Kentucky Bourbon Trail® – Bardstown

The Full Day Kentucky Bourbon Trail Bardstown Tour

Featuring:  Makers Mark, Heaven Hill, and Jim Beam in Clermont

The Bardstown region of distilleries are the most varied in size and experience than any other region. These distilleries are nestled in the dense forested hills surrounding “America’s prettiest small town.” The day starts at Makers Mark Distillery which is the longest drive of the day. Makers is known for it’s laid back atmosphere and stunning artwork instillation. You will experience a full tour and tasting here followed by time to dip your own bottle or hang out at the facilities Star Hill Provisions restaurant and bar. The second stop is lunch followed by a full tour and tasting at one of the largest distilled spirits makers in the region-Heaven Hill. Many say it feels small there due to the family owned operation. The last stop of the day is the modern new sprawling campus of Jim Beam. Here you will see everything from grain to bottle and more.

Important Information:

If you have more than 8 your private tour options will be similar in cost.
Be sure to bring a valid photo ID. All Guests must be 21+ for group tours, or on private tours if guests wish to drink alcohol in the vehicle.

PLEASE NOTE: Distilleries prohibit alcoholic beverages to be consumed on site, except in designated areas. Smoking on the grounds or in the vehicle is strictly prohibited.

An initial gratuity is included for the driver, but additional gratuities are welcomed.

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Allergy Disclaimer

Pegasus holds the highest standard for the cleanliness of their vehicles and facilities, but cannot guarantee that any areas visited, or any other guests, will be free of allergens, and assumes no liability for adverse reactions to items one may come into contact with during the course of a tour. If you have a known allergy, please take this into consideration when booking your experience, and have all necessary medication available.

All itineraries are examples and subject to change.

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