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Evan Williams Bourbon Experience
(Bourbon) Experience Design on Louisville’s Whiskey Row

Bourbon has been a part of Louisville, Kentucky’s, heritage since Evan Williams first marketed his whiskey there in 1780. Today, the Urban Bourbon Trail and the revival of Whiskey Row are pouring new life and many, many tourist dollars into the city. The new Evan Williams Bourbon Experience (designed by Solid Light) is the latest destination on the trail

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Solid Light working on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Experience

Solid Light (Louisville, Ky.) is working on Louisville’s first-ever entry to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail: the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, set to open on Louisville’s historical Main Street cultural district this fall. The experience will take visitors to the heart of the city in 1797, when Evan Williams founded the nation’s first commercial bourbon distillery.