Whiskey Row, also known as the Iron Quarter, refers to a block-long stretch from 101–133 W. Main Street that once served as home to the bourbon industry in Louisville, Kentucky.
Whiskey Row is a one and only pre-prohibition style bourbon you would have found in a classy speakeasy or perhaps the Rathskeller Room at the Seelbach around the turn of the century.
The stretch of Renaissance Revival buildings on Main Street in Louisville, Kentucky, is locally known as Whiskey Row. From 1850 through Prohibition, Whiskey Row became the trading centre for all spirits distilled in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia.
Whiskey from upriver was warehoused and blended with Kentucky whiskey downriver to New Orleans and overland to the West.
Whiskey Row Bourbon is a blend and small batch of barrels that mirrors many of those early recipes so that you may enjoy the same flavours that our ancestors.