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Breweries and Distilleries in Tennessee

Brewery tours offer everything from in-depth tours to lessons in beer-making. Some breweries have even built restaurants or brewpubs where visitors can enjoy lunch and wash it down with local ale. The on-tap beer is definitely the highlight of the tour, especially when it has been freshly brewed.

Maybe you’d rather tour a distillery plant? Tour a Kentucky bourbon distillery for example, and you'll not only learn how bourbon is made, but you'll learn why 95% of all bourbon (according to the Kentucky Distillers Association) is produced in Kentucky.

Whatever your preference, start here at to choose a tour and be sure to look for their tour dates and costs, and find out whether you’ll need to make a reservation in advance. 

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George A. Dickel Distillery
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Like the fresh, clear water that runs from Cascade Springs over the ancient limestone shelf of the Cumberland Plateau. In 1870, George A. Dickel used this same pure water for his first bottle of Tennessee Whisky in Cascade Hollow.


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