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Jack Daniel Distillery, Lynchburg, Tennessee






"Jack Daniel Distillery", Lynchburg, Tennessee. We had 1:10 pm walking tour of the distillery, we knew we wanted to see the little town figured we would take a quick walk  ...down the road over the bridge and you there. I will never understand why you would make a distillery in a "dry county"?? I mean ... I get what they told me on the tour ... as to the reasons why ... but still???! The one shot of the ladies boxing up that monster Jack Daniel bottle, do you realize they don't even sell those in the USA? you gotta go to other countries, Canada to be able to buy one ...apparently us USAians are not allow to handle that amount of alcohol? WHAT???!  It was fun to see where they did a lot of the making of the brew ... only where I took shots are where you are allowed to do so. It did smell of bread in my humble opinion, I was dying for a piece of bread by the time I left the area. Last shot there is where they have the tasting tour. I think that is what my parents did when they did visit during a whole different time. It was my favorite tour of the trip. (We did see the National Corvette Museum, Nissan, & Jack Daniel's Distillery. I really enjoyed this distillery, I think the big reason was the tour guide, he was such so detailed and fun to hear the tale of how Jack got his start.) Did you know that Jack was only 5 foot 2 inches tall? He was a true genius! Why I would so recommend going and see this tour. Well worth the doe, 2 do so. ( :


I even took a vlog from that walk. It might make you drunk, how do regular vloggers do this? Walk and vlog and not make every one drunk? oops!! Thanks for stopping by. Be Well & be Blesssed!! Beth ( : 

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