Meet Patti Russell-Rhea, Laboratory Manager at our Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. Patti is the keeper and propagator of the 5 strains of yeast and lactic cultures of Four Roses Bourbon. She monitors all phases of the fermentation process through various laboratory testing, checking and determining the analytical yield of each fermenter distillate. Patti is also a member of the sensory team that evaluates and monitors the quality of Four Roses Bourbon distillates and maturates.Read More
We recently spent the afternoon at Taj Louisville, one of our very favorite spots in Louisville, Kentucky’s East Market District, also known as NuLu. Recognized for its impressive local Bourbon collection and unique décor, bursting with various antiques and relics, Taj has become an all-welcoming, neighborhood hangout.Read More
One of our favorite opportunities to mingle with you is at the Forecastle Festival Bourbon Lodge, the festival’s acclaimed Kentucky Bourbon Trail Outpost®. This year’s three-day music celebration will be held July 14 -16 at Waterfront Park in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Forecastle Festival draws tens of thousands of music fans from across the world to Louisville each July, but as you may know, there is much more to this event than music.
Thanks to our friend Elias Parise of TILT, a restaurant and bar brand based in Portland, Oregon, for sharing a neat video highlighting our Distillery grounds and featuring Master Distiller Brent Elliott. As they said, heritage, quality and attention to detail are just a few of the similarities that TILT and Four Roses Bourbon have in common. So, cheers and we hope you enjoy.
For more information on TILT, you can check them out on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.
We are very excited to announce to our Mellow Moments Club members that our 2017 Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon will be released this September, featuring three of our distillery’s ten unique Bourbon recipes.Read More
As you may know, last fall we paid tribute to the space on downtown Louisville’s Main Street, known as Whiskey Row, that was once home to our founder’s company, The Paul Jones Company, with a vintage Four Roses mural.
From 1884 to 1922, the building at 136 East Main Street was home to The Paul Jones Company and Four Roses Bourbon. The company originally used the facility as a gathering and distribution center.Read More
Is it just us, or is sippin’ Bourbon on the patio one of the best parts of summer? We’ve crafted the perfect cocktail for you to invite some friends and family over to do just that. Check out our Summer Citrus recipe below, then handcraft the moment by mixing one for yourself! Cheers.Read More
As many of you may know, legend has it that Four Roses began with a love story between founder, Paul Jones, Jr., and his Southern belle. It is said that he sent a proposal to her, and she replied that if her answer were “Yes,” she would wear a corsage of four red roses on her gown to the upcoming grand ball.
He later named his Bourbon “Four Roses” as a symbol of his devout passion for the lovely belle, a passion he thereafter transferred to making his beloved Four Roses Bourbon.
We like to celebrate Bourbon every day at Four Roses, but one of our favorite days of the year falls on June 14—National Bourbon Day. We look forward to toasting to America’s Native Spirit with you on this special holiday each year.Read More
We’re gearing up for the summer months at Four Roses Bourbon and looking forward to the many upcoming opportunities to mingle with you. Sometimes nothing goes better with sunshine and warm weather than Bourbon and music, so we’re excited to kick off the season with a few festivals at the end of this month for those in the area.
We will be grooving at the Four Roses Bourbon Kentucky Reggae Festival May 26-28 at Louisville Water Tower Park in Louisville, Kentucky.