If you’re looking for a nice little countryside retreat where you can detox and avoid the temptation of alcohol, this Jim Beam distillery Airbnb probably isn’t for you. Jim Beam Bourbon just announced its first-ever property listing on Airbnb, renting out the Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, Kentucky, to guests.
According to the press release, visitors will be able to “live, eat and even sleep like the seven generations of Master Distillers, in a historic and charming Kentucky house overlooking nearby Everbach Lake on the distillery grounds.” In addition to a distillery tour, guests can also look forward to a bourbon tasting, classic BBQ meals, and an inside look at how the popular bourbon is created.
Guests will be staying in a rustic house built in 1919, with three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The house is equipped with a fireplace, fully stocked bourbon bar, backyard, and fishing docks.
Fred Noe, Jim Beam’s seventh-generation Master Distiller, said, “We like to say that anyone who visits us comes as friends and leaves as family, so we’re thrilled to welcome our extended family for some bourbon and Kentucky hospitality.”
Prospective guests can request a one night stay on the grounds via Airbnb, valid for a limited number of dates through the end of 2019. The best part is that stays only cost $23 — the same price of a bottle of Jim Beam Black bourbon. Reservations are first-come, first-served, so if you’re over 21 and interested, you should book fast.