Guests will be treated to one-night stay at the historic Jim Beam American Stillhouse in Clermont, Kentucky. Built in 1910, the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath property boasts rustic charm with its original Prohibition-era staircase, a fire place, a waterfront backyard with fishing docks and cowboy cauldrons for outdoor grilling, and, naturally, a full bar stocked with premium Jim Beam expressions.
Also included in the package is a distillery tour, bourbon tasting, and a dinner party at seventh-generation master distiller Fred Noe's smokehouse, which serves whiskey-infused BBQ creations inspired by Beam family recipes.
“There’s no better time to experience bourbon country than during the cool, crisp months of fall, so we’re welcoming bourbon fans to join the Beam family during an overnight stay at our home in the rolling hills of Kentucky,” Noe said of the experience.
“We like to say that anyone who visits us comes as friends and leaves as family, so we’re thrilled to welcome our extended family for some bourbon and Kentucky hospitality.”
Best of all, the rental only costs $23, the same price as a bottle of Jim Beam Black. Beginning the October 21, Airbnb will start taking reservations via Noe's profile on a first come, first serve basis. Mark you calendars now if you want to live like a whiskey king.