Wilderness Trail Distillery in Danville, Kentucky, one of the newest members to move up to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, has expanded its leadership team. Wilderness Trail has announced the hiring of Len Landry as the new Vice President of Operations and Engineering.
Landry has a history in the distilling industry having recently worked as Director of Corporate Engineering at Heaven Hill Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Shane Baker, co-owner of Wilderness Trail Distillery and Ferm Solutions, says, “We are excited to add on the talent and experience Len brings with him as well as his leadership abilities. As our operations and brands continue to grow, he will be instrumental in preparing and implementing the strategies to keep up with our growth and customer satisfaction.”
In his role at Heaven Hill Landry oversaw expansion projects in all aspects of a distillery including bottling, warehousing and visitors center. Prior to joining Heaven Hill, he was plant operations manager for Mannington Mills in Salem, NJ. He also worked in various roles for Corning, Inc., both in Harrodsburg and Marlborough, MA. A West Point Academy graduate, he also was a commissioned officer in the Army, and was an aerospace engineer in Warner Robins, GA. He has a master’s in business administration from Wilmington University.
Landry lives in Danville with his wife, Christina. Their son, Mitchell, also works at Wilderness Trail Distillery as a distiller.
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