be relocating its café at 1295 Bardstown Rd. at Longest Ave. to a larger building in front of Mid City Mall at 1250 Bardstown Rd, just a stone’s throw away.
It all started with a realization: there weren’t any micro-brewed soy sauces being made in the United States. Add bourbon to the equation, and Bourbon Barrel Foods was born.
What began as spit-balling creative business ideas among friends (over oysters, no less), has since developed into a thriving local business. Bourbon Barrel Foods, which launched in 2006 with its signature Bluegrass Soy Sauce, is the brainchild of Matt Jamie. Matt, a returned Louisvillian, recognized the power of the bourbon trend early on and got to work creating the first and only Bourbon-barrel aged soy sauce.