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We were in the area and decided to take this tour while road tripping the area. First you should know that this is not a working distillery. This is really just a location for barrel storage and aging. It is a great historical site with...More
Bulleit was one of many distillery tours we took during our Bourbon Trail road trip, and it was the favorite, by far! Educational but entertaining, and the grounds are beautiful!Our guide was extremely personable and answered all of the group’s questions. The tasting at the...More
Had a wonderful experience at the Bulleit Frontier at Stitzel-Weller. The tour of the facility was very personal and informative. It lasted about 45 minutes. We went to 4 different buildings and then had an amazing tasting experience. We had a group of about 12...More
This is a must stop tour. The history of stitzler cannot be overstated. It is the legend and still making good bourbon under bulleit. The tour was entertaining and fun, the tasting is big, with large pours of 5 different samples. Great way to start...More
Home of Bulleit bourbon but on the grounds of deep seeded bourbon history. Don't miss this one. Wonderfully kept grounds that allow for guided or personal tours both. Weekends may be too crowded to enjoy the general splendor and the products. See reconstructed offices of...More
Bulleit is my favorite bourbon, so we definitely wanted to visit this Frontier Whiskey experience during our recent trip to Louisville. Entry was a very reasonable $14.00, considering that there were four samples to taste.
Our tour guide was a young woman who knew her...More
Great place to go to hear a detailed history and learn about everything that goes into the process of making a good bourbon. I'd go here for the full tour then hit some other distillers for their tastings!
This was our first stop on our Kentucky Bourbon Boys tour, and it was a great one. Stitzel-Weller was one of the big distillers back in the day, and with Diageo running it now, there is plenty of money to make this a great tour....More