Four New Distilleries Join the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour

Welcome to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour

Welcome bourbon-lovers, to a world of rich heritage and delicious flavors! There’s some exciting news for all whiskey enthusiasts out there – four new distilleries have been added to the prestigious Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour. The Craft Tour, an alluring and immersive experience into the depths and diversity of Kentucky’s bourbon industry, has been entertaining and educating fans for years. Now, with the addition of these new distilleries, the journey becomes even more enriching.

The New Additions to the Tour

The four new craft distilleries joining the tour bring a mix of old-school craftsmanship and innovative interpretations to the mix. Get ready to learn more about the art of distillation, explore the beautiful surroundings, and of course, sample some exquisite bourbon.

1. Bardstown Bourbon Company

First up on the list of new additions, Bardstown Bourbon Company, combines tradition with innovation. Bardstown is known for its collaborative approach to whiskey making. They work closely with their partners, involving them in every step of the process. From grain to bottle, each spirit is a testament to collaboration and craft. Also, do not miss out their impressive visitor center.

2. Log Still Distillery

The history of bourbon runs deep in the Dant family, the founders of Log Still Distillery. Not just a distillery, but also a campus with a full-fledged amphitheater, a railroad station and a chapel. The Dants are keen on not just producing top-notch bourbon but also providing a unique visitor experience, keeping the rich history of whiskey alive.

3. The Samuels’ Family Distillery at Maker’s Mark

The Maker’s Mark brand needs no introduction, and the newly opened Samuels’ Family Distillery only adds more charm to the legacy. It provides an in-depth look into the family’s four-generation-long journey in the bourbon industry. Also, a chance to test out a new FAE-01 bourbon variant!

4. Triple Eight Distillery

Last, but certainly not least, is the colorful Triple Eight Distillery. For those who are always in search of something unique and unconventional, this distillery is a real treat. Well-established for their gin, vodka, and rum, Triple Eight steps into the bourbon world with a unique grain-to-glass process that guarantees a fresh, distinct flavor profile.

The Journey Continues

Whether you’re a whiskey connoisseur or a casual enthusiast, the new additions to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour are sure to elevate your bourbon journey. Get ready to delve deeper into the art, craft, and story of Kentucky bourbon, better yet, sample an array of unforgettable flavors! Always remember, each distillery has a unique narrative, a different method, and a distinct flavor, waiting to be explored and savored. So, grab your passport, hit the trail, and let the captivating world of Kentucky Bourbon unfold in front of you.

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  1. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour offers a fantastic opportunity to immerse oneself in the breathtaking beauty of Kentucky while exploring four remarkable distilleries. From the classic Willett to the charismatic Three Boys Farm, each stop promises a distinctive experience of craft bourbons that will delight any whiskey enthusiast. Not only do you get to savor unique flavors, but you also gain valuable insights into the cherished traditions of whiskey-making. So, for an unforgettable journey blending both natural beauty and exquisite spirits, this trail is an absolute must-visit.

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Written by Emma Jones

Emma Jones has been writing about the spirits industry for the past five years. She has a degree in journalism and has written for several publications. Emma is passionate about the history and culture of whiskey and bourbon, and loves to share her knowledge with her readers. She is an active member of the Bourbon Women Association and the Kentucky Distillers Association. Emma is also a frequent speaker at whiskey and bourbon events, and has been featured in several publications and podcasts. She is dedicated to educating her readers on the history and culture of whiskey and bourbon, and is always looking for new ways to share her knowledge.

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