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Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail toasting tourists with new attractions
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The $20 million Jim Beam visitors center, called the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, is a replica of a 1930s stillhouse. Jim Beam and Kentucky’s other distilleries have been expanding their tourist attractions in the last year.
Bruce Schreiner/Associated Press



Sylvia and William Smith of Shelburne, Mass., check out a display at Jim Beam’s new visitors center in Clermont, Ky.
Bruce Schreiner/Associated Press



Jim Beam master distiller Fred Noe, right, opens a barrel of whiskey to celebrate the opening of the company’s new visitors center at the distillery.
Bruce Schreiner/Associated Press



Jim Beam products line the shelves at the central Kentucky distillery’s new visitors center in Clermont, Ky.
If you go

Jim Beam American Stillhouse: 526 Happy Hollow Road, Clermont, Ky.; www.americanstillhouse.com or (502) 543-9877. Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sunday, noon-4:30 p.m. Closed Sundays in January and February and major holidays. Guided tours, $8. Self-guided tours, free.

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Bruce Schreiner/Associated Press



The $20 million Jim Beam visitors center, called the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, is a replica of a 1930s stillhouse. Jim Beam and Kentucky’s other distilleries have been expanding their tourist attractions in the last year.
Bruce Schreiner/Associated Press



Sylvia and William Smith of Shelburne, Mass., check out a display at Jim Beam’s new visitors center in Clermont, Ky.
Bruce Schreiner/Associated Press



Jim Beam master distiller Fred Noe, right, opens a barrel of whiskey to celebrate the opening of the company’s new visitors center at the distillery.
Bruce Schreiner/Associated Press



Jim Beam products line the shelves at the central Kentucky distillery’s new visitors center in Clermont, Ky.
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