Jim Beam Renting Out House On Its Kentucky Distillery Grounds - $23 A Night

Some people travel for the food, but to be honest, I'm all about traveling for the cocktails. Whether it's a gin and tonic in London (delicious!) or a glass of wine in Martha's Vineyard (also delicious!) alcohol tourism is a thing. Well now, Jim Beam is offering fans of the liquor a chance to travel to Kentucky and be totally surrounded by their favorite drink for less than $30. Seriously!

Jim Beam announced Tuesday that it was opening up the first-ever rental property on its distillery grounds in Kentucky. And the so-called Jim Beam American Stillhouse isn't too shabby either. It has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, along with a fully stocked bar and a backyard with fire pits and fishing docks. You know all those things they describe in country songs? That's what this place has.

While you're there, you can also enjoy a distillery tour and a bourbon tasting along with some barbecue. You might think all of this costs a pretty penny but Jim Beam has listed the property for $23 a night, which is exactly the price of a bottle of Jim Beam Black Bourbon. Cleverrrrr.

You can request a one-night stay—though I kind of wanna stay forever—through this Airbnb listing and they have limited nights through the end of the year. It probably goes without saying, but this is obviously only open to guests who are 21 and older! Obviously, this will sell out quick, so gather your friends, try your luck, and be sure to eat some barbecue for me!

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