Two Jim Beam Bourbon warehouses burn as approximately 45,000 barrels of bourbon are at risk as firefighters continue to battle a blaze today in Woodford County, Kentucky.
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Kentucky Bourbon storage warehouse collapses overnight at O.Z. Tyler Distillery in Owensboro, Kentucky. 4,000 barrels of Bourbon might be destroyed, but reports are there was no one injured.
To us at BourbonBlog.com, every day is National Bourbon Day. We’re always on the hunt to find Bourbons to tell you about, distilleries to visit, and events to host to share the Bourbon with you. I’ve created a list of a few Bourbons we’ve been sipping lately at BourbonBlog Headquarters. There are way more than… Read more »
Pernod Ricard has just signed the agreement for the acquisition of a majority share of Rabbit Hole Whiskey, produced and based in Louisville, Kentucky. The value of the transaction has not been disclosed and is expected to close shortly.
Bourbon on the Banks Festival is a new whiskey festival happening in Franklin County, Kentucky in August 2019. Bourbon themed Events happening in Frankfort County Kentucky and
Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. releases their first Peerless Bourbon Whiskey in over 100 years in June 2019. After four years waiting for the maturation of Peerless Bourbon, the release will be limited at the distillery in Louisville, Kentucky.
Could the new $1,500 Baccarat Edition mark the most expensive Woodford Reserve Bourbon ever? This XO Cognac finished Kentucky Straight Bourbon can be found only in Duty-Free stores now.
Do you want to taste the ultimate Kentucky contest? You can have it with America’s Best Racing, Horse Country, and VisitLex – we’ll pour you some Bourobn and tell you how as you’ll travel to the Lexington, Kentucky region.
Woodford Reserve Bourbon whiskey is releasing their Batch Proof Bourbon Whiskey for 2019 as part of the Master’s Collection series. This second annual limited-edition Bourbon release from Woodford takes the Kentucky whiskey to barrel proof, which is 123.2
Watch raw footage of the crowd and horse jockey Flavien Prat’s reaction to the Maximum Security disqualification decision and Country House being declared the winner of Kentucky Derby 145 at Churchill Downs in Louisville.