Our FAQs at YourPegasus.com Bourbon Tours
Most distilleries book 90 days in advance. It is important to book bourbon tours early because the most popular distilleries will sell out fast as they open their calendars for booking. This is especially true in the spring and fall.
Since we customize all bourbon tours, we can come to your location and provide you with door-to-door service from the beginning to the end of the tour.
Operating hours at bourbon distilleries differ, and tour dates would depend on which distilleries you want to visit.
The length of your tour depends on your pick-up location and which bourbon distilleries you are visiting. Generally, visiting 3–4 distilleries will take 8–10 hours.
While we can design bourbon tours for groups large and small, the actual tour size is determined by the distilleries you will be visiting. Distilleries vary from 8–22 people maximum for their experiences.
We provide water, soft drinks, ice, and light snacks for the day. You can bring anything that you like, which may include special non-alcoholic or alcoholic beverages for mixing drinks along the tour trail.
Most distilleries require closed-toe shoes. In the winter months, dress in layers as most tours will include both inside and outside walking.
Bourbon & Beyond and Louder Than Life
Unfortunately, we cannot sell passes after the deadline.
Shuttles will run approximately every hour. As soon as all seats are filled the shuttle will depart.
Peak times for arrival at the festival are between 4PM - 7PM, with the heaviest between 6PM and 7PM. Wait times for shuttles will be longer due to demand.
Louisville Marriott Downtown, The Galt House Hotel, and Louisville Slugger if you purchased that experience from Pegasus
No, you can pick up the shuttle at either of those locations no matter what hotel you are staying in.
They will begin at 11AM all days, and run until approximately midnight all days.
No, the shuttles will stop only at the Festival, the two hotels, and Louisville Slugger if tickets were purchased for that experience.
In the driving lanes directly in front of the entrance to the South Wing.