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Travel Blogs from Loretto

Loretto Travel Blogs (7)
Makers Mark Distillery, Loretto, United States travel blog

Makers Mark Distillery

A travel blog entry by valcro101

THE STILL HOUSE Funny how something with the word "still" in it can be such a hotbed of activity. The Still House is a working distrillery with an antique roller mill that crushes the grain to the giant cypress tubs full ...

You Can Smell It, But You Can

You Can Smell It, But You Can't Taste It

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi

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... nbsp; There were several stops suggested on the brochure, but we decided on just one place -- the Maker's Mark Distillery in Loretto, Kentucky.  It's my personal favorite and seemed appropriately named for Mark, don'tcha think?   We arrived ...

Maker

Maker's Mark Distillery

A travel blog entry by gart_2011

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... a great tour.  A bit of a drive on small winding roads in Kentucky, but well worth it.  drove to Loretto after seeing downtown Louisville.  Makers Markis the last distillery on the "bourbon trail" in kentucky.... if we knew this existed, ...

Traveling on the Blue Grass Parkway, Loretto, United States travel blog

Traveling on the Blue Grass Parkway

A travel blog entry by alexiszfish

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Heaven Hill was a great stop before heading onto the Blue Grass Parkway. The highway takes you right to Lexington and our next to last stop of the day. Since it was winter the grass didn't look that blue but it was a very beautiful drive. The ...

Attractions in Loretto

Loretto Attractions (5)
Maker's Mark

Maker's Mark

4.50

Loretto, Kentucky, United States

Watch a sour mash ferment in giant cypresswood vats on its way to becoming that heavenly Kentucky bourbon at this distillery.

Jim Beam Distillery

Jim Beam Distillery

4.50

Loretto, Kentucky, United States

Visit the place where they make the famous whiskey and learn the family history from Jim Beam's grandson.

Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History

Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey History

4.50

Loretto, Kentucky, United States

This museum traces the history of the American Whiskey Industry dating from pre-Colonial days through the 1960s.

Blue Grass Parkway

Blue Grass Parkway

3.50

Loretto, Kentucky, United States

This scenic route connects ten distilleries.