This is a photo teaser for the Jack Daniels’ Distillery, an adventure you should take!
Jack Daniel’s whiskey is the number one selling American whiskey across the world. Ironically the county in which the whisky is made, Moore County, is a dry county. As such, the whiskey is not available for purchase in stores or restaurants within the county. Such a shame, but then again there is always the White Rabbit Bottle Shop.
Lynchburg is located in the south-central region of Tennessee. Set in a peaceful valley surrounded by rolling hills and rich farmland. At an hour and a half’s drive from Nashville, Tennessee, it is an easy journey if you are flying or driving.
The area surrounding the distillery is known as “Stillhouse Hollow.” At the base of a limestone cliff, inside a cave, is a natural spring that is utilized for the distilling process. The distillery and land was purchased outright by Jack Daniel in the mid 1880’s.
The Visitor Center is an open spacious room with exposed timber rafters. There are several displays and exhibits to learn more about the history and process involved. Give yourself plenty of time to fully appreciate the information ahead of the Tour.
Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel (1849-1911)
The Tours offer an aroma and visual sensation with each part of the process and building you enter. This photo teaser does not contain any of those photos.
That is for you to enjoy firsthand…
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