- How much does a tour cost?
Up to 5 people: The cost is set at $745 plus 6% tax.
Groups of more than 5: $149 per person plus 6% tax.
Groups of 12 to 30 people: $179 per person plus 6% tax.
- How many distilleries can we visit?
We can easily do two tours in a day (one before lunch, one after lunch) and in many situations, we can work in a tasting at a third location. On Sunday tours, timing does not allow a third stop.
- What does the cost include?
All planning, transportation (we will pick you up at your hotel, Airbnb, or home), two distillery tours and a third stop for tasting, lunch, and the services of a KBB guide for the day.
- How long is our day?
Typically a tour day runs from about 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Specific tour times will be determined and shared with the guest after booking. Most distillery tours are about 75 minutes in length, including the tasting.
- What should we wear? Are there any clothing restrictions?
Comfortable shoes for walking are recommended. Closed-toe shoes are required for the ISC Barrel Factory tour. You will be outside during portions of most tours, so dress accordingly to be comfortable.
- Can we take pictures?
Yes, although a few distilleries will tell you when photos are not allowed (this is rare).
- Can we bring our own drinks on the tour?
You are allowed to bring a small cooler in the tour van. Water bottles are allowed on most distillery tours, but open containers are not allowed.
- Do I need to bring my ID?
Most distilleries now ask to see a driver’s license for each guest. Active duty and retired military may show ID for discounts at some distilleries — and we'll pass that savings along to you when you book.
- Can I smoke? Is an e-cig ok?
Some distilleries provide a designated smoking area. If unsure, ask.
- What type of vehicle will we be using?
For groups up to 10, you will be touring in our KBB raised roof van, or in our KBB shuttle for groups up to 14. Groups of 14 to 50 will be transported in an executive shuttle or motor coach.
- Can I get a cocktail or bourbon drink at the distillery?
A few distilleries have opened cocktail bars with limited options for guests. If you would like to allow time to make this part of your tour experience, let us know when booking. More distilleries plan to open bars in the near future.
- Where will we have lunch?
We use authentic Kentucky restaurants that serve food from the region. Always wanted to try the famous Kentucky Hot Brown? We've got you covered. Let us know if you have food restrictions, allergies, require vegetarian or vegan options, etc.
- Where can I purchase Bourbon Boys swag?
Visit our online store, or purchase while on a tour.