Southern Grace Distilleries Tour

I have seen distilleries and breweries in repurposed banks, jails and even churches. However I have never seen an entire prison converted into a distillery! That’s what they have done in Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina, at Southern Grace Distilleries, and it’s really cool!

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Limestone Branch Distillery Tour

Last Friday we stopped by Limestone Branch Distillery. It had been a while since I was last there. The last time I had seen Stephen Fante, their Whiskey Ambassador Extraordinaire, he had told me that they had doubled their capacity, so I was eager to see what was going on. Limestone branch is a small operation, so by doubling their capacity they went from producing one barrel of whiskey a day to two, but that’s still cool!

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Barton 1792 Distillery Tour (Video)

We recently visited the Barton 1792 Distillery. Like Buffalo Trace, this Sazarac owned distillery also does not charge for their tours, which is very cool. It’s a great place to visit, and although they, like the Buffalo Trace Distillery, are not technically on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, the Barton 1792 Distillery Tour should definitely be included in everyone’s itinerary.

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Virtual Video Tour of Southern Distilling Company

Here is a short (less than 4 minute) video tour from our visit to the Southern Distilling Company in Statesville, North Carolina. The Southern Distilling Company sits on a 20 acre farm in Statesville, North Carolina. In the late 1800’s Statesville was home to many distilleries, blenders and wholesalers due to its excellent location at…

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Bardstown Bourbon Company opens immersive Visitors Center Experience

Bardstown Bourbon Company opens immersive Visitors Center Experience

BARDSTOWN, Ky., Sept. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Bardstown Bourbon Company, 1500 Parkway Drive, announces the opening of its new Visitors Center Experience, featuring attractions designed to complement locals, tourists, bourbon enthusiasts and novices alike. The expansive development includes curated tours, cocktail classes, exclusive tastings and multiple private event spaces. The new facility’s aesthetic is a continuation of Bardstown Bourbon Company’s modern bourbon experience with glass paneling, moss art walls and inviting open design.

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