Woodford Reserve Distillery (Labrot & Graham)

Status:
Operational

Established:
1812

Owner:
Brown-Forman Corporation

Capacity:
Not supplied

Visitor policy:
Not generally accessible

Tel:
Not supplied

Address:
Woodford Reserve Distillery (Brown-Forman),
7855 McCracken Pike,
Versailles,
Kentucky,
40383
United States

Woodford Reserve is aged at the Labrot & Graham Distillery, established in 1812 by Oscar Pepper with Scottish distiller, James Christopher Crow, making it the oldest distilling site still operating in Kentucky.

Pepper chose the site due to the abundant supply of pure iron-free, calcium rich limestone water, a critical ingredient for bourbon production.

On top of being the smallest bourbon distillery, Labrot & Graham is also the slowest, taking a full seven days (against the usual three) to distil its whiskey due to a prolonged fermentation of the mash. The bourbon distilled at Labrot & Graham is also distinguished by being triple rather than double distilled.

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