Louisville is awash in bourbon. And beer. It's a drinking person's town, due in no small part to the state's bourbon heritage, the city's nickname-namesake brewery, Falls City, and that little horse race called the Kentucky Derby. But there's more to this town than brown liquor, local breweries, and racetracks. This is where, it's said, the Old-Fashioned was invented. It's where Al Capone dodged the law during Prohibition, ducking out of the Seelbach Hotel through secret passageways. And it's where barkeeps plied their customers with rolled oysters and bean soup to keep them coming back. Louisville's private clubs, hotel bars, and neighborhood taverns are rich with drinking history and lore. But they're also rife with innovation and talk of the future. In Louisville, there's always time for another round. Meet the folks behind--and in front of--the bar by visiting our Louisville Barroom Culture oral history project.