Labrot & Graham’s Woodford Reserve Distillery Tour Photos

Woodford Distilery Versailles, KY 2014

I might have mentioned before, I’m a huge bourbon fan. On a recent trip, we had the pleasure of touring the Labrot & Graham’s Woodford Reserve Distillery. Woodford was probably the first premium bourbon I started drinking. For a very long time, it was my “daily” drinker and even now I always have a bottle in the house.

As I’ve mentioned many times on this blog, I suck at photography. I wish I didn’t, but I do. Never the less, below are some pics of the tour. The tour was fun but they hadn’t finished the new visitor’s center, which left me wanting more. Much like the Buffalo Trace standard tour, they provide very basic knowledge and access. I would recommend this, if you are in the Frankfort area. If you are a Justified (TV show on FX), the drive will look a lot like the intro.

Woodford Distilery Mash Tub
Woodford Distilery Mash Tub

Woodford Distilery Copperpot
Woodford Distilery Copperpot

Woodford Reserve Distillery Barrels
Woodford Reserve Distillery Barrels

Woodford Reserve Bourbon Aging Nicely
Woodford Reserve Bourbon Aging Nicely

Woodford Distilery Copperpot
Woodford Distilery Copperpot

Woodfood-Reserve-Distillery-Barrel
Woodford Reserve Distillery Barrel

Woodford Distilery Rickhouse
Woodford Distilery Rickhouse

Labrot & Graham’s Woodford Reserve Distillery Tour Photos

Buffalo Trace Distillery Tour Photos

At the entrance to Buffalo Trace Distillery

I’m a huge bourbon fan. On a recent trip, we had the pleasure of touring the Buffalo Trace Distillery. Some of my favorite bourbons are made right there, so I was very excited.

Below are a few photos I took along the tour. I apologize for the filters a head of time and the generally poor images. The tour was nice, but next time I’ll go on the “Hardhat Tour”, it is supposedly more in-depth. Also, the basic tour (which is free, I might add) was heavily branded toward the Buffalo Trace brand of bourbon (which I don’t hate). The tour guide was very nice and knowledgeable and you get to taste a few at the end of the tour.

 

W L Weller's bottling building, Buffalo Trace
W. L. Weller’s bottling building

Buffalo Trace Tower
Buffalo Trace Tower

Warehouse I, Buffalo Trace
Warehouse I, Buffalo Trace

Warehouse D, Brief Marketing Video Room
Warehouse D, Brief Marketing Video Room

Warehouse D, Entrance
Warehouse D, Entrance

Warehouse D, basement barrel rows
Warehouse D, Basement Barrel Rows

Blanton's Bottling Building
Blanton’s Bottling Building

A Cabinet I Want In My House
A Cabinet I Want In My House

Buffalo Trace Distillery Tour Photos