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We were doing the Bourbon Trail and thought it was only fitting to see how the barrels are made. What an amazing experience. We loved seeing the steps from start to finish. Definitely an experience for any bourbon lover!
We ( two couples ) came for the 1pm tour. Amazing the amount of barrels they produce in a day. Even more amazing the amount of physical labor that is required to build these barrels. Tour last about 1 hour, no photos inside, there is...More
ISC or the Kentucky Cooperage is a MUST see tour on The Bourbon Trail. This a complete history of the barrel manufacture for the “spirits” industry. What a tour it is and a wealth of information to absorb. You tour the place while it’s running...More
It's a bit out of the way, but well worth the time to visit. Make your reservations ahead of time as they only do 3 a day. The tour guide, Ashley, was a delight. It was very interesting to hear all about how bourbon. barrels...More
If you're doing the Bourbon Trail, do yourself a favor and carve out some time to stop and learn how the barrels are made that so heavily influence many of the whiskeys you'll be seeing and tasting.
The tour was super interesting and informative -...More
Was really looking forward to learning the barrel making process after it was recommended by one of the distilleries. On the morning of my reserved tour, the company called to cancel because they had some barrel buyers coming in that day and didn’t want to...More
If you like bourbon go do this tour! So interesting and I learned so much Ann was our guide and she did a great job. Closed toed shoes are required. I have a deeper appreciation of the bourbon aging process now that I know what...More
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It is free. Great tour. One point to note, there are two tours given daily. The times noted are the start times, they are not opening hours like they are for the distilleries. Not much else to do in the close area, so... More
It is free. Great tour. One point to note, there are two tours given daily. The times noted are the start times, they are not opening hours like they are for the distilleries. Not much else to do in the close area, so plan your arrival time accordingly.