Sunday, November 7, 2010

American Whiskey Trail Maps

The history of whiskey is intertwined with the history of the founding of the United States.  Because of that, as a tourist you don't have to drink whiskey to partake in the tours of the numerous distilleries and historical sites.

There are two different "whiskey trails".

The Kentucky Bourbon Trail (a trademark of the Kentucky Distillers Association) consists of six distilleries open for tours. The American Whiskey Trail, from the Distilled Spirits Council of the U.S., has compiled a list of distilleries and historical sites for their list.

There is some overlap between the two, so we combined them together on one map to make it easier to find and visit them, although we've left off the Bacardi and Cruzan rum distilleries since they are outside the continental U.S. * NEW * We have also added some independent distilleries from the American Distilling Institute 2012 Directory.

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