jamesepepper-distillery-3e51feb85d138ea2d1f9a62d00ce05cf2cfd9bddWhat’s old is new again, an adage we often see at work in Kentucky these days as a new era of bourbon love continues to sweep across the land. Consider, for example, the revitalization of the old and long neglected Old Taylor Distillery (now Castle & Key) near Versailles. There’s still a whole lot of other distillery complexes awaiting rebirth, which is now about to happen at the historic James E. Pepper Distillery campus in Lexington.

James E. Pepper, as far as the brand of bourbon and rye whiskies that are currently on the market goes, is produced for brand…

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