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County Connection: Four Roses resurrects brand in U.S. market from Anderson County

12/16/2017 10:24 AM

LAWRENCEBURG – Anderson County is home to 2 bourbon distilleries which are featured on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Wild Turkey and Four Roses. Four Roses, which was founded in 1888, moved to the Anderson County distillery building, which was constructed in 1910, in the late 1940’s. Even though Four Roses was the top selling Bourbon in the U.S. in the 30s, 40s and 50s, Seagram, which purchased he brand in 1943, made the decision to discontinue the sale of Kentucky Straight Bourbon... Read more 


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