Bourbon Bliss in Bardstown

News Bourbon Bliss in Bardstown In the spirit of the Kentucky Bourbon Festival, which will take place Sept. 16–19 in Bardstown, Ky., Tracy Teo highlights area distilleries that bourbon enthusiasts can visit while they’re in town. Tracy gives a brief overview of the story behind Log Still Distillery and what visitors can expect over the next couple of months. View … Read More

A bourbon ‘Field of Dreams’: Distiller finds success with music venue, spirits

News A bourbon ‘Field of Dreams’: Distiller finds success with music venue, spirits Janet Patton gives insight into the experience at Dant Crossing, which she refers to as the bourbon “Field of Dreams” in Gethsemane, Ky. Patton shares details about the bed-and-breakfast, The Amp, and The Tasting Room while giving a sneak peek at what’s to come in the next … Read More

EDITORIAL: Amp’s lineup a refreshing one

News EDITORIAL: Amp’s lineup a refreshing one The Kentucky Standard’s editorial board introduces viewers to The Amp at Dant Crossing as a refreshing music venue for Bardstown and Nelson County with an impressive lineup from multiple genres this fall. View ARTICLE PrevNext

6 Luxe Bed & Breakfasts Across the South

News 6 Luxe Bed & Breakfasts Across the South Zoe with StyleBlueprint lists off six luxurious and authentic bed-and-breakfasts across the South, including The Homestead at Dant Crossing. She notes “guests rave about the breakfast and the hospitality of the owners.” View ARTICLE PrevNext

An Update with Dant Crossing’s (Log Still Distillery) Wally Dant and Nelson County’s Super Star Kim Huston

The great-great-great-grandson of bourbon legend Joseph Washington Dant, Wally Dant.

News An Update with Dant Crossing’s (Log Still Distillery) Wally Dant and Nelson County’s Super Star Kim Huston Wally Dant sits down with the Bo Brothers to discuss development progress for Dant Crossing, the release of Log Still Distillery’s bourbon Monk’s Road, and the talented lineup confirmed for Dant Crossing’s brand-new outdoor amphitheater, called The Amp. View ARTICLE PrevNext

Little Big Town Christens The Amp At Dant Crossing Stage

News Little Big Town Christens The Amp At Dant Crossing Stage Music Row introduces The Amp to the music industry as a 2,000-seat outdoor venue that allows attendees to listen to good music, sip on good bourbon, and enjoy the beauty of the Kentucky countryside. View ARTICLE PrevNext

Log Still Distillery Celebrates the Grand Opening of ‘The Amp[hitheater]’ with Little Big Town

News Log Still Distillery Celebrates the Grand Opening of ‘The Amp[hitheater]’ with Little Big Town Distillery Trail takes a deep dive into the opening of The Amp at Dant Crossing. The publication highlights the sold-out Little Big Town show and gives readers a sneak peek at what to expect from Log Still Distillery over the next couple of months. View … Read More

The Amp at Dant Crossing, a 2,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, has opened

News The Amp at Dant Crossing, a 2,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, has opened The Lane Report announces that the 2,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, known as The Amp, has opened with live performances including a sold-out Little Big Town show. The publication highlights all of the amenities offered at Dant Crossing and shares the 2021 season lineup. View ARTICLE PrevNext

The Disneyland of Bourbon Experiences – Log Still Distillery & Dant Crossing

News The Disneyland of Bourbon Experiences – Log Still Distillery & Dant Crossing Claudia Coffey from Horses, Hats and Bourbon interviews Tim Earnhart, Chief Marketing Officer of Log Still Distillery and Dant Crossing, about the new bourbon experience located in Gethsemane, Kentucky. View ARTICLE PrevNext

Tennessean: ‘The Disneyland of distilleries’: Health care CEO uses his family history to launch bourbon business

News Tennessean: ‘The Disneyland of distilleries’: Health care CEO uses his family history to launch bourbon business Keith Sharon shares exclusive insight on the Dant family’s bourbon history, how the family is reviving their distillery roots, and what’s to come for the “the Disneyland of distilleries.” View ARTICLE PrevNext