Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co, Louisville

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Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company opened in Louisville, Kentucky in 2015, but the distillery’s roots extend back to 1889, when Henry Kraver began distilling bourbon. Corky and Carson Taylor, fourth and fifth generation descendants of Kraver, are the historic-turned-urban Bourbon makers. Dedicated to providing a distinctively-authentic bourbon experience with distillery tours, Kentucky Peerless
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  • Toured twice in consecutive days. Nikki and Mark were superb in their presentations. Small distillery yet everything is done on site - grist production, extracting sugars in hot wash, fermentation... 
    Toured twice in consecutive days. Nikki and Mark were superb in their presentations. Small distillery yet everything is done on site - grist production, extracting sugars in hot wash, fermentation...  more »
  • Peerless is a boutique distillery with a long history. The tour was excellent and we learned a lot about both Peerless and the bourbon distilling process. Our guide was excellent and we even had a... 
    Peerless is a boutique distillery with a long history. The tour was excellent and we learned a lot about both Peerless and the bourbon distilling process. Our guide was excellent and we even had a...  more »
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  • Beautiful distillery in the heart of downtown Louisville. We toured it as a family and had a blast. Our tour guide was excellent and really gave us a great tour and you could tell he really loves working at Peerless. Grabbed a couple bottles of the Single Barrell Bourbon as I love their Bourbon. Can't wait to stop by next time I'm in Louisville!!!
  • My wife and I visited the distillery on a trip to Louisville this week. It all came about from me trying their rye whiskey at a local bar. Before I spend so much on anything I insist to try it somewhere. It was delicious and smooth so we lucked out and caught a tour the next day. It had all of what you would expect from distillery tours with a great deal of interesting information on history. The tasting was of their small batch bourbon, their rye and two single barrels (one bourbon and one rye as well) which rotate to a new single barrel when they run out. These single barrels are distillery only and overpriced at $120-ish. They were good, but it’s the usual money grab at tourists tossing money around at a distillery only drink. Overall we had a great time and enjoyed the beautiful design of the spaces. We even met the owner as it is a small place and he wanders around saying hello.

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