Tourism

Buffalo Trace Achieves One Millionth Visitor

Buffalo Trace Distillery welcomed its one millionth cumulative visitor Wednesday. The Distillery has been keeping track of visitation since it first opened for tours in 1999, and recently began actively counting down the visitors in anticipation of reaching the one millionth milestone. Some careful calculations led the team to narrow down which week they would likely host the one millionth ...

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On The Road At Houston’s Julep

Houston's Julep bar

By Randall H. Borkus I found myself on business in “Space City,” Houston, Texas, with one day for work plus a day off to follow, so I naturally devoted some time to exploring the whiskey bar options. What I found is Houston has numerous whiskey bar options, but the saloon that caught my eye was Julep, partly because it was ...

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On The Road At Denver’s Whiskey Bar

Whiskey Bar's Dave Berry

By Randall H. Borkus As a tax lawyer/entrepreneur, I travel around the US a lot on business, and that recently took me to the mile-high city of Denver. With all my meetings completed for the day, I found myself in need of a serious pour of good whiskey, which is why I sought out Whiskey Bar. Not “The Whiskey Bar,” but ...

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Wilderness Trail: Bringing Kentucky Craft Whiskey In From The Sticks

Wilderness Trail Shane Baker & Pat Heist

Updated July 18, 2016 With Their New Distillery, Wilderness Trail Is Set To Become A Leader In Bluegrass Craft Distilling By Richard Thomas Danville has long struck me as a strangely out of the way place. A lovely college town and local center, it’s also miles removed from a convenient interstate exit, and thus a little troublesome to reach, this ...

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