The Kentucky Bourbon Trail draws tens of thousands of tourists every year, and now, there are even more reasons to visit the Bluegrass State. Jim Beam has opened the new $18 million Jim Beam American Stillhouse visitors center in Clermont, complete with a small-scale distillery to show Bourbon lovers the craft of making whiskey one barrel at a time. At the other end of the Bourbon Trail, Four Roses has opened an all-new visitors center of its own, and even more improvements are planned at the state’s distilleries over the coming year.
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