We are nestled in the small quiet town of Burlington KY, and conveniently close to major highways. Let us help you map out your Bourbon Trail tour today. We can provide a driver (and a car) to whisk you away for a day, afternoon or a quick outing right down the street. Come back to Burlington and enjoy sipping bourbon by the fire pit or in the comfort of your room. Then, take a quick walk down the street to either the Tousey House or Washington Square Café for some southern fare.
Call us for more information at 859-689-5097 and to book your weekend getaway now.
Bourbon is great to cook with as well. For November and December, we are featuring a bourbon/orange/pecan crème brûlée for breakfast. We also make a bourbon BBQ sauce for wings, and a bourbon mushroom sauce for rib eye steaks! It adds notes of caramel and smoke and enhances stews and chili as well.
A bit of background on Bourbon
Bourbon is an American Whiskey produced under a specific set of guidelines, and predominantly made in southern Kentucky. This fine spirit had its start in the 1700s, with the first settlers of Kentucky. In those days, difficult-to-transport crops were instead turned into much easier-to-move whiskies. These early whiskies also happened to offer a welcome respite from a laborious frontier life. Over successive generations, Kentuckians have continued making and refining these unique whiskies, often using the same process as their ancestors. Today, you will find a range of Bourbon styles, including traditional, high-rye, and high-wheat bourbons.
On The Bourbon Trail near Willis Graves B&B
Barton’s 1792 Distillery
Heaven Hill Bourbon Heritage Center
Bardstown Bourbon Company
Corsair Artisan Distillery
Jefferson’s Reserve at Kentucky Artisan Distillery
Alltech Lexington Brewing & Distilling Company
Barrel House Distilling Company
Limestone Branch Distillery
The Bulleit Experience at Stitzel-Weller Distillery
Copper & Kings
Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
Jim Beam Urban Distillery
New Riff Distillery
Old Pogue Distillery
MB Roland Distillery
Four Roses Warehouses & Bottling Tours
Jim Beam American Stillhouse