The rustic Jack Daniels campus requires at least three to six hours, so you can tour the distillery, visit the Lynchburg Hardware & General Store and chow down on country cooking at Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House.
Stop by the Jack Daniel's distillery for a tour.
The George Dickel Distillery is truly a scene straight out of a western: A quaint bridge leads you over a small stream, trees flutter and barrels and buggies are stationed throughout. As for the whiskey, well, it's rich and layered with flavors.
In 2010, the Ole Smoky Distillery in Gatlinburg became the first federally licensed moonshine distillery in eastern Tennessee. The new distillery offers fresh and fun tours with free samples.
Founded in 2010, Corsair Distillery in Nashville is a national leader in the growing craft spirits movement, especially for whiskey.
Corsair crafts eight spirits, including gin, plus seasonal and experimental drinks.
In a short timeframe, Corsair has created more than a dozen experimental products, ranging from Oak Smoked Wheat Whiskey to Triticale Whiskey, which uses the cross species of wheat and rye.
The Nashville distiller is mostly known for its Triple Smoke, a Gold medal winner at the 2010 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
To produce Triple Smoke, Corsair uses three fractions of malted barley smoked by different fuels — cherry wood, peat and beech wood.
Spirits lovers can tour Corsair Distillery everyday but Monday to view the production process.
Here a member of the Corsair team smells the product to evaluate its progress.
Corsair produces spirits from malted barley.
A bartender at Corsair's spirits tasting room pours a sample. Visitors can sample a flight of five spirits or opt for a handcrafted cocktail following each tour.
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