Meet Goose. He's worked at the Lynchburg, Tennessee distillery of Jack Daniel's since 1976 and been a tour guide since 1980. You probably recognise him from some of the whiskey brand's iconic advertising campaigns - yes, they do feature the real people that work at the plant. He's personally shown round around half a million people.
Join Goose (real name Randy) on an exclusive tour of the 2,000-acre site. It sits in lush countryside some 70 miles south of Nashville, just outside the town of Lynchburg - notoriously part of a dry county where no alcohol can be sold (a special law allows whiskey to be made in the county). Stand in the right spot on a hill in the distillery and you can see the grave of Jack Daniel's himself.
From the way charcoal is made, to the cool caves containing the pure water and the white clapboard shed where Jack had his office and which contains the safe that killed him after he kicked it, Goose knows it all, and then some. Sit back, pour yourself a measure of Jack Daniel's, put your feet up and enjoy.