By LARRY VAUGHT
Looking for a different way to watch/enjoy the Kentucky-Florida basketball game on March 3.
Well, consider joining us at Lemons Mill Brewery in Harrodsburg. WPBK (102.9 FM) will be doing a live remote at Lemons Mill Brewery from 10:30 until noon when the game tips off and then again from about 2-3 p.m. after the game ends.
WPBK morning personality Tim Estes and I will anchor the remote but we will have plenty of guests, including Lemons Mill Brewery owners LeMayne Ellis, Steve Anderson, Keith McQuerry and Jay Anderson, all of Harrodsburg.
They have a fantastic facility with more craft beers than I can remember — including some that are very, very unique. Not sure which one you might want. No problems. You can sample to see.
They also have plenty of televisions that will all have the Florida-Kentucky game on.
Smokey and the Brisket out of Danville will be at Lemons Mill Brewery featuring its barbecue and Cajun-Creole cuisine to enjoy while you watch the game and/or listen to the radio remote.
Some of the special guests planning to be there include:
— Matthew Bradford, a huge UK fan and former Marine who was President Donald Trump’s guest at the recent State of the Union address. He lost his eyesight and both legs when he stepped on a roadside bomb in Iraq. He also suffered injuries to his left arm, right hand and small intestine, too.
— Kentucky Taste Buds Tamara Schneider and Leigh Roach, a duo who write about speciality places to eat and drink in Kentucky.
— Lacy Robinson, UK fan from Louisville who is the director of member development for the National Funder Directors Association.
— Chris Souder, girls basketball coach at Mercer County. His team is the defending state champion and could be playing for the 12th Region title that same night in Stanford.
— Tina Cox, writer for cameronmillsradio.com.
We will preview the game, share our thoughts on the Cats and break down the game after it is over. We’ll also be talking to others who are at Lemons Mill Brewery (166 Marimon Ave Suite 12, Harrodsburg, KY 40330).
Make plans to join us now for what should be a fun few hours — and a game Kentucky may well need to win to get into the NCAA Tournament.