Bourbon Fans Can Stay Overnight at Jim Beam’s Distillery for Just $23

published Oct 16, 2019
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For the first time in (Jim Beam) history, the bourbon distillery is listing an Airbnb rental property on their Clermont, Kentucky grounds. 

Beginning October 21, Bourbon fans of legal drinking age can reserve a stay for a nightly rate of $23—the same price as a bottle of premium, extra-aged Jim Beam Black bourbon—while living and eating like seven generations of Master Distillers.

“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 7th Generation Master Distiller and Airbnb property host, in a press release. “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.”

The historic, 20th century home comes with three bedrooms and two and a half baths to accommodate a party of six, a fully stocked bar featuring Jim Beam bourbons, fishing docks, cowboy-cauldron fire pits, and an awesome nightly view of Everbach Lake. Guests can also take advantage of fun activities including a distillery tour and bourbon tasting, Kentucky style BBQ, and of course, learning how bourbon is crafted. In addition, they’ll have the opportunity to explore other elements of the Stillhouse, to include a bourbon bar with seasonal cocktails and dinner at Fred’s Smokehouse, a café that serves bourbon BBQ selections inspired by Beam family recipes.

Reservations are first come, first serve so interested parties should be on the lookout for this unique opportunity. Guests will be responsible for booking their own travel.