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Amazing Bourbon Events at your Bourbons Bistro

Wednesday, October 7th at 6:30pm

Join us and Master Distiller Jimmy Russell, for a 3-course Wild Turkey Dinner. This one-of-kind menu with tasting will feature, Master's Keep, Russell's Reserve Single Barrel Rye, and Rare Breed. Call us at (502) 894-8838 to make your reservation. 

Thursday, October 8th, 6pm

Join Jay Denham and Michter’s for a unique dining experience. For $60 per person, enjoy Jay Denham’s creations, Executive Chef Jeff Bridges’ unique style, and Michter’s smooth Bourbon for a truly wonderful evening.

Thursday, October 15th, at 7pm

Have you ever wanted to meet some of the biggest Bourbon lovers in the business? Here is your chance! Susan Reigler and Mike Veach will be signing their new collaborative book, The Bourbon Tasting Notebook, at your Bourbons Bistro. Complimentary appetizers and a cash bar. 

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Help us say goodbye...

Help us say goodbye on Saturday, August 29th...

On Saturday, August 29th, join us as we say goodbye to Master Distiller, Jim Rutledge. Jim Rutledge, who almost single-handedly resurrected the Four Roses bourbon brand, announced that he will retire September 1, 2015, after almost five decades in the business.

We host this event to celebrate not only a true bourbon master, but to a wonderful and dear friend to Bourbons Bistro. This auspicious event will be held our private space. Doors open at 6:00pm. Appetizers will be free with a cash bar. Let us know you are coming by calling, (502) 894-8838. 

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Celebrating 10 Years

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Celebrating 10 Years

On April 26th, 2005, Bourbons Bistro opened its doors. Jason Brauner and John Morrison were on to something very special...since Bourbons Bistro opened its doors, the Bourbon industry has seen major growth. 

  • More than 15,400 people owe their paychecks to the Bourbon industry, compared to 8,690 in 2012, a 77 percent increase.
  • The number of licensed distilling companies has tripled – from 10 to 31 in two years. That’s the most distilleries in Kentucky since the repeal of Prohibition.
  • Barrel inventories are at their highest levels in 40 years, with more than 5.3 million aging currently in Kentucky. Production levels are up 53 percent in the last two years and 150 percent in the last 15 years.

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