Whisky Distilleries

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The two Jim Beam distilleries produce the best selling Bourbon in the world. But besides its mass products they also have different high class products in its range.
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The distillery was founded in 1858 and had many names over the time. It was called Leetown, Ancient Age and now Buffalo Trace. Read more about it below.↓
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When Paul Jones Jr., selling whiskey and tobacco in Louisville, Kentucky, trademarked the Brand Four Roses in 1888, he got hands on a brand that claims back production to the 1860s.
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Situated in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, the Wild Turkey Distillery is an exceptional example for a whiskey distillery that follows its own vision of how bourbon has to be: characterful, very aromatic and last but not least full of power! It hasn’t been very...
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The Heaven Hill distillery is relativity young for a big whiskey distillery. It was founded two years after the prohibition ended. In 1935 the Old Heavenhill Springs was founded by a group of investors and the Shapira brothers. It was a great risk to...
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Makers Mark is on the rise and needs to increase its production capacity. But they don't want to change anything to the production process. So they just multiply their existing production equipment. They already did this around the turn of the millennium...
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Woodford Reserve is a very unique bourbon distillery at Versailles, Kentucky, different from others. In contrast to common bourbon distilleries that work with continuous stills they have three pot stills here to create a triple distilled aromatic whiskey....
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Willett is a well-known name in the whiskey business and stands for a long tradition of dealing in Kentucky bourbon and even in producing it. Indeed - the Willett Distillery in Bardstown is a very new one and started production in 2012, after the old...
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In 1889 the distillery was founded by Tom Moore under his name. It was closed down due to prohibition in 1920. Later after the 21st Amendment in Dec. 1933 the distillery was reopened by his son Con Moore. But he had to sell the distillery in 1944 and so...
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The Limestone Branch distillery is located in Lebanon, Kentucky (USA). Limestone Branch produces Whiskey for the brands Yellowstone and Minor Case.