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Four Roses Distillery opens new visitor center

By The Bourbon Flight

LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. — The Four Roses Distillery has opened a new and expanded visitors’ center to welcome bourbon fans from across the world.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear joined the distilleries officials to celebrate the center’s opening.

“I want to thank the Four Roses team for their investment in this community and commitment to the Kentuckians and visitors from around the world who will walk through the doors here,” the governor said.

The visitors’ center project is part of Four Roses’ ongoing investment to meet the growing demand for its spirits. Other investments included an expanded distillery at Lawrenceburg as well as new bottling lines and warehouses at Four Roses’ facility in Cox’s Creek, Kentucky.

Four Roses says the visitors’ center is designed to educate guests about the brand’s different bourbons, its distilling process and its history.

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