Town Branch distillery in Lexington has becomes the seventh facility to join the famous Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
Located in downtown Lexington, the new $6 million distillery is scheduled to open in September with tours starting Oct. 1. It’s the first new distillery to be built in Lexington in more than 100 years.
“This is an exciting and inspiring day for us all,” said Jeff Conder, chairman of the Kentucky Distillers’ Association Board of Directors and Vice President of Americas Operations for Beam, Inc.
“We’re honored that Town Branch is joining our prestigious tour of distilleries. We’re thrilled to add Lexington as a host community to greet thousands of visitors to our trademark attraction.”
Created by the KDA in 1999, the Kentucky Bourbon Trail journey features seven distilleries, each offering an educational experience on crafting the world’s finest Bourbon: Four Roses, Heaven Hill, Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Town Branch, Wild Turkey and Woodford Reserve.