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My 20s engineer son and I toured the Evan Williams Distillery on a Thursday in February. We walked in and were able to get on a tour beginning a few minutes later with four other people. This tour focuses mostly on the history of Bourbon Distilling in Louisville. The tour…
We stopped here on our Bourbon Tour vacation and it was different than the others. That didn't make it bad, just different. It was in the middle of town as apposed to large, green grounds. It had a lot of media type education.
We went for the speakeasy experience and it was well worth the cost. We are excited to go back with a group of friends. The gift shop is nice and I don't feel it was over priced. The staff are great people.
I liked the vibe of where we were setup. It was a little dark and comfortable, nice late afternoon tour. There were 4 tastings, 3 chocolates, 1 toasted marshmelow and they give you a glass at the end. Overall I liked it. However, I just didn't love the taste of their…
After visiting Angel's Envy first, Evan Williams was a big disappointment. Mostly multimedia and sets - yes, there was Louisville bourbon history, but that was the only interesting part. You are given 4 bourbons for tasting, so that's a plus. The tasting tables were the coolest…