Rapid growth continues in Bourbon Country as Four Roses announced it will be adding $23M in 17 new rickhouses in Bullitt County, KY at its Coxs Creek warehousing campus.
The colossal addition will equate to 776,000 total square feet of new housing for all those lovely barrels of liquid joy, bringing each new rickhouse to an AVG of 45,000+ square ft.
“We’re excited about the growth of Four Roses and to have the capacity to bring our
Bourbon to more whiskey-lovers around the country, but we’re even more excited about
the growth of Kentucky’s bourbon industry,” said Ryan Ashley, chief operating officerfor Four Roses Bourbon. “We look forward to welcoming new members to the Four Roses team with this expansion who will help us continue to show that the best bourbons in the world come out of this state.”
Four Roses has roots dating back to the mid-19 th Century in Georgia, with the company producing bourbon in Kentucky since 1888. The distillery operated along Louisville’s Whiskey Row until eventually relocating to Lawrenceburg in the 1960s.
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