TOURS & TASTINGS
Open For Tours, Tastings & Product Sales:
MON – THU – 10AM – 6PM
FRI & SAT – 9AM – 6PM (First tour at 10AM)
SUN – 1PM – 6PM
We are closed to the public on the following holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday. All other holidays we are open during our regular business hours.
Standard distillery tours and tastings are offered year-round. Tours are $10.00 per person for adults age 21 and up and include a complimentary shot glass. Active/Retired Military, Veteran, & Police/Fire/Paramedics receive a 50% discount with ID. Tours are offered every hour on the hour, last one begins at 5pm. Tours typically last between 25-35 minutes.
DISTILLER’S TOUR (Adults 21+ only, must be booked in advance)
Due to the nature of this tour, children (including infants) cannot accompany the tour.
We offer a special Distiller’s Tour on select Saturdays each month at 1:15pm CST for adults 21+ only. This tour consists of a more in-depth explanation of the distilling process by one of our full-time distillers, including a special “behind the scenes” sampling from select aging barrels in our rickhouse. A Distiller’s Tour typically lasts between 60 – 90 minutes. Cost is $30 per person and includes a complimentary MB Roland official Kentucky Bourbon tasting glass with your purchase.
We offer a 20% military discount for any active duty/retired military, police, fire/paramedics for Distiller’s Tours. These typically book up several days in advance. To reserve your spot(s) and pay for your Distiller’s Tour, click here.
PRIVATE GROUP TOUR & TASTING
For parties of 8-15 people, whether it be a family celebration, corporate outing, or other occasion, allow us to dedicate a seasoned member of our staff for a 45-60 minute tour & tasting experience. Subject to date and time restrictions to ensure staff availability. Standard Tour pricing applies.
Tastings are free of charge and are offered upon request. Children are welcome in the tasting room and on tours. For safety reasons, younger or very active children should be held, kept in strollers, or their hands held when inside the distillery and aging warehouse.