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A large group of “Bourbon Boys” attended an Early Saturday morning tasting and it was fantastic!! Master Distiller Danny Kahn really impressed us with his depth of knowledge & Suzanne was great on the history of the distillery.
Would rate it a 10+ and would...More
We signed up weeks in advance for the Estate Tour and Jerica was our guide. This tour is only offered once daily with a maximum of five people. Since there were four in our group, we had a private tour. When you arrive at the...More
they did not fit my time constraints. instead I took the basic tour and it was pretty much the "Joe Friday/just the facts" version. It was informative and interesting but I wish I could have seen a bit more of the distillery/grounds and learned more...More
This place gave an awesome tour. I've been to many brewery and distillery tours and this one is at the top. Very great tour that is for free! The smell is amazing around the facility. Highly recommend stopping here for a tour.
Had a great tour at distillery. Net the new Master Distiller, Danny Kahn. Mr Kahn was kind to take a few minutes to talk. He shared having been on the job for
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We had a comprehensive, informative, and fun tour of the 1792 distillery and many thanks to Katie who is quite a character, knowledgeable, warm, fun, and ideal for this job. The tour lasted for longer than I expected and covered all aspects, which was just...More
This is an awesome small distillery. You may want to tour a larger facility to see how vast their operations are, but don't overlook 1792 just because it's a little smaller. This place is a gem. Their (free) tour and tasting is every bit as...More