Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tour Packages from the Louisville Bourbon Inn

Add a Bourbon Trail Tour Package and We’ll Make All the Arrangements!

Whether you’re wondering where to stay on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, or you’re coming to Louisville and you want to combine your stay with an exciting Bourbon Trail Tour Package, you have picked the right B&B for the perfect bourbon experience: the Louisville Bourbon Inn. We have partnered with official Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tour vacation companies to create an all-inclusive one-day Kentucky bourbon trail tour package that our guests really love. This packaged tour doesn’t require any effort on your part. We make all the arrangements and provide you with a personalized Bourbon Trail Tour Package itinerary for the day. All you have to do is show up!

Woodford Reserve Distillery
Jim Beam Distillery

Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tour for Two

Explore the rich tradition and proud history of America’s Official Native Spirit — Bourbon! Book the room of your choice for a two-night stay at the Louisville Bourbon Inn and spend one full day on a guided Bourbon Country Tour for two. You will be picked up at the Inn in the morning and spend about eight hours touring three different bourbon distilleries. It’s a fun way to learn more about Kentucky’s bourbon history and an opportunity to sample many different kinds of bourbons. The specific distilleries you visit will depend on availability and event schedules at each location. Potential tours include Maker’s Mark, Jim Beam, Heaven Hill, Woodford Rserve, Buffalo Trace, Wild Turkey, Four Roses, Castle & Hill, Bulleit Stitzel-Weller, Angel’s Envy, Old Forester and Barton 1792.

You will be treated to an excellent lunch at a place only the locals know about while on your tour, and we will arrange for dinner at Bucks Restaurant (just arround the corner) when you return to the Inn. We will also give you an autographed copy of Louisville author and chef David Domine’s “Feast for the Eyes: Recipes from America’s Grandest Victorian Neighborhood” bourbon cookbook (subject to availability). This is an all-inclusive package with transportation, distillery tour admission and all meals for the day (gratuities not included). Don’t miss this opportunity to experience your favorite Bourbon Spirits!

You can book your tour at the same time as you book your room reservation. The add-on price for two is $600 plus tax.

Private or Custom Bourbon Trail Tour Package

We also love customizing specialized Bourbon Trail tour packages for our guests.  Perhaps you’re coming with a small group that would like a private tour of Bourbon Country; or you want to choose the bourbon distilleries you visit, the kind of vehicle you ride in, or some other desire Give us a call and we will do our best to arrange it!  The add-on price varies based on your requests.

Bourbon Flights
Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

Louisville Urban Bourbon Trail

The Urban Bourbon Trail is a collection of Louisville bars and restaurants that contribute to the city’s urban bourbon experience. You can download an Urban Bourbon Passport that leads you to each location. Every bar or restaurant in the passport has at least 60 different varieties of bourbon on the bar with staff who are trained to explain the differences and answer your questions. You can purchase bourbon flights at each location, and your passport gives you a discount on food or liquor at many of the establishments on the Urban Bourbon Trail.

Louisville’s Bourbon District

Once known as the “Wall Street of Whiskey,” Louisville has a long history of business related to whiskey and bourbon ever since Evan Williams came to town around 1780. Only five minutes from the Inn, you will find the Louisville Bourbon District with six distilleries: the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, Old Forester Distilling Co, Angel’s Envy Distillery, Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co., Michster’s Distillery, and Rabbit Hole Distillery. Each distillery on the trail is only a five minute walk from the previous distillery. There are also a couple of great places to snap photos, including a statue of the bartender who created the city’s signature drink, the Old Fashioned.

Louisville Bourbon District

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