Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is a tradition rich in history that has become a way of life for many.
The Distillery still sits in the same Cave Spring Hollow that it has occupied since the days of Jack Daniel and is just a short walk away from the town square of Lynchburg. While the population of Lynchburg is no longer 361, as the famous black label stated for so many years, it is still a quaint town with a population of 6,207 according to the 2010 census figures.
Moore County has been a “dry county” dating all the way back to Prohibition. Oddly enough, this means that no whiskey can be served at the Distillery. In fact, it was not until 1995 that the Distillery was even allowed to sell commemorative bottles on location. Today, however, up to six different bottles are carried in the White Rabbit Bottle Shop, but with the restriction that each is no larger than 750ml in size…
Additional information about the Distillery is provided in Volume I of the Jack Daniel’s Bottle Collector’s Guide.