Bourbon enthusiasts rejoice! Jim Beam is now letting people stay at the cottage on its distillery's grounds for a very reasonable price.

As a child, most kids dream of spending a few days at Disneyland. Getting to live inside what is basically heaven on Earth for a child. Trouble is unless you are an avid Disney fan which to be fair many of us are regardless of age, Disneyland isn't all that fun for adults. Not if you have kids in tow anyway.

Fear not, as there are vacation options out there that are basically like Disneyland for adults. The best of which is being advertised right now on Airbnb. An overnight stay at the Jim Beam distillery. It might not have rides, cotton candy, or Mickey Mouse, but it does have delicious bourbon and lots of it!


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Just to be clear, the lucky few who get to stay there won't be sleeping in the distillery itself, as fun as that might sound. Instead, they'll be staying in the stillhouse on the distillery grounds. A cottage that has been there since all the way back in 1919. The stay will obviously include a tour of the distillery, and also bourbon tastings. What more could you possibly want?

We haven't even gotten to the best part of all, the price. The Jim Beam stillhouse is available to rent for as little as $23, and it houses as many as six people with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The only catch is the dates on which the stillhouse is available. November 23-24, and December 7-8, 2019. Basically, if this sounds like your dream trip and you can make it to Kentucky on those dates, you had better act fast.

As well as distillery tours and bourbon tasting, guests at the Jim Beam stillhouse will be hosted by Fred Noe. Noe is a seventh-generation master distiller and the great-grandson of Jim Beam himself. Suffice to say, Noe knows his way around a bottle of bourbon and there is likely no better host for your weekend in Kentucky than him. Plus, there'll be all the bourbon-infused BBQ you can handle to aid recovery from those pesky hangovers.

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