You won't find Cascade Hollow on most maps. Living off the beaten path has its advantages. For instance, the fresh water that runs from Cascade Springs is the very same water that ran over the limestone shelf of the Cumberland Plateau when the distillery was built in 1878.
Here in Cascade Hollow, we don't measure time in hours, days, or months. We measure it in years. For us, patience is more than a virtue – it's an essential ingredient in our fine Tennessee Whiskies. Come tour the distillery and see what makes Cascade Hollow special. We love having people stop by to visit.
For protection and safety, all guests touring the George Dickel Distillery are required to wear proper footwear. We strongly discourage open-toed shoes and no spiked heels are permitted (it's tough to walk across metal grating floors in heels!). We thank you for your cooperation.
Last tour starts at 3:30 pm
For the most up-to-date hours and information, please contact The Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. directly.