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The Brown Barrel & Blind Harry's - $50 for $25

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The Deal

The Brown Barrel & Blind Harry's

You will receive 2 $25 vouchers! 

Here's your chance to get $50 worth of food for only $25 at The Brown Barrel & Blind Harry's

A modern, thoroughbred-centric dining experience in Historic Downtown Midway - the Heart of Thoroughbred Country!


Deal Restriction(s)

  • Denomination: $25.00
  • How many deals can I purchase? 2
  • Can deal voucher be used for alcohol? NO
  • Cash/Credit back for unused portion? NO
  • Use more than one deal voucher per visit? YES
  • Face value of deal voucher must be used at time of visit.
  • No cash value.
  • Not valid with any other promotion
  • Tax and gratuity not included
  • Not valid on holidays or special events
  • Not refundable.
  • May not be used with any third party delivery services.
  • May be used for Dine-In or Carryout Only. May not redeem online or through Delivery.
  • Not Valid to use for special promotions or holiday specials.

  • Promotion Value Expires on:
    *The Promotional value expires on the date printed on the voucher. If the state or province where the merchant is located prohibits earlier termination, then the amount you paid for the deal voucher will expire five (5) years from the date the voucher is issued. The prepaid portion of the voucher will not expire in states and provinces where it is prohibited by law.

The Brown Barrel name was developed in honor of beloved grandfather Winston Eugene Peace. He worked as a cooper making barrels for Bluegrass Cooperage, a division of Brown Forman, for more than 25 years.

Mr. Peace loved to sing, especially to his children and grandchildren sitting on his knees, and “Little Brown Jug” was one of his favorites. Hence, the Brown Barrel was born.

For people not familiar with Midway, it is only fitting the name is deeply connected to the roots of the bourbon industry, which has been a way of life for hundreds of years. beginning in 1865, bourbon was produced and distilled legally in this very spot. The distillery operated under several business names: Buford, Guthrie & Co. 1865-67; A. Buford Distillery 1867-68; Keller Distillery 1868-89; SJ. Greenbaum Distillery 1890-1911; Belle of Anderson Distillery 1912-14; and Midway Distilling Co. 1915-24. The location was destroyed by fire in 1924 and remained closed until 1933 when it was rebuilt and began operating as the Woodford County Distilling Company 1933-40; Park & Tilford Distillery 1941-53; and finally as Schenley Products Distillery until 1959.

Blind Harry’s takes its name from Harry Clay Anderson, an incredible man special to Midway and the surrounding area. On December 5,1938, he said, “There’s always a way if you try.” This quote takes on unique meaning, as Harry was blind. He accomplished the seemingly impossible when he built two houses that are still standing, and occupied, today; one was completed with no assistance. Harry did the carpentry work, made concrete steps, and even built the chimney.

Midway has always been, and continues to be, a wonderful blend of residents, travelers from around the state and country, and tourists hailing from all over the world. By offering fine dining, fast casual options, grab-n-go food, and a retail business, all in one location, The Brown Barrel and Blind Harry’s offers something for everyone, reminiscent of Midway itself.

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Contact & Directions

The Brown Barrel & Blind Harry's
224 N. Gratz St.
Midway, Kentucky 40347
Phone: 859.403.2003

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