Hardin’s Creek, a new “ultra-rare” brand from James B. Beam Distilling Co., was recently announced as a three-part release of Kentucky straight bourbon whiskeys that make up the next installment in the distillery’s portfolio.
As part of $400 million investment, Jim Beam’s Boston, KY facility will increase capacity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50%
Beam Suntory recently announced it will expand the capacity of Jim Beam Brands with a $400-million investment at the Booker Noe Distillery in Boston, Kentucky.
Hardin’s Creek will be an ongoing series of annual premium American whiskey releases from Jim Beam that aim to showcase the brand’s breadth and depth of whiskey making credentials.
Family and friends of the James B. Beam Distilling Company recently celebrated more than two centuries of bourbon legacy and a completely revamped distillery homestead and visitor experience.
The simple answer to the question of whether Basil Hayden and Old Grand-Dad are the same is no, but that answer is nuanced and bears some explaining.
Five distilleries from the Bardstown, Kentucky area will soon release a collaborative bourbon collection to honor the region known as the “Bourbon Capital of the World.”
This holiday season, Jim Beam is looking to ring in the festivities with its new Bourbon Cream, a “new innovation” from the storied brand.
The new Fred B. Noe Distillery, located on the greater Jim Beam campus in Kentucky, honors seventh generation Master Distiller Fred Noe and also acts as a picture into the future of the Beam whiskey brand.
Jim Beam recently celebrated the filling of its 17 millionth barrel of bourbon since prohibition, and remarkably, noted the filling of one million barrels during 18 months of the pandemic.