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Jim Beam American Stillhouse

526 Happy Hollow Rd., Clermont, KY 40110-8900
+1 502-215-2295
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Full-Day Bourbon Trail Distillery Tour to Jim Beam, Heaven Hill and Barton 1972
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Visit the newly renovated Jim Beam American Stillhouse, and experience the two centuries of history, heritage and craftsmanship of America’s #1 bourbon. Nestled in the rolling foothills of Kentucky, the distillery offers something for everyone – picturesque views, history and, of course, world-famous Jim Beam® Bourbon. You will see the bourbon-making process firsthand and witness what goes into creating an authentic liquid legend. You will have an up-close and personal look into the long lineage of the First Family of Bourbon, their business, and its impact on Kentucky and the bourbon industry. You will come as a friend and leave as family.
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  • Very good24%
  • Average5%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:30
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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526 Happy Hollow Rd., Clermont, KY 40110-8900
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+1 502-215-2295
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Reserved a tour on line and all went as planned. The tour guide was excellent and fun. Nice easy to traverse facilities with a great tasting area. Not a great deal of specific info on each of their many products. Would have taken a lot...More

Thank jameshT196QE
Reviewed 4 days ago

While in KY we had to visit the Jim Beam American Stillhouse. We did the Bourbon 101 tour since 1.) the other tour was sold out (so get there early or buy tickets in advance) and 2.) We were bourbon newbies! Our tour guide Adam...More

Thank journey2fifty
Reviewed 6 days ago

Everything about Beam is different. The visitor’s center is much larger than the others on the bourbon tour. The production is much higher and possibly as high as all of the other facilities on the tour put together. The tour experience is as good as...More

Thank 04DTS
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited here with my wife and had a great experience. Our guide was Kayla and she was very knowledgeable and kept it interesting. Tasting the different kinds of bourbon was great and knowing the history behind it was even better. Didn't get to go on...More

Thank Brandon G
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a great tour and interesting history of bourbon in the US. I am not a bourbon drinker and went mostly because I knew my husband would enjoy it. The grounds a re beautiful, lush rolling hills and well maintained gardens and structures. The...More

Thank Linda C
Reviewed 1 week ago

We've toured many bourbon and whiskey distilleries and this one tops them all. The visitor center is awesome and the staff was friendly. Our tour guide, Michael (a girl), was super. She was friendly, funny, knowledgeable, and a great host. The tasting was so cool,...More

Thank ALA_Traveler52
Reviewed 1 week ago

The guides are very knowledgable and very interactive. We came with our friends not expecting it to be as it was. Will come back again with friends!

Thank JenniferColins
Reviewed 1 week ago

Everyone recognizes Jim Beam Bourbon but the distillery, the grounds and the history are amazing. We rated it in our top 3 distilleries to visit. The tour is impressive and having a chance to fill your own bottle of Knob Creek and have it personalized...More

Thank michaelsL3638RM
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was the first stop on our second day of our Bourbon Trail trip in June 2017. We got their early on Sunday (this is one of the few distilleries that is open on Sunday's) and took an hour or so to relax in the...More

Thank keeganxt
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped in at Jim Beam on our bourbon tour and was pleasantly surprised. The facilities there are extensive as is the tasting rooms. The tour takes you all over their facilities including some of their rack rooms. And the guides are very knowledgable about...More

Thank naturistcouple1234
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CarolColumbusGA
Seeking info on the decanter train cars. I have several and am interested in selling them. Some still have bourbon with unbroken seals. All are in excellent condition, some in original boxes. Please advise if you can provide info on train cars. I have 17 cars and some track. Thanks
20 June 2017|
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Response from SchruteFarmsBeets | Reviewed this property |
Add Bourbon Secondary Market on Facebook, ask there.
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Gr3d
Hi all, Is the distillery open on Easter Sunday? The website suggests it is always open on Sundays but google says it might be effected by Easter!
16 April 2017|
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Response from Josh D | Property representative |
We are closed Easter Sunday at both the Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, KY - and the Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse in Louisville, KY.
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JOYCEH_11
we want to drive to the Stillhouse, can we call and reserve tour tickets to avoid being told their all sold out.
3 April 2017|
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Response from friendsofwine | Reviewed this property |
Yes, for sure, as above - make reservations online! Also, there is only a small/eat outside barbeque food place. We were there in November and it was too cold to eat outdoors. So just plan your eating accordingly... More
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