The Holladay Distillery offers the unique opportunity to explore 160 years of history and witness Real Missouri Bourbon being made. You’ll peer into the limestone spring first discovered by Lewis and Clark in 1804. You’ll step inside the stillhouse that dates back to the mid-1800s when Ben Holladay first started using limestone water to make bourbon. You’ll walk among the aging barrels that are stacked in our bonded warehouses and take a peek into the world-class bottling facility where numerous distillery brands get bottled and labeled. Most importantly, you will see, smell, taste, and touch Real Missouri Bourbon being made using the original recipe from 160 years ago. This is more than just a distillery tour.