Since 1869, Wild Turkey bourbon has been made on Wild Turkey Hill, just east of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. Jimmy and Eddie Russell saw a need to expand production to meet growing global demand for bourbon, but no room to grow on the Hill. Now, they’re making Wild Turkey at a new $50 million distillery just up the road, and the dedication ceremony for the new distillery was held this week. The Russells tell us how they’ve gotten the new plant to make spirit that tastes just like the old place, and we’ll hear Jimmy’s entire speech during the ceremony.
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