Jim Beam American Still House Grand Opening

Jim Beam American StillhouseJim Beam American Stillhouse, located in Clermont, Ky., just south of Louisville, invites you to be a part of its grand opening celebration on Oct. 3 at 2:30 p.m. Governor Steven L. Beshear will be there along with Beam President and CEO Matt Shattock, Chairman of the Board David Mackay, and seventh generation Jim Beam master distiller Fredrick Booker Noe III.

The event seeks to recognize the $30 million investment by Beam in the new visitors’ center, Jim Beam American Stillhouse. This celebration will officially open the doors to the new visitors’ center and commemorates Beam’s unwavering commitment to the bourbon industry—the industry it helped create when Jacob Beam made his first bourbon whiskey in 1795.

The opening coincides with Beam’s one-year anniversary as a stand-alone, publicly traded company, and signifies more tourism and ultimately more jobs for Kentucky families.

Jim Beam is the first stop along the distinguished Kentucky Bourbon Trail. The new Jim Beam American Stillhouse offers visitors a look back at the company’s 218-year history, and gives the public first-time-ever tours of the world’s largest bourbon distillery. The opening of the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, as well as a new state-of-the-art Global Innovation Center, reflects a multi-year investment by Beam.

The grand opening event takes place tomorrow at Jim Beam American Stillhouse, 526 Happy Hollow Road, Clermont, KY 40110 at 2:30 p.m.

To RSVP to the event, please contact Jaclyn Cole at 630.932.5545 or 630.414.4637 or by email: jaclyn@jsha.com.

image courtesy of Jim Beam