Four Roses Bourbon Distillery to Suspend Distillery Operations to Protect Employees

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The Four Roses Bourbon Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky closed down distillery tours, tastings and visitor center operations last week. This week Four Roses has announced that beginning on March 20, 2020 they will temporarily suspend distillery operations.

Based on the current Coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak the company said it’s taking this additional measure to help reduce the potential spread. Operations are expected to be shut down until at least April 6, 2020. All non-production employees have transitioned to working remotely.

“We have made these decisions keeping the health of our employees and our communities foremost in our minds,” said Ryan Ashley, Chief Operating Officer at Four Roses.

Four Roses is continually monitoring the ever-changing developments and following the guidance of the CDC and other authorities. Updates will be provided as they become available.

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