Kentucky’s Log Still Distillery recently launched its Single Barrel Selection Program, an experience the distiller says will embody their commitment to community while inviting visitors to go on a personal bourbon journey.
“Every barrel of bourbon carries a piece of our historic distillery trailblazing milestones and the spirit of southern Nelson County,” said Wally Dant, Log Still’s president and distiller. “With this special offering, we are excited to share the opportunity for guests to select their personal single barrel and celebrate their own triumphs, legacy, and Kentucky’s heritage.”
A statement from Log Still explains that their Single Barrel Selection Program includes a private distillery tour and a guided tasting of multiple single barrel selections, including Monk’s Road Bourbon and Rattle & Snap Tennessee Whiskeys.
The whiskey enthusiasts taking part will also partake of small bites and cocktails prepared by the distillery’s culinary team. Each visitor’s selected barrel will be marked with a customized bottle label, for a more personal and memorable occasion.
Dant said that the new program is an embodiment of Log Still’s mission, “connecting the past, present, and future of bourbon through a unique, personal experience.”
Log Still Distillery is located in Gethsemane, Kentucky, and the operation is guided by Wally Dant and cousins Lynne and Charles Dant. It’s been re-built on old distillery land and reimagined to create a bourbon and family destination.
The Single Barrel Selection Program is available on request, and to find out more or to schedule a visit, check out www.logstilldistillery.com.
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