Castle & Key looks like something out of a fairy tale. Colonel EH Taylor built it as a distillery in 1887, complete with a turreted stone castle, lush gardens and brooding springhouse with Doric columns and medieval-inspired chandelier. The site fell into ruin over the years, until new owners restored and reopened it in 2018. Tours are intimate – only 16 people at a time – and include tastings of the distillery’s gin and vodka; its bourbon is still aging. Reservations strongly advised.