- Through the end of 2019, guests can book a stay at a house that is located on Jim Beam’s bourbon-distillery grounds in Clermont, Kentucky.
- The house accommodates six people and costs just $23 per night on Airbnb.
- Guests can only book one night, but this reservation also comes with a fully stocked bar, a guided distillery tour, dinner, and a Jim Beam bourbon tasting.
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For the first time ever, Kentucky residents and those planning a trip to The Bluegrass State have a chance to experience a unique lodging experience courtesy of Jim Beam.
Starting Monday, October 21, a home on Jim Beam’s distillery property in Clermont, Kentucky, will be available for one-night stays via Airbnb.
The reservation costs just $23 and comes with a stay in an early-20th-century home for you and your crew, a guided tour of the distillery, a complimentary BBQ dinner, and a Jim Beam bourbon tasting
Guests must be age 21 or older to stay in the home, which accommodates up to six people
Overlooking the nearby Everbach Lake, this house was built on the distillery property in 1919 and it is available only for guests who are 21 years of age or older.
It has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, fishing docks, and cowboy-cauldron fire pits in the side yard.
According to the listing, the home can accommodate up to six people and visitors will also have access to the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, a replica structure built in 2012 that showcases how bourbon was made in the 1930s.
The accommodations also come with Wi-Fi, an indoor fireplace, and a bar stocked with premium Jim Beam bourbon products in case you need a nightcap after the tour and tasting.
Guests also get to have a complimentary dinner at Fred’s Smokehouse, which is located nearby. The eatery famously serves bourbon-infused BBQ selections that are inspired by Beam family recipes.
The home has limited dates available through the end of 2019 and once it is active on the Airbnb website, reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you can’t snag a reservation, you may still want to head to Kentucky for some bourbon-themed experiences
The state is famous for its bourbon and visitors can even go on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, which takes them through 16 major distilleries in the area.
Some of the most well-known stops along the way include Bulleit Frontier, Woodford Reserve, Four Roses, and, of course, Jim Beam.
Those interested in more niche bourbon brands can even follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour, which highlights 13 of the many micro-distilleries in the region.