Kentucky Bourbon Trail
For more than 200 years, Kentucky's legendary distilleries have crafted the worlds finest Bourbons, using secret recipes and a time-honored process passed down from generation to generation. Explore the rich tradition and proud history of Americas Official Native Spirit on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Winding country roads. Inviting historic towns. Rolling green hills. And Bluegrass hospitality at its best.
Kentucky, known for producing most of the world's supply of bourbon, has started to make a name for itself as a great place to find craft brewers as well! Lexington is fortunate to be home to three of the breweries on the Brewgrass Trail. Country Boy Brewing, West Sixth Brewing Co. and Alltech's Lexington Brewing Co. offer some excellent brews! But that's not all ... establishments like the Beer Trappe and Beer Works offer locally and internationally recognized craft beers. And Beer Works even sells supplies to get your own brew brewing!
A Tour and Tasting at Buffalo Trace
Kentucky is famous for horses...and bourbon. When you visit the Horse Capital of the World, be sure to tour the distilleries where this famous beverage is made.
Exploring North & South Limestone
In Madison, it's called State Street. In Austin, they refer to it as 6th Street. What about Boulder? They have Pearl Street. But what is it, you ask? It is heart of the entertainment and nightlife of each city. The stretch of Limestone, between the University of Kentucky on South Lime and Transylvania University on North Lime, is home to many bars & clubs, restaurants, retail, condos and more.
Pazzo's Pizza Pub
Whether you're looking for pizza, beer or both you can't pass up Pazzo's Pizza Pub, near the University of Kentucky's campus. With over 40 beers on draft and hand-tossed pizza made from scratch, it's one of Lexington's hottest hangouts.
Lexington is a great place to get your fill of good, authentic sushi and other Japanese culinary delights. Thanks to the huge presence of the Toyota in Georgetown and other related subsidiaries, Japanese culture has migrated in to the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky and created some of the best local restaurants for Japanese cuisine.
Woodford Reserve Bourbon Academy
Ever wonder what goes into a great bottle of Kentucky Bourbon? Here is your chance to find out! The Woodford Reserve Bourbon Academy is an all day event featuring classroom instruction as well as hands-on experiences around the distillery with Woodford Reserve's Master Distiller. More than a tour; the academy touches on everything from starting the distilling process with quality ingredients to cooking with bourbon.
A look at one of the country's premiere bourbon distilleries, located outside of Lexington, Kentucky in Versailles. Woodford Reserve is the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby.
Lexington's North Side
The up-and-coming North Side of Lexington is quickly becoming known for its local flair! Start with Stella's. This cool and inviting restaurant is a great place to stop off for lunch or dinner. Just down the street you'll find Wine and Market. And don't forget about Al's Bar, a long-time fixture on the North Side. North Side is one of Lexington's most organic neighborhoods!
One of two bourbon distilleries in charming Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, less than a half hour's drive from Lexington.