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old-taylordistillery-4135f83213c8705e3c4b48233ca1eedd61c51b94The Old Taylor distillery in Kentucky has a long history in bourbon lore, having first been established in 1887 and producing whiskey for sometime before eventually falling into disrepair and neglect over a period of over 40 years. It was brought back to life by a pair of entrepreneurs and a female master distiller not too long ago, and now, as part of its rebirth, it has gained a new name – Castle & Key.

What the new Castle & Key is undertaking, being led by Will Arvin, Wesley Murry and master distiller Marianne Barnes, is a painstaking resurrection of an…

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