If you love Bourbon as much as we do, then you know that the month of September holds special significance – that’s right, National Bourbon Heritage Month is upon us!
On August 2, 2007, the US Senate officially declared September as “National Bourbon Heritage Month” to observe the family heritage, tradition, and deep-rooted legacy the industry contributes to the United States. Sponsored by Senator Jim Bunning of Kentucky, the bill passed by unanimous consent and now serves to reinforce the 1964 Act of Congress declaring Bourbon as America’s only native spirit.
Fast forward to 2020, and we continue to honor that heritage and the ongoing role Bourbon has played in our economy, history, and culture as a nation. Though festivities might look a little different this year, there are still safe ways to celebrate – here’s 4.