Bardstown Bourbon Company

American Highway Reserve Bourbon Review

American Highway Reserve Bourbon Review

I hope you enjoy my American Highway Reserve Bourbon Review! Brad Paisley has a new bourbon and it’s called American Highway Reserve. Its niche is that one its components had some of its aging while stored in a 53-foot semi-trailer that followed his 2019 nation-wide tour. So it travelled 7,314 miles across 25 states, from coast to coast. Thus their slogan: “Made in Kentucky, Aged across America”.

Kentucky Owl Wiseman Bourbon Review

Kentucky Owl Wiseman Bourbon Review

Please enjoy my Kentucky Owl Wiseman Bourbon Review! Have you heard of The Wiseman Bourbon from Kentucky Owl? This bourbon is unique for the brand because it is produced and distilled by Kentucky Owl in collaboration with the Bardstown Bourbon Company. It’s a blend of Kentucky Owl 4 year old wheat and high rye bourbons, combined with 5 1/2 and 8 1/2 year old Kentucky sourced bourbons. It is also the first release under Master Blender John Rhea.

Bardstown Bourbon Company Double Oak Fusion Review

Bardstown Bourbon Company Double Oak Review

Please enjoy our Bardstown Bourbon Company Double Oak Fusion Review! I had heard that this Double Oak Fusion bourbon was coming, but I didn’t know when. It turns out that it showed up at the new “Fill Your Own Bottle” station that Bardstown recently debuted. This isn’t your usual double oaked story. It turns out that when Fusion 1 was bottled, there was a little snafu in calculations and some bourbon was left over. What to do? Well it was already dumped and shipped to the bottler, so it got put back in a tote and then went back to Bardstown and into a new charred oak barrel. The bourbon was left to age another 2 years in that new barrel. So how’d it come out?

Bardstown Bourbon Company Bottling Facility - Bottling Lines

New Bardstown Bourbon Company Bottling Facility Tour

Business at Bardstown Bourbon Company is booming. This relatively new distillery located in the heart of Kentucky’s bourbon country has been filling a gaping hole in the world of bourbon since it began distilling in 2016. Bardstown has meticulously built a large portion of its business model on contract distilling; while contract distilling is certainly not new in the industry, the Company has raised the bar by offering its Custom Distillation Program. Now a non-distilling producer has almost endless options when they partner with Bardstown Bourbon to produce their product. From mashbill to yeast, fermentation time to distillation specs, and barreling to warehousing, every customer can choose their own preferences all the while being advised and supported by a company teaming with years of experience in the whiskey industry. Today, the entire process, grain to glass, can all take place on campus. Please join us on our Bardstown Bourbon Company bottling facility tour.

Bardstown Bourbon Company From Distillate to Barrel Tour

Bardstown Bourbon Company From Distillate to Barrel Tour

We recently took the Bardstown Bourbon Company From Distillate to Barrel Tour. I really enjoy visiting the Bardstown Bourbon Company so I was very happy when they opened back up to visitors again in July. You might remember seeing my post that month when we had lunch there on my birthday and did the Honey Spot Thieving Flight Tour/Tasting? That was a fun time!

Bardstown Bourbon Company Château de Laubade Bourbon

Bardstown Bourbon Company Château de Laubade Bourbon

The Bardstown Bourbon Company Château de Laubade Bourbon is one of BBC’s most recent releases. It is part of their Collaborative Series, which as the name implies, utilizes barrels from other spirits to finish their whiskey. It’s a 12 year old Indiana bourbon finished in Château de Laubade Armagnac barrels for 18 months.

Bardstown Bourbon Company Vistors Center Tasting Bar

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.