The original Heaven Hill distillery in Bardstown, where the company still has its headquarters, warehouses and a visitors center. Today the bourbon is made in Louisville after a fire destroyed the distillery in 1996.
The original Heaven Hill distillery in Bardstown, where the company still has its headquarters, warehouses and a visitors center. Today the bourbon is made in Louisville after a fire destroyed the distillery in 1996.
The original Heaven Hill distillery in Bardstown, where the company still has its headquarters, warehouses and a visitors center. Today the bourbon is made in Louisville after a fire destroyed the distillery in 1996.

After 80 years in business, Heaven Hill to fill seven millionth barrel of Kentucky bourbon

February 08, 2015 04:15 PM

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