If you're a bourbon-lover and interested in the craft of distilling, you may enjoy the opportunity of staying at a house in the grounds of the Jim Beam American Stillhouse. Located in Clermont, Kentucky, the house will be open for a limited number of one-night stays through Airbnb until the end of 2019.
Staying at the rustic three-bedroom house, which was built in 1919 and overlooks Everbach Lake, guests will be able to experience life like seven generations of Jim Beam master distillers. It comes equipped with a fully-stocked bar featuring premium bourbons from the distillery, a fireplace, and a backyard with cowboy cauldrons and fishing docks. The house also features an original staircase from the Jim Beam distillery circa Prohibition. Guests can participate in a distillery tour and bourbon tasting, and enjoy seasonal cocktails and dinner at Fred’s Smokehouse, which serves bourbon BBQ selections that are inspired by Beam family recipes.
One caveat is that those staying are required to be of legal drinking age. “There’s no better time to experience bourbon country than during the cool, crisp months of fall, so we’re welcoming bourbon fans to join the Beam family during an overnight stay at our home in the rolling hills of Kentucky,” said Fred Noe, Jim Beam’s seventh generation master distiller and Airbnb property host. “We like to say that anyone who visits us comes as friends and leaves as family, so we’re thrilled to welcome our extended family for some bourbon and Kentucky hospitality."
Bourbon fans will be able to request to book a one-night stay on the distillery grounds by visiting Fred Noe’s profile on Airbnb here. Each stay is priced at $23 (€20.75), the same price as a bottle of premium, extra-aged Jim Beam Black bourbon.