What distilleries are around in Louisville Kentucky?

There are 9 distillery experiences open to the public in the Louisville area:

  • Angel’s Envy Distillery.
  • Bulleit Frontier Whiskey Experience at Stitzel-Weller.
  • Copper & Kings American Brandy.
  • Evan Williams Bourbon Experience.
  • Kentucky Artisan Distillery.
  • Kentucky Peerless Distilling.
  • Michter’s Micro-Distillery.

Can you buy bourbon at the Louisville airport?

Package liquor sales recently began at the airport and a variety of local Kentucky distilled spirits are now available for purchase. You can pick up a bottle at the Distillery District Marketplace located in the rotunda beyond the security checkpoint.

Where do you fly into for the Bourbon Trail?

Louisville International Airport
Getting to Kentucky Out-of-state Bourbon explorers can arrive at any airport in Kentucky—but we recommend touching down at Louisville International Airport, Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport, or the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky Airport.

How many distilleries are in Louisville Ky?

Louisville has the most, with 16. Interestingly, 11 of those 16 were licensed in the last five years, which means the industry is growing very fast here.

What alcohol is Louisville known for?

Louisville, Kentucky is a city that’s famously known for a drink: bourbon. Sure, it’s technically Kentucky that invented Bourbon, but Louisville has embraced it, built upon it, and created a drinking scene honoring it. Louisville has even coined the term “Bourbonism” to describe tourism focused on bourbon.

Is the Bourbon Trail worth it?

They give a really thorough background on the drink and Louisville’s history with it (and yes, it ends with a tasting). Seeing as this is the only “bourbon tour” in Louisville proper, it’s worth the stop. The samples were pretty small, but it’s straight bourbon, so you’re probably gonna feel pretty good afterward.

How much does the Kentucky Bourbon Trail cost?

Is there a fee to visit the distilleries? Yes, all of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail distilleries charge a fee for a tour or a tasting. During our visit this ranged from $5 to $20 per person depending on the distillery and the type of tour you choose to take.

Is Buffalo Trace the same as Pappy Van Winkle?

Both the Old Rip Van Winkle and the Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve labels are now produced at Buffalo Trace and remain in high demand. Both labels continue to receive the highest acclaim throughout the industry, with numerous awards and accolades.

How many distilleries are in downtown Louisville?

Today, there are seven Downtown Distillery experiences.

What is the most popular alcohol in Kentucky?

The state’s most famous drink, was introducing by U.S. Senator Henry Clay during the 18th century. Use that Kentucky made, Maker’s Mark for your bourbon ball. Technically a bottled beer, this bourbon infused beer is a state favorite.