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Today, bourbon production is spread across the whole of Kentucky. But there was a time when the city of Louisville, and in particular its Main Street, was a hub of activity due to proximity to the Ohio River. Now, at a time when interest in bourbon tourism is surging, the city is looking to cash in with the unveiling of a Bourbon District in its central core.

This new Bourbon District, as it is being called, is being rolled out in phases through a collaborative effort led by the Louisville Downtown Partnership (LDP), Louisville Metro Government and the Louisville Convention…

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