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5 Best Bourbon Distilleries to Visit in Kentucky

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Buffalo Trace, Frankfort

This distillery is the oldest continuously operating one in the state, and most whiskey aficionados are extremely familiar with the label.

Fun Fact: During the Prohibition period, this distillery stayed open and brewed medicinal whiskey, which was legal in most places if it was prescribed. The sprawling property at Buffalo Trace looks like it was taken right out of rural Ireland.

While visiting, you’ll find old brick buildings that are set against rolling hills and steam pouring from chimneys. We recommend you take the Landmarks Tour.

It will take you to spots in the distillery that perfectly demonstrate why it was designated a national historic landmark and, of course, it will end with a relaxing bourbon tasting.

Be sure to let us know in the comments section which of these bourbon distilleries was you’re favorite. And in the meantime, we’ve got a related article we think you’ll enjoy. Check out: 11 Best Cities To Eat Barbecue in America, According To Experts

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