SHOW OFF YOUR RIDES
Cruise-In set for May 25
Wilderness Trail invites you to show off your cool rides at our third annual cruise-in. We're expecting a group of 70 cars from the Chicago area who are heading this way as part of their seventh annual Bourbon Blitzkrieg, so this year's cruise-in will be bigger than ever.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All makes and models are invited for this cruise-in that features door prizes and dash plaques. Food by Hill Of Beans BBQ and hamburgers and hotdogs by Sandy's Surprises.
Questions: Contact Emily at 859-402-8707 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: May 25, 2019 — May 25, 2019
CENTRE BICENTENNIAL BOURBON SALES CONTINUE
Shipping offered in Kentucky
Two hundred years of history is quite a milestone and we applaud Centre College for its remarkable journey. We are celebrating with Centre College with a special bottling of our wheated single barrel Kentucky Straight Bourbon. We were amazed how quickly the first three barrels sold.
If you are wondering about the availability of Centre College Bicentennial Bourbon in our gift shop, please call 859-402-8707. Our gift shop is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Cost is $55 ($60.50 with tax) and it is available in our gift shop. We do offer the Bourbon in a mahogany collector's box that includes two shot glasses. Cost with the box is $94.41 (including tax). We can ship to places in Kentucky where alcohol sales are legal. If you are interested in purchasing, you may download a shipping form. Please include a daytime address where the delivery can be made because someone age 21 or older must sign for it. Cost is $25 to a ship a bottle and the fee increases based on how many bottles will be shipped. Email your form to Macaulay Minton at email@example.com.
For more information, call 859-402-8707.
Please download a Shipping form
Date: April 24, 2019 — October 13, 2019
MICHIGAN AND VIRGINIA SELLING WTD WHISKEYS
Here's how to find itWilderness Trail's Bourbon and Rye Whiskey is available to Bourbon lovers in Michigan and Virginia. How do you find some in Virginia? Basically, you just have to ask your store to stock it. Virginia is a control state and is run by the state of Virginia ABC. Wilderness Trail is registered and in the system in Virginia and any store can place an order to stock it or to ship it directly to a person living there through that store for pick up. Several stores are placing orders for their location and we will post those locations once we have that information. If you are looking for some of the latest Kentucky Straight Small Batch Bottled in Bond Bourbon with rye small grain, our Bourbon Single Barrel, Bottled in Bond Bourbon made with wheat or our infamous Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey Cask Strength, then please ask your local store to place an order for you!
To see Michigan locations, please download Michigan Bourbon Locations
Date: April 1, 2019
GOING GREEN IN 2019
White Oak Trees planted
Thanks to the many people who purchased a white oak tree in hopes that their trees one day will be used for Wilderness Trail Bourbon barrels.
We planted the 2-year-old white oak trees in March and now all we have to do is wait for them to become barrels. Visit your tree as your come see us over the years. Seventy or so years from now, maybe your grandchildren will enjoy a barrel of Bourbon aged in the tree planted for you.
Date: March 16, 2019 — March 16, 2019
Chili event returns Oct. 19
We're on the lookout for cooks and chili eaters for annual charity fundraiser
If you like making chili or eating it, mark Oct. 19 on your calendar. This is the date for this year's charity event. This year's event will expand to benefit more non-profits.
The generous support of the 2018 Charity Chili Cook-Off helped the Danville Kiwanis buy coats and clothing for many children. The Kiwanis received the children's names from Salvation Army, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Wilderness Trace Child Development Center and Sunrise Children's Home. No other agency helps these children in this capacity. The winter warmth supplied from your generosity supports a program that began more than 90 years ago. Twenty years ago, the Boyle County Senior Citizens Center became recipients of the the project.
The 2018 Chili Cook-Off raised more than $6,700 to purchase coats, clothing and a small toy for the children. The 40 members of the Kiwanis Club appreciate the support of their mission and know that everyone had a lot of fun in the process. Sure, someone had to win and some ground beef, smoked sausage, regular sausage, spices and a lot of love led Team Dean to the winners circle. Randy Dean, a native of Louisiana, enlisted his son, Philip, to represent the team of Boyle County Attorney Lynne Dean.
Close on their heels were second place winners Harvey's, a Danville restaurant, represented by owner Alex McCrosky and Arthur Denmon. Coming in third were Cash Express' team of Ella Mattingly and Shatarra Taylor. Taking the People's Choice honor was Blue Bird in Stanford's chef Bill Hawkins.
We thank all the great cooks, vendors and sponsors who made this event possible. Please mark, Oct. 19, 2019, for our next opportunity to make a difference.
Our other cooks were:
We appreciate all the people who offered free children's activities. Eddie Tamme brought free pumpkins for the children to decorate. The Boyle County Public Library Bookmobile was on hand with free library books. The Boyle County High School Key Club offered free facepainting and balloon animals. Boyle High cheerleaders sold hotdogs.
Thanks also to our awesome judges: Larry Vaught, Chuck Smith, Cameron Mills, and Kentucky Taste Buds Leigh Roach and Tamara Schneider.
And where would this event be without great sponsorship?
Platinum: Kentucky Cooperage of Lebanon; PNC Bank; Sellers Engineering of Danville; and The Advocate-Messenger of Danville.
Gold: Boyle County Attorney Lynne Dean, Bruce Devine Roofing of Harrodsburg; and Gibson, for Boyle PVA and Monticello Bank.
Silver: Boyle County Clerk Trille L. Bottom, Buzick Construction of Bardstown; Community Trust Bank of Danville; Corning, Inc. of Harrodsburg; Farmers National Bank in Danville; Monticello Bank in Danville; and Stuart Powell Ford Lincoln Mazda of Danville.
Bronze: Bob Allen Motor Mall of Danville; Caverndale Farms of Danville; Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank of Danville; Gary Chidester for Boyle County Judge-Executive; Danville Eye Center; Fort Knox Federal Credit Union in Danville; Hayslett Mechanical of Harrodsburg; InterCounty Energy of Danville; Keystone Industrial of Junction City; Melton's Great American Deli II of Danville; United Structural Systems of Lancaster; Walnut Springs Farm of Danville; and Wilderness Trace Solar of Danville.
Date: October 19, 2019 — October 19, 2019