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River City Seeks to Boost Tourism With Urban Bourbon Trail

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Much like San Francisco serves as the gateway to California’s wine country, Louisville is hoping to capitalize on its location and become the gateway to Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail, which highlights seven Kentucky distilleries that offer tours and tastings.

With that goal, the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau has unveiled Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail, which features eight Louisville establishments that serve Kentucky bourbon and bourbon products. The trail starts with the Kentucky Distillers’ Association exhibit at the visitor’s center in downtown Louisville and includes The Bar at BLU in the Louisville Marriott Downtown, Bourbons Bistro, The Brown Hotel Bar, Jockey Silks Bourbon Bar and Lounge in the Galt House Hotel and Suites, Maker’s Mark Bourbon House and Lounge, The Old Seelbach Bar in the Seelbach Hilton, Park Place on Main and Proof on Main. Each location is stocked with at least 50 bourbons and some offer as many as 150.

For more information on the Urban Bourbon Trail, visit www.JustAddBourbon.com.