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Liberty Hall Historic Site teams with Bulleit Distilling for virtual 2021 Bourbon & Browns fundraiser

Liberty Hall Historic Site has teamed up with Bulleit Distilling Co. for its annual Bourbon & Browns fundraiser set for Saturday, April 24 at 6:30 p.m.

Now in its ninth year, Bourbon & Browns has grossed almost $340,000 to support ongoing education and preservation at Liberty Hall, a National Historic Landmark.

Liberty Hall Historic Site (Photo from Kentucky Tourism)

The event, held virtually this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, will be hosted from Bulleit Distillery by honorary chairs Tom and Betsy Bulleit. Viewers can dress up or stay cozy in their pjs and drink, eat and enjoy the event from the comfort of home.

Tours of the new Bulleit Distillery, mixology sessions, the opportunity to learn the history of the site and more will be offered. Participants will receive a bourbon gift box shipped to their home prior to the event with ticket purchases. The box will include 2 Bourbon & Browns 2021 engraved rocks glasses, a bottle of Bulleit bourbon, event goodies, and the mixers with garnishes needed for the mixology sessions. Randomly selected boxes will also contain special prizes.

Tickets are $150 per link and gift box. They can be purchased online at libertyhall.org or by calling 502-227-2560. Sales end April 9.

The event is hosted Mrs. Milly Ann Stewart, Kentucky Monthly, Tom & Betsy Bulleit, Stock Yards Bank & Trust, Mrs. Donald F. Kohler, and Suzanne & Robert Whayne. Sponsorships for the event are still avaiable. Visit libertyhall.org for sponsorship opportunities.

Liberty Hall Historic Site, a 4-acre site on the Kentucky River in downtown Frankfort, interprets 19th-century Kentucky life through the houses and gardens of Senator John Brown, his son Orlando, and their families. LHHS is the headquarters of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The Commonwealth of Kentucky, a not-for-profit organization that promotes an appreciation for the people, places, and events that led to the formation and development of the United States.

For more information, call Liberty Hall at 502-227-2560 or visit libertyhall.org.

From Liberty Hall Historic Site

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