Frequently Asked Questions
Are you hiring? Where can I send my resume?
For employment opportunities at the Four Roses Distillery in Lawrenceburg, or at our Cox’s Creek Warehousing and Bottling Facility, contact HR@fourrosesbourbon.com.
Where can I purchase Four Roses?
In the United States, Four Roses Bourbon is available nationwide.
Why was Four Roses out of the U.S. market for more than 40 years?
In 1943, Seagram purchased the Frankfort Distilling Co. primarily to acquire the most noted and recognized name in the business at that time – Four Roses Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Seagram, a Canadian corporation, preferred to focus on blended whiskies. So even though Four Roses was the top selling Bourbon in the US in the 30s, 40s and 50s, Seagram made the decision to discontinue the sale of Kentucky Straight Bourbon in the US and sell only blended whiskey here. Four Roses Kentucky Straight Bourbon was moved to the rapidly growing European and Asian markets where it quickly became the top selling Bourbon. Learn More about the History of Four Roses.
Does Four Roses still make a blended whiskey?
No. When ownership changed in 2002, we stopped the production and sale of blended whiskey to focus our attention exclusively on Four Roses Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Have a sip, and we think you’ll agree with our decision 100%.
Do you charge an admission fee for tours?
Distillery tours are $5 and include visits to both the Four Roses Distillery and Cox’s Creek Warehouse & Bottling Facility, when used within 60 days.
Can we sample Four Roses on a tour?
Absolutely. At our discretion, Four Roses is legally allowed to offer visitors, of legal drinking age, of course, a 1/2-ounce taste of Four Roses Bourbon.