Bardstown Bourbon Co. comes to Downtown Louisville
Bardstown Bourbon Company’s new tasting experience is now in downtown Louisville’s storied Whiskey Row. As the modern bourbon experience, the Louisville Tasting Room will feature highly interactive education, innovative craft cocktails, augmented reality and immersive digital environments, curated retail merchandise and exclusive bottles.
Bardstown Bourbon Company named Worldwide Whiskey Producer of the Year
Less than a decade after Bardstown Bourbon Company broke ground, the distillery and brand dedicated to honoring tradition while pushing the boundaries of the spirits industry has been named 2023 Worldwide Whiskey Producer by International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC).
A Saturday Afternoon in Bardstown
We spent a Saturday afternoon in Bardstown shopping, chatting, and eating. There are some things we think you should know and recommendations we think you should have!. There are so many shops to see right around the square in Bardstown; HOWEVER, many of them close at 3 PM, and mostly everything is closed by 5 PM on Saturdays. This is definitely something to note if you’re wanting to browse stores. We did make it in time to stop on a few and recommend stopping in the ones we mention even if you aren’t looking to buy anything!
Road-tripping to Bardstown? Here's what we suggest.
We road-tripped to Bardstown and spent about half of an autumn day. We started with a breakfast at Pat's Place at 125 North Third Street. They are open for breakfast and lunch daily, starting at 8 am. As you can tell from this beautiful golden brown pancake, it was an excellent choice.
Bardstown City Council Repeals Mayor's Pay Increase After Gaye Ballard (Council Candidate) Asks For Investigation
Dick Heaton at the Oct 11 2022 Council MeetingPLG TV 13 Screen Shot. In a move that stunned watchers of Bardstown City Hall politics, the Bardstown City Council moved to repeal the previously improperly passed ordinance that doubled Mayor Heaton's salary from $30,000 to $60,000.
Bardstown Business Owner Fighting City's Double Standard on Signs
A Bardstown business owner is fighting back over what she perceives as a double standard by the city of Bardstown over signs. Mary Daniel Taylor who owns Liberty Tax and Rachelle Daniele Rose Gifts & Decor has been an outspoken critic of the city of Bardstown on numerous issues. Taylor has tried to bring to light issues surrounding Crystal Rogers and Tommy Ballard. Several years ago the city began removing the Crystal Rogers signs down while leaving other signs up. She has been fighting city hall for equity and fairness in their treatment of local businesses for some time now.
Adam Gossom Nelson County School Board Candidate Refused To Attend Debate
Nelson County School Board Debate District 1NCAFPAC. October 8, 2022 (Bardstown, KY) The Nelson County America First PAC has conducted 7 debates so far this election cycle with 15 candidates attending. Only one candidate sent out a press release stating he would refuse to attend. Adam Gossom a political newcomer and newcomer to Nelson County stated that the debate would be biased against him. Gossom is running against Nelson County native David Norman in District 1. In a bizarre press release that some believed to be written in coordination with Ashley Hollingshead (District 4 Candidate) he alleged bias.
Have Fun On The Kentucky Bourbon Trail | RV Destination
In this video we show a must do destination if you like to travel in your RV. The Kentucky bourbon trail. We stop at Makers Mark, Jim Beam and Old Steelhouse distilleries and show you just how much fun you can have.
3 things to do this summer in Bardstown, Kentucky
As summer is getting closer, we want to share time with friends and family. The Bardstown-Nelson Chamber of Commerce hosts 91 member business organizations in their searchable directory. Bardstonians looking for wholesome things to do should look into visiting these 3 places this summer.