Jim Beam Bourbon

Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey

About Jim Beam Bourbon

Founder:
Jacob Beam
Year Founded:
1795
Distillery Location:
Clermont, Kentucky
Visitor Center:

149 Happy Hollow Road
Clermont, Kentucky
Tel: 502 543 9877

Master Distiller / Blender:
Fred Noe, Seventh Generation Beam Family Distiller

Jim Beam Bourbon Essential Facts

  • Beam distilleries make over two-thirds of all bourbon produced in Kentucky.
  • Each year, about 80,000 people make the pilgrimage to visit the brand’s visitors’ center.
  • Jim Beam is named after James B. Beam, who revived the brand after prohibition.
  • Jim Beam has been using the same strain of yeast since Prohibition’s end.
  • All Jim Beam whiskeys are distilled twice and aged at least four years in new, charred American oak.
  • Jim Beam is in the food business too. You can find Jim Beam-flavored sunflower seeds, beef jerky, and a variety of sauces.

How you should drink Jim Beam Bourbon







Discussion

  • wayne kracht posted 2 years ago

    tonite I purchased 2 airplane bottles of the jim beam maple.myself and my friend are avid beam drinkers and agree that this type of beam is nasty.

  • Ron Miller posted 2 years ago

    Let me see...in the mood for whiskey. That only happens on days that end in "Y".

  • Josh posted 3 years ago

    I've bought this more than once, is a good bourbon. But you got to be in the mood for whisky though.

  • Rob posted 3 years ago

    Knob Creek straight or on the rocks is the perfect cure for sitting in an airport lounge.

  • Wyman posted 5 years ago

    How much are you asking for them?

  • Al Cleet posted 5 years ago

    I have a bottle of bourbon brewded in 1917 & bottled in 1933 under the American Medical Society. The seal has never been broken and the contants are about at 97% full. I am interested in selling this


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