October 20th, 2013 our region celebrated it’s 10th Anniversary. Our day started with a country drive from Lexington down Old Frankfort Pike enjoying the beautiful horse farms. From there we traveled to McCracken Pike and passed the old and abandoned Old Crow and Old Taylor Distilleries. Our first stop was at the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Our next stop was Daniel Boone’s Grave in Frankfort Cemetery with a magnificent overlook of the Kentucky River and our State Capital. We drove through the Capital Grounds, past a Frank Lloyd Wright home and through downtown before arriving at Buffalo Trace Distillery.
Once at Buffalo Trace we had a private tour of the distillery. Then a private tasting in the clubhouse. The club provided a BBQ meal. After a short program, hundreds of dollars of door prizes were given away! The club also purchased mugs to give away to all attendees. The turnout was incredible with 19 cars on the drive and 72 people in attendance at the celebration. It was a blast all day long! Happy 10th Anniversary Bluegrass Region!
More information is available in our November, 2013 Rumble.
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