Watch as Whisky Magazine visits the Kentucky Bourbon Festival

Watch as Whisky Magazine visits the Kentucky Bourbon Festival

In the first episode of Whisky Magazine and American Whiskey Magazine's Kentucky tour, Christopher and Maggie take in the world-famous bourbon whiskey festival in Bardstown

Video | 15 Oct 2023

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Bardstown's Kentucky Bourbon Festival was recently reinvented and now offers whiskey enthusiasts more than ever before.


From unlimited pours of a diverse range of whiskey styles to festival-exclusive barrel picks and masterclasses to live music, the festival is a true bucket-list event for whiskey enthusiasts, connoisseurs, and collectors.


Distillers old and new, commercial and crafty were all in attendance at the 2023 show, pouring for attendees who had flown in from all over the United States and beyond. Now a true destination event, we sent Whisky Magazine's editor-at-large Christopher Coates and American Whiskey Magazine's contributing editor Maggie Kimberl to learn more.


Watch their tour of the show on the Whisky Magazine YouTube channel.


This will be the first episode in a series of content from Whisky Magazine and American Whiskey Magazine's Tour in Kentucky – subscribe to the channel and enable notifications to keep up with their journey!

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