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Old style tavern in historic downtown Elizabethtown. Over 400 bourbons and ryes and 28 craft beers on draft. Great selection of wines and spirits to boot. Live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Open Mic night on Monday, bourbon and wine...more
The Bourbon Barrel Tavern is a must do when visiting Elizabethtown, This place has a great atmosphere and a very good bartender. This is a great place to bring an "out of towner" to also. Highly recommend!
Instead of standing in the infield and getting soaked at the derby, we stopped in for a drink at the Bourbon Barrel Tavern. Brandon and Sara took excellent care of us. Tried a bourbon flight and sampled a couple of tap beers before settling on...More
Downtown Elizabethtown tavern that prides itself with an excellent selection of bourbons and craft beers. Bartenders are friendly and very knowledgable about bourbons.
The regular bartenders Brandon and Sara are exceptional in their knowledge of the wide variety of bourbons. There is music most nights...More
Went here for an after dinner drink. Truly impressive bourbon list; one of the best I've seen, and I've been to many bourbon bars. Also a number of beers on tap, and in bottle. It was crowded, as it was open mike night. Ambience was...More
Stopped in here while visiting E-town and they have a great bourbon selection. Brandon was our bartender and very personable. Service was great. The band playing was a little loud for that size venue but would definitely go back again.
Great place to enjoy a sip of bourbon or a swig of beer. Went in on Friday, bartender, Brandon ask me my name. The next night went back and he remembered my name. The music might be a little loud for some, but great live...More
Visiting family and someone suggested this place. Our group of 5 walked over and it looked cool, as we entered you would have thought we each had two heads and four eyes each. Everyone stopped and stared!! Nowhere to sit so we approached the bar...More
This tavern was a great stop for our family near the Trans-American Trail for cross-country cyclists! We all enjoyed the personable owner who made our visit so enjoyable. We were permitted to order in a Domino's pizza (which was delicious, by the way) while we...More
We were told that they didn't have tea (other patrons were drinking tea). My friend then asked for Mtn. Dew, and we were told they didn't have that. He then asked for ginger ale, that they did have. I ordered a blue moon. Sarah the...More