Frankfort leading ‘a new wave of spirits-driven travel’

Bourbon tourism is at an all time high, and there is no better place to discover Kentucky’s signature spirit than Frankfort. Read what Elaine Glusac, writer for the New York Times, has to say.

While restoring the 1887-vintage Old Taylor Distillery in Frankfort, Ky., Will Arvin and Wes Murry, partners in the business, discovered abandoned train tracks on the property and a passenger depot once used by visitors arriving to tour the bourbon works. When it reopens in the fall, after a 40-year hiatus, as Castle & Key Distillery, the gin and bourbon brand will use the restored Taylorton Station as a museum, tasting room and the gateway to distillery tours.

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