Kentucky Bourbon Tales is an oral history interviews conducted by the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries as a partnership with the Kentucky Distillers Association. The project features oral history interviews with some of the most important figures in the Bourbon industry in Kentucky.
The interviews culminated in the documentary were created as part of the Kentucky Bourbon Tales Oral History Project: Distilling the Family Spirit,
Produced by the Nunn Center and directed by filmmaker Joanna Hay. The Oral History project features the stories of the master distillers and bourbon barons from iconic distilleries that participate in the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® tour, including Wild Turkey, Heaven Hill, Brown-Forman, Woodford Reserve, Bulleit, Maker’s Mark, Four Roses and Jim Beam, as well as the new Michter’s Distillery and Independent Stave Cooperage.
Click on the image above to access the digital exhibit.