This place is reasonably priced compared to most distillarys we have visited. They also have a little restaurant with good prices. The menu had a good selection and we chose barbecue nachos and sweet tea. It was very good. They also let you buy drinks at a bar and you get to keep the pretty bourbon glass. I took a hot toddy to-go since it was a cold day, we visited in January. The hot toddy warmed me up. I advise to wear a toboggan or ear warmers because youre touring in and out of buildings. I never got cold. I enjoyed the free tasting at the end and being able to keep the pretty shot glass. The tour was interesting the whole time and was not drawn out. The drinks are permitted before the tour or at the end of the tour but not during. You have an option to make your own bottle of single barrel Knob Creek bourbon for $59. The tour guide was very informative and interactive throughout. I enjoyed every bit of it.