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    Legendary Craftsmen Dinner Series At Buffalo Trace
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    Buffalo Trace is well known for its events.  They have everything from Easter Egg Hunts for the kids in the spring time to the Great Buffalo Chase 5k.  This is the family-friendliest of the bourbon distilleries.  They also do a lot of great events for the adults, and this month’s Legendary Craftsmen Dinner Series is sure to be no exception.

    There will be three dinners this month.  January 16th will be the George T. Stagg Dinner, January 23rd will be William LaRue Weller, and January 30th will be a rye cocktail party.  The cost is $60 per person or $150 for all three events.  According to the events page, “A one-of-a-kind dinner event featuring hard-to-find tastings of our Legendary Craftsmen’s namesake bourbons, a Distillery tour, and glimpse into the history and heritage of two of the fine gentlemen that helped build the World’s Most Award-Winning Distillery.”  You can make reservations by emailing events@buffalotrace.com.

    With such great events going on, it’s no wonder Buffalo Trace has experienced a record number of visitors in the last year.  According to a recent press release, “Not only did 2014 bring a wealth of visitors to Buffalo Trace, it also brought a number of major awards.  The Distillery was named “Distiller of the Year” at the International and Spirits Competition, “Brand Innovator of the Year” by Whisky Magazine at its Icons of Whisky America Awards, and its William Larue Weller Bourbon and Sazerac Rye 18 Year Old Whiskey won second and third finest whiskies in the world, respectively, by the esteemed Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible.”

    Are you going to any of these dinners?  Tweet me @LouGirl502 to tell me all about it!

    Photos Courtesy of Buffalo Trace

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    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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