Log Still Distillery Officially Open in Right to Work Kentucky
Log Still Distillery is officially open for business in Right to Work Nelson County, Kentucky. The company’s $60 million investment toward the project has been turned into good use! As a result, they also plan to create 146 new jobs. So even better!
From Area Development Magazine:
“We are pleased with the reception by Kentuckians and visitors alike to the experiences we have created here in Gethsemane. […] Thanks very much to the Governor and his administration for supporting our campus-wide efforts and for championing the Kentucky bourbon industry like no other previous administration.” […]
“I’m very happy to have the opportunity to once again join leaders at Log Still Distillery as we celebrate the next major step forward for this quickly growing operation. […] Our bourbon industry is growing at an incredible rate, and companies like Log Still are helping to drive that growth. This is a tremendous project for Nelson County and the surrounding region, and I look forward to watching the company grow in our state.” […]
“Bourbon is a signature industry in the commonwealth and plays an important role in job creation, economic growth and promoting travel. […] Log Still Distillery will offer visitors the unique opportunity to learn about bourbon’s rich history while providing unforgettable experiences.” […]
“The opening of Log Still Distillery continues the economic momentum that the Dant family has started in Nelson County,. […] The distillery will be the heartbeat of their ever-expanding bourbon tourism destination and I look forward to celebrating with them for years to come.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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