Visiting Ironroot Republic Distillery is "a must do for anyone that likes a strong smooth bourbon or whiskey". They have "some of the best whiskeys and vodkas you can find". A "great Bloody Mary bar as well" with "DELICOUS bloody mary mix". You can "take a tour of the distillery" and get to hear "their ingredients, mash builds, and processes" as well as see "their barrel storage room" where you can get "to smell some uncorked barrels". You will also have "a lesson on the difference between bourbon and whiskey". Then, you can have "time to relax with friends, play games, have one of their specialty drinks, and food from a local food vendor".
Western Son Distillery has "a nice outdoor patio that has a stage" and "there is live music on certain days". You can avail of their "great tour that is worth the small price and usually, the master distiller gives the tour and really makes you understand how they make all their great spirits". They also have "a mini garden where they grow some fruits and herbs to use in some of the drinks you can buy before or after the tour". Visit and enjoy at their "bar where they mix up to 10-12 great mixed drinks with all their vodkas, gin or whiskey". They are also donating a part of the profit from each bottle of Western Son to the Peter Burks Unsung Hero Fund.
You can find Whiskey Hollow "right off the highway and a great homey place". It is "a small place, but lots of fun". They offer "whiskey, rum, and moonshine distilled right there". They also "have 151 proof liquor and you can even get samples of the flavored moonshine". To achieve wonderfully smooth spirits, they use the "double thumper" process in making Bourbon, Whiskey, Rum and Moonshine. This makes their spirits some of the smoothest on the planet. Come and visit to enjoy "one of the best bourbons" you will "ever" have. Also, their "location in a classic old and historic bank building adds a grand element" of being "cool!"
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