The Fascinating Kentucky Distillery That Was Abandoned And Reclaimed By Nature For Decades

In a state that’s known ’round the world for bourbon, it follows that there will be a few abandoned distilleries along the way. Everyone is familiar with the large brands featured on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail; Wild Turkey, Buffalo Trace, and Maker’s Mark are all highly regarded Bluegrass bourbon behemoths. And while these distillers have rich histories of their own, they are merely a few of the hundreds of bourbon producers in Kentucky that have come and gone over the years. Glenns Creek Distilling is one such place; however, this once-abandoned distillery in Kentucky is anything but dead, but filled with history, innovation, and outstanding bourbon.

Have you been to this once-abandoned Kentucky distillery before? Glenns Creek Distilling is a fascinating place that’s definitely worth adding to your Bluegrass bourbon bucket list!

Please note that, due to flood damage affecting the road to the distillery, Glenns Creek Distilling has very specific driving directions to the property, which you can find on the website.

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Address: Glenns Creek Distilling, 3501 McCracken Pike, Frankfort, KY 40601, USA