Well, I've since returned and had an enjoyable time. The Jim Beam Outpost was not particularly interesting, as there wasn't much to see. The Heaven Hill Visitor's Center is nice, and I suppose that the miniature tour is about all they can do there since their Bernheim facility doesn't give tours of the distillation. While they were both interesting, I'm not sure I would be particularly interested in visiting either again. I visited the three facilities on the western end of the Bourbon Trail, as I did the eastern end in February. I'd really like to take the Buffalo Trace hard hat tour as it was by far my favorite visit, but distillation ceases between April and October there. The drive is very nice, as is the scenery. It was actually enjoyable to take some of the country roads as I'm typically a freeway traveler, and even crossed over into Indiana at Markland and drove up to Lawrenceburg, IN for a drive-by of the Seagram's distillery (of course, I didn't have a choice since there aren't any bridges between Markland and the Cropper). I also drove by the Beam Cincinnati distillery on I-75. It's a facility I'd love to see, especially since they produce the only line of cordials I use, but alas, they don't give tours either. Would it be better to write to the facility or the corporate folks in Deerfield to see it?