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As we’ve combed through all 162 submissions for our list of The Best Places to Stay in Bourbon Country, a few have stood out to us Bourbon Travelers. Last week, we visited Bed & Bourbon properties in Louisville, but...
Photos Courtesy of Four Roses Celebrations to include historical tasting events, traveling Four Roses memorabilia, Limited Edition Small Batch release and more This year, Four Roses is raising a glass to a special milestone—130 years of handcrafting Bourbon. The brand’s storied...
  Since launching the Best Places to Stay in Bourbon Country initiative, we've been busy combing through the nominations (162 of them, in fact). One in particular caught our attention - it is called Bed & Bourbon - and prompted a 1x1 discussion...
March 3rd marks 121 years since the passage of the Bottled-in-Bond Act. Find out what this still means for your Bourbon today! Back before the days of carefully crafted whiskey and Bourbon made by some of the finest palates in...
Haven’t been keeping up with the world of Bourbon this month? We’ve got you covered. Here are our top recipes, releases, and industry news articles of the month! 1. Heaven Hill Announces Release of Old Fitzgerald Bottled in Bond Series Just...
NEAT: The Story of Bourbon" r​eleased this week on iTunes and VOD, immediately topping the Most Downloaded list for Documentaries.​ The film was 4th on the Top-Pre Ordered List on iTunes, behind such titles as Thor: Ragnarok, Murder on the...
While the US presidents don’t always agree on their policies, we have certainly had our share of drinkers at the helm. Notable whiskey enthusiasts who held the highest office in the land include Harry S. Truman (who reportedly began...
Click here to fill out the nomination form! The Bourbon Review and Danville-Boyle County Convention & Visitors Bureau are excited to announce the launch of the Best Places to Stay in Bourbon Country 2018! This program will highlight the best-in-class...

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