LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A style of beer that was made in Louisville more than 100 years ago is coming back. Falls City Brewing Company will roll out two new bottled beers Tuesday.

The local company has been testing two new brews in the market for about six months and says customers loved them.

With the addition of the Easygoer Session IPA and Kentucky Common, the company now has four bottled beers. The Kentucky Common was invented in Louisville around the 1850s.

"It was towards the end of 19th century the predominant style of beer here in this region, but when prohibition came, it never came up from prohibition, people forgot about that," said Cezary Wlodarczyk, President of Falls City Brewing Company.
 
Falls City has a variety of draft beers. Its bottled beers are available all over Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee and soon in Ohio.

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