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wild-turkey-f862513bea5af4910dcfe2f707f7b047d33e9ba3In Kentucky, every whiskey distillery you visit is unique. Some are modern and sleek, and others seem to be held together by duct tape and rubber bands. Many are a combination of the two. As bourbon has boomed over the past decade, many distilleries have modernized their infrastructure in order to ramp up production. Nowhere is this more evident than at Wild Turkey Distillery in Tyrone, Kentucky.

Though the Wild Turkey Distillery is over 75 years old, much of the facility is nearly new. The difference between the distilling operation here and nearby Buffalo Trace is striking- everything down…

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