JUNE 14 - 15, 2024 - KANSAS CITY

    Holladay Distillery

    Founded in 1856, the Holladay Distillery is the oldest distillery in the state of Missouri and the oldest distillery west of the Mississippi still operating on its original site. The property sits on active limestone springs that were first charted by Lewis and Clark in 1804, more than 50 years before Ben Holladay purchased the land that would later becomes his legacy. The water flowing from those same springs is still used today in the production of premium Holladay Bourbon. The distillery is the home of Ben Holladay Bourbon and Holladay Soft Red Wheat Bourbon, both aged 6+ years in traditional rickhouses onsite. These premium selections are bottled-in-bond, but are also bottled and enjoyed at Rickhouse Proof and as One Barrel Selections.