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The Limestone Branch Distillery located in Lebanon, Kentucky, has roots deeply embedded into the history of whiskey-making in the USA. The family who owns it has produced spirits before, during, and after Prohibition. Today, the distillery is owned and operated by two brothers, Steve and Paul Beam, whose grandfather’s cousin happens to be the world-famous Jim Beam. Even though it was Jim who got national recognition, the Beams in general tend to be a whiskey-making family. Today, these Beam brothers look to honor their family’s proud tradition.

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