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Our friendly tour guide will give you a behind-the-scenes look at how we craft barrels.
Address: 711B E Main St, Lebanon, KY 40033
Phone: (270) 692-4674
Kentucky Cooperage Visitor Center is located across the road from Kentucky Cooperage. Tours start and end at the Visitor Center.
My husband and I are slowly doing the Bourbon Trail over a period of years and decided to see how the barrels were made. What an interesting and informative... read more
Our lady tour guide was excellent. The movie, the information, the plant tour - ALL were amazing. The mechanization and hand labor that goes into each barrel is beyond wonderful... read more
This was one of the most interesting and informative tours we've tried on the bourbon trail. Although it didn't end with a bourbon tasting, it was very interesting to... read more
We had an interesting tour of the cooperage. It was a hot day, and very very hot inside, but we were a lot more comfortable than the people working... read more
I've been to many distilleries in the past. Always wondered how the barrels were made. I found out...lol This is a must do tour. The staff was friendly and entertaining.... read more
If you head to Kentucky for the Bourbon Trail, you won't want to miss a tour at Independent Stave Company. After all, much of the flavor comes from the barrel.... read more
We were at a distillery and someone mentioned this place.....wow!!! Best place on the trail! Ann was a fantastic tour guide.
After visiting so many distillery one finally mentioned that Kentucky Cooperage gives tours. That night I immediate made reservations. The next day we. arrive go into a. small room... read more
The tour starts with a quick video. From there, Ann puts headphones and safety glasses on you and into the plant you go. She is a wealth of information and... read more
Stopped here on way to tours at some distilleries. The tour here gives great insight on how much of an impact barrels make on any product and it was very... read more
While tasting bourbon is a big part of the Kentucky experience, a visit to the cooperage where the barrels are made is a great add on. Without the barrels, whiskey... read more
Everyone knows how much of the color and flavor of Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys are attributable to the beatiful wooden barrels used in the maturing process. Don't miss an... read more