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Maker's Mark Handcraft Festival

Being from Kentucky means that we know a thing or two about good Bourbon Whiskey. Maker’s Mark is one of those delicious whiskey’s that holds tradition here in Kentucky. We’re also known for food, great music and handcrafted items. I’d like to invite you to check out the Fifth Annual Maker’s Mark Handcraft Festival in Lebanon, KY. More info below:

Fifth Annual Maker’s Mark Handcraft Festival Set for April 15, 2017
Saturday festival takes place in the heart of Kentucky Bourbon Country
Maker's Mark Handcraft Festival
LEBANON, KY – MARCH, 2017 – The Fifth Annual Maker’s Mark Handcraft Festival takes place 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 15, 2017, near Lebanon in the heart of Kentucky. Self-guided tours, food, cocktail samples and live music are part of the event, which showcases some of the finest handpicked arts-and-craft vendors set up on the grounds of this National Landmark distillery. See details at https://visitlebanonky.com/events/makers-mark-handcraft-festival.
Fifth Annual Maker's Mark Handcraft Festival
Crowds gather at the 2016 Maker’s Mark Handcraft Festival in Lebanon, KY.
Photo Courtesy of: Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission
Family-friendly festival
All ages are welcome to this family-friendly, free-admission festival. See firsthand how world-famous Maker’s Mark bourbon is made. Dip a souvenir bottle into Maker’s signature red wax. Listen to live music. Sample cocktails and delicious treats from local food trucks. Browse the booths of artisan-vendors
Lebanon is the only place you can see both bourbon making and bourbon barrel making. Extend your visit to tour the Kentucky Cooperage Company to see staves assembled and fired into bourbon barrels and to make a stop at the Maker’s Mark Water Tower for a selfie with the world’s longest bourbon pour as your backdrop.
Fifth Annual Maker's Mark Handcraft Festival
Dip your ownsouvenir bottle into Maker’s signature red wax.
Photo courtesy of: Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission
Other attractions in the area are Limestone Branch Distillery; Jesters, a brand new winery pouring dry European-inspired and bourbon barrel wines; and the Marion County Heritage Center, which recently opened an exhibit about bourbon. Lebanon has more than 40 restaurants, including the new bourbon-centric County Seat Kitchen & Bar, and a choice of bed and breakfast inns and hotel for comfortable overnights.
For more information about the festival, visit www.makersmark.com. To plan your stay in Lebanon, visit https://visitlebanonky.com.
ABOUT LEBANON, KY 
Lebanon is located in the Heart of Bourbon Country, at the epicenter of Kentucky barrel and bourbon making. Attractions include Maker’s Mark Distillery, Limestone Branch Distillery, photo op stop Maker’s Mark/Lebanon Water Tower, the Kentucky Cooperage and Jesters Winery. For outdoor enthusiasts, Gorley Naturalist Trail presents challenging hiking and biking and the scenic splendor of 47 bridges. Fagan Branch Reservoir and Sportsman’s Lake beckon canoeists, kayakers and boaters (non-motorized boats) and fishers and anglers for waters stocked with rainbow trout, largemouth and smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie and hybrid bluegill. Lebanon is on the Civil War Discovery Trail and is part of Kentucky’s historic Holy Land, with sites including the Sisters of Loretto Motherhouse. Visual and performing arts and pop culture and historic treasures are found at the Marion County Heritage Center, Stillhouse Art Museum and Angelic Hall at Centre Square. Shop for antiques, collectibles and handmade crafts downtown and dine at your choice of 40 eateries – everything from casual full-service restaurants to home-style cafes to an old-fashioned soda fountain. Accommodations options include bed and breakfast inns, golf course lodging and the Hampton Inn. Facebook.com/VisitLebanon

If you’re in the area do you plan to attend the Fifth Annual Maker’s Mark Handcraft Festival in Lebanon, Ky April 15?

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