“Celebrate National Bourbon Heritage Month With an Old Family Recipe”
(Lewisville, NC) Most of us have an old family recipe that we like to brag about, but very few family recipes date back to George Washington’s time. That’s why the folks at Old Nick Williams Company are proud to celebrate September as National Bourbon Heritage Month.
“My great, great, great, great granddad started making whiskey and bourbon at the family distillery in 1768, and we haven’t changed his recipe a bit since then,” said Zeb Williams, Co-Owner of Old Nick Williams Farm and Distillery.
Throughout much of the 19th century, Old Nick Williams produced one of the best known and best loved bourbons in the country. All that came to a sudden halt in 1919 when the Eighteenth Amendment was passed, making the sale and consumption of spirits illegal. In 2017, Zeb Williams and his cousin Matt, and their fathers revived the family business, and once again began making whiskey on the same site where the original distillery operated.
“I invite folks of all ages to come tour our distillery in Lewisville, where adults can enjoy a tasting, and the entire family can visit our museum and gift shop,” said Zeb. “We’ll be right here to greet you unless the government shuts us down again!
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In honor of Bourbon month enjoy a tour/tasting for 20% off though the end of month.