Magazine highlights Kentucky’s Bourbon tourism industry
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Oct. 6, 2015) — The staff of The Bourbon Review has published the 2016 edition of the annual Official Guide to Bourbon Country. The free guide is distributed to 150,000 travelers annually.
This marks the fourth year of the popular tourism publication’s printing as a regional tourism initiative supported by Kentucky tourism organizations that offer bourbon-related attractions in their respective marketing areas.
The Official Guide to Bourbon Country is a unique publication dedicated to educating and entertaining bourbon enthusiasts who are interested in visiting Kentucky’s Bourbon Country. From bourbon distilleries, museums and attractions to world class bourbon bars and restaurants, people from all over the world recognize Kentucky as bourbon’s heartland.
The 94-page four-color magazine is filled with attention-grabbing content for anyone who is interested in learning more about Bourbon Country, including stories about Master Distillers, new bourbon releases, cooking and cocktail recipes from the region’s top bourbon chefs and mixologists, bourbon events within the state and much more. With curated hotel and dining suggestions, information about bourbon tours and maps, the guide is an essential tool to planning a visit to the birthplace of bourbon.
The guide is available in tourism welcome centers, as well as participating bourbon distilleries and attractions.
To receive a copy via mail, visit www.bourboncountry.com.