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For more than 200 years, no family has influenced bourbon-making more deeply than the Beam family. But creating The World’s Number One Bourbon didn’t happen overnight. It required hard work, stubborn determination and seven generations of bold choices. And it’s worth every drop.

See every facet of our process– For the first time in the history of Beam, get an up-close look at how we make the world’s best-selling bourbon–from grain to barrel to bottle and beyond. Experience our new interactive, multi-sensory tour–Witness the “behind the scenes” art and science of making Jim Beam.

View our decanter museum–See hundreds of the most artful examples of our special limited-edition decanters, first introduced in the 1950s.

Take in our cooperage demonstration–Watch a skilled craftsman build a barrel by hand–the way we still make every barrel.
Taste a few of our 12 amazing bourbons– Relax in our state-of-the-art tasting room while sipping the bourbon of your choice
Shop two stories of Jim Beam memorabilia–Remember your trip with loads of stuff you can’t buy anywhere else, including apparel, glassware and unique specialty bourbons.

Come see for yourself. We promise, you’ll come as a friend, and leave as family.

Come Visit us! Choose from the 4 tour options below:

Jim Beam American Stillhouse
526 Happy Hollow Road

Clermont, Kentucky 40110

Closed on New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.



Secrets are for strangers; here at the Jim Beam® American Stillhouse, you’re family. So get an up close and intimate look at Jim Beam® Bourbon and how it’s made. Guided tours will take you through the entire process, starting with our natural limestone water well and all the way through the mashing, distilling, barreling, aging, and bottling.

$12 adults (21+) | FREE under 21 | 90 minutes

Monday-Saturday 9:30 AM–3:30 PM EST
Sunday 12:30 PM–3:00 PM EST

Gift Shop Hours
Monday-Saturday 9:00 AM–5:30 PM EST
Sunday 12:00 PM–4:00 PM EST

Reserve your tickets online!



Jim Beam® Bourbon, the world’s No. 1 bourbon, makes history with the rollout of a best-in-class cocktail experience at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, Ky.

Drink tokens must be purchased in-person at the front desk of the Jim Beam American Stillhouse.  Must be 21+ and have a valid ID.

Limited hours of operation during winter months.



Jim Beam offers an educational bourbon experience to take visitors on a step-by-step journey through the compenents of bourbon, including how to nose, taste and recognize the unique flavors of Beam bourbon.  Of course, a Beam tasting wouldn’t be complete without learning Booker’s signature Kentucky Chew!

$5 | Must be 21+ years of age to participate | 15 minutes

Limited offerings for this experience.

Tickets are only sold at the front desk of the Jim Beam American Stillhouse on a first come, first serve basis.  Reservations NOT accepted.



Dive in to this insider’s experience with Fred Noe, Great-Grandson of Jim Beam and 7th generation Master Distiller at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, KY.

You’ll enjoy a bourbon inspired lunch, private distillery tour, barrel thieving in a bourbon rackhouse and top it all off with a guided tasting and story time with the man himself, Fred Noe. Plus you’ll receive a commemorative bottle to remember the experience. You love the bourbon.  You’ll love the stories behind it!

Limited spots available.  $199 per person
Must be 21+ years of age to participate.
Duration 10:00am-2:00pm EST

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Jim Beam Urban StillhouseJim Beam Urban Stillhouse

Jim Beam welcomes all Bourbon fans aged 21 and over to a new Jim Beam® visitor attraction. The Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse visitor center delivers the Jim Beam® distillery experience in the heart of Louisville. It includes a small working distillery, a bottling line, a tasting experience and merchandise for sale.

404 South 4th Street
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 855-8392

Hours of Operation

Mon-Sat 1pm-9pm
Sun closed

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