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James E. Pepper Distillery featured in national ad campaign

James E. Pepper Distillery

LEXINGTON, Ky. — As the James E. Pepper distillery rolls into peak tourism season they are receiving even more attention after being featured in a national online media campaign from Synchrony bank. Pepper has been one of the top-rated Lexington attractions on Tripadvisor since they opened for tours more than a year ago. The word continues to spread with Synchrony bank highlighting the distillery, drawing parallels to the process of making award-winning whiskey to that of investing.

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“We were really excited to show off the distillery in this new media campaign,” said distillery owner and whiskey entrepreneur Amir Peay. “There are some interesting similarities in our businesses and to have the chance to give folks from across the country a chance to see our operation was a great opportunity.”

As the tourism season gets in full swing, the distillery will be open for tours, Old Fashioned Cocktails and welcoming guests from Wednesday thru Sunday each week this summer. Information can be found at JamesePepper.com. Tour reservations can also be made on the website. Along with a top-rated tour, guests also have the opportunity to taste award-winning whiskeys. Most recently the James E. Pepper 1776 Straight Rye Whiskey, 100 proof, the Old Pepper 10-Year-Old Straight Bourbon, 113.8 proof and the Old Pepper Finest Kentucky Oak Straight Rye Whiskey, 110.6 proof took home Double Gold medals from the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

“We have so much good stuff happening with the distillery and our brands. It is great that people are really taking notice,” said Visitor Center Manager Marjorie Amon. “We continue to see our tourism numbers grow as we welcome people from all over the world coming in for tours and to try our whiskeys. There is lots of great stuff on the horizon too, so we encourage folks to check back with us often. We always have something new to show our guests.”