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OZ Tyler Distillery has been a fixture in Owensboro, Kentucky for over 130 years. In 1885, W. McCollough first built the Green River Distillery on the site where OZ Tyler now stands. After a fire in 1918, 13 years of Prohibition, and a bankruptcy or two as the property changed hands, it was sold in 1939 to the Medley Distilling Company. The Medley Family maintained a hand in operations until 2007.

Renovations on the distillery are now complete!

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