Beer, Wine, and Bourbon in Bluegrass Kentucky

April 18, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Beer, Wine, and Bourbon in Bluegrass KentuckyKentucky is widely known as the birthplace of bourbon, where the ever-popular Mint Julep and old-fashioned reign supreme. But, did you also know that Kentucky is a great place to grab a delicious pint of beer, and even a glass of wine?  It’s true. Despite being at the forefront of the bourbon scene, other drinks have crept into the spotlight in Kentucky. Craft brews were once relegated to cities like Portland or beer-loving states like Wisconsin. Both the craft beer industry and Kentucky’s wine industry are located in Bluegrass country, and have seen steady growth over the past several years. If you love to try hand-crafted, regional beer, wine, and spirits, then now’s the perfect time to visit Kentucky. Find a Kentucky Inn to stay at this summer, and get ready to drink those hot summer days away with us.

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Warm Up on the Urban Bourbon Trail of Kentucky

January 31, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Urban Bourbon Trail in Louisville, KentuckyBourbon Country is arguably one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state of Kentucky.  Towns encompassed in this region include Bardstown, Frankfort, Lebanon, Lexington, Owensboro, and Louisville, among others.  Kentucky Bourbon is considered to be the original American spirit. Whether you’d like to tour one of the many local distilleries, sample some of Kentucky’s finest spirits, or dive deep into the history of this spirited drink, a tour through Bourbon Country should be at the top of your itinerary when you visit Kentucky. One great way to sample a variety of bourbons in a small space is to follow the Urban Bourbon Trail in Louisville. To complement your trip, we recommend settling into the finest hospitality Kentucky has to offer by staying at any of our Bed and Breakfasts.  Find a nearby Bed and Breakfast from our member list, and book your trip today!

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Discover the Trails and Scenic Byways of Kentucky

July 13, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Scenic Byways and Trails Through KentuckyThe development of trails and scenic byways is growing trend in the travel industry.  Generally speaking, trails in this sense are destinations in a particular area that serve as wonderful travel destinations.  Starting your vacation in trail towns is a great way to design your own adventure, hitting the attractions along the way that most interest you.  As you go, feel free to venture off the trail to enjoy the scenery, services, and heritage of the nearby communities, each of which offers their own slice of southern charm and character. In Kentucky, there are several wonderful trails and scenic byways to explore. Finding lodging couldn’t be easier, thanks to our convenient property search for Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts and Inns.  Plot out your route through Kentucky’s top trails, and make reservations at the nearest Kentucky Bed and Breakfast we can have a room waiting for you.  Our member Inns offer a variety of properties, each with one thing in common: Unbeatable Southern hospitality.

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Discover Craft Beer on the Brewgrass Trail

May 20, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

craft beer KentuckyIt’s no secret that Kentuckians are fans of their drinks.  Kentucky is, afterall, the birthplace of bourbon and home to the ever-popular Mint Julep.  However, despite being at the forefront of the bourbon scene, craft beer has slowly started to creep into the spotlight. Though it was once only relegated to hipster cities like Portland or beer-loving states like Wisconsin, the craft beer scene has been growing at an increasingly fast pace and making a name for itself in markets the country over.  In Kentucky, the craft brew scene has found it’s home in Lexington, where small batch, high quality craft beer offerings have been cropping up along the Brewgrass Trail.  Find a Kentucky Inn to stay at this summer, and come sip cold brews with us during the hot summer days.

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