Four Roses Distillery breaks ground on Expansion

LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. (WTVQ) — Lieutenant Governor Crit Luallen joined other officials and local leaders to break ground on a Four Roses Distillery expansion, on June 4.

Four Roses Distillery also announced a second expansion, resulting in a $34 million investment that officials say will double the size of the distillery and annual production. Officials say this expansion will also create 15 new jobs.

Authorities followed that up with another plan for new warehouses at the Bottling Facility in Cox Creek. They said the first investment will be completed in 2018, and the new warehouses are planned to be operational in 2022.

“Four Roses is one of Kentucky’s most iconic brands,” said Lt. Gov. Luallen. “This expansion will allow the company to meet growing global demand while still continuing to produce the quality bourbon it’s been known for since the 1800s. I want to congratulate Four Roses on its new level of success.”

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