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    Kentucky Bourbon Affair Tickets Getting Low
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    The Kentucky Bourbon Affair is coming back for a second year, and it’s bigger and better than ever.  There are over 40 events taking place over the course of five days spanning multiple Kentucky counties.  Golden Tickets sold out almost as soon as they went up for sale, and tickets to many of the events have also already sold out.  But there are still tickets to a few events available, and there are some great events going on during this nonstop bourbon fantasy camp and new events are being added all the time.

    Among the recent events added are a Maker’s Mark Progressive Dinner at Varanese, an Old Forester Speakeasy at The Rathskeller at The Seelbach Hilton, a Culinary Celebration with Four Roses at Bourbons Bistro, and a Woodford Reserve dinner at the Woodford Reserve Distillery in Versailles.

    In another exciting revelation, Louisville’s Art Eatables has been named the official chocolatier of the Kentucky Bourbon Affair.  There will undoubtedly be some special confection made up just for the occasion, and Art Eatables is sure to knock it out of the park as usual.

    If you’re looking for some bourbon-y fun June 3-7, check out the list of Kentucky Bourbon Affair events here.  There will be events at restaurants and distilleries all over Kentucky, and there will even be a Polo match at Waterfront Park.  Be aware that many of them have already sold out, but there are still plenty of great events for any bourbon lover to enjoy.  And if you stay at The Louisville Marriott East, transportation will be provided to ticket holders.  Click here to learn more.

    Photos Courtesy of The Kentucky Bourbon Affair

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    About Maggie Kimberl

    I'm a Louisville native with a passion for traveling and homegrown tomatoes. I write the bourbon news, which keeps me plenty busy since Louisville is the center of the bourbon universe. See bourbon news happening? Contact me on Twitter @LouGirl502!

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