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Address: Highway 55 Lynchburg, TN 37352 Contact Email: roger_brashears@jackdaniels.com Phone: (931) 759-6180
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From Nashville: take I-24 E. to Exit 81A, take Hwy. 231 S. to Shelbyville & Hwy. 82 S. to Hwy. 55. Turn R on Hwy. 55, go 3 mi., Distillery on the left. From Chattanooga: take I-24 W. to Exit 111, turn L onto Hwy. 55 in Manchester, go through Tullahoma on to Lynchburg on Hwy. 55.

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Jack Daniel was a real person, and a pretty fascinating one at that. From birth to death, legend surrounded him. And, in between, he created Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey. That alone makes him legendary in our eyes. Enjoyed around the world, made in Lynchburg, Tennessee, Jack Daniels whiskey is matured in handcrafted, white oak barrels, in the nations oldest registered distillery. Personally guided tours are a part of the ambiance. The whiskey serves as a key ingredient in many beloved recipes--Honey Barbecue Ribs, Black Bean Dip, Sweet Hot Glazed Shrimp and wicked Creme Brulee a la Jack Daniels, to tout a few. Some recipes may be found in Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey newsletter. Also, among the recipes (in January 2010 newsletter) you will find, in commemoration of another famous Tennessee gentleman, Elvis Presley, a sublime way to toast the King: the Velvet Elvis. Enjoy!


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City: Lynchburg, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Nashville & Surrounding Areas

Admission Rates:
No charge for tours

Hours Open:
Daily 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (CST)


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