|Jack posing just outside|
his man cave.
|Computers monitor the dis|
There are buildings and pipes everywhere, and the usually-humorous tour guides fill you in what role each of them plays in making the famous whiskey. The smells really kick in to high gear when you step inside the Sour Mash building. Here you'll witness the stage called sour mash up close and personal. All of the water used in the distilling process is obtained from a nearby cave, and there are dozens of barrel houses all over the hillsides housing the aging whiskey.
At the end of the tour there's a chance to buy special editions of the various Jack Daniel's brands. Sadly, due to the fact that this distillery is located in a dry county, there are no free samples. But there's plenty of delicious lemonade (though sadly of the non-alcoholic variety as well).
|Jack sure has an impressive set of pipes.|