Our second installment of the Master Distiller Series brings in damn good bourbon from our friends at Jefferson's Bourbon!
Hand picked by founder, Trey Zoeller, the event will feature the release of our exclusive barrel select of Jefferson’s Reserve Pritchard Hill Cabernet Cask Finish.
Trey will guide you through a tasting of Kentucky’s most refined bourbons, from the Reserve series, to Jefferson’s Oceans series, and finishing with the Pritchard Hill expression - all while sitting in The Great Muhammad Ali’s old training grounds in the historic Shelby Street Chapel.
Arrive with a Jefferson’s Bourbon cocktail served in a Clayton & Crume Rocks Glass– the perfect memento to start the night. The event will feature small bites with an artfully plated charcuterie table.
Saving the best for last, after you work your way through a carefully distilled selection of Jefferson's Bourbon, each ticketed guest gets to take home a signed bottle of our new exclusive Jefferson's Pritchard Hill barrel pick!
Pritchard Hill Expression
Jefferson’s Reserve Pritchard Hill Cabernet Cask Finish starts as Jefferson’s Reserve Kentucky straight bourbon then is aged an extra 12 months in Cabernet Sauvignon French Oak casks. The wine barrels add a unique flavor to the bourbon with slightly sweet notes of dark berry and a chocolate espresso finish. We’re excited for guests to walk away with a signed bottle of our Jefferson’s Pritchard Hill pick!
- Guided tasting led by Jefferson’s founder Trey Zoeller
- Exclusive, signed Jefferson’s Pritchard Hill Bottle
- Jefferson’s Bourbon x Clayton & Crume Leather Rocks Glass
- Carefully curated charcuterie board
- Fire-side chat with Trey Zoeller inside Muhammad Ali’s former training gym
We hope you’ll join us for our Master Distiller Series No. 2 with Jefferson's Bourbon at Clayton & Crume.
The event will be held on the 2nd floor at Shelby Street Chapel.
Thursday, August 17 6:00 - 8:00 PM
216 S Shelby St
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
*ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Tickets include C&C Leather Rocks Glass, Charcuterie, and signed Jefferson's Pritchard Hill Bottle.