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EDER BROS. REPRESENTATIVES TAKE TWO HISTORIC TOURS

By July 3, 2014Connecticut, Top News

Members of the Eder Bros. sales team recently visited The Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee and the Woodford Reserve Distillery in Louisville, Kentucky.

While visiting the birthplace of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey, the group toured the distillery, sugar maple charcoal rick yard, town square and received a customized private tasting. From left to right standing: Chris Munk, Sebastian Cummings, Chris Ferraro, and Dom Borghese. Seated: Tom M. Ehrler, Brendon Mahony, Donna Schweder, Tony Vincent and Jennifer Caulfield.

While visiting the birthplace of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey, the group toured the distillery, sugar maple charcoal rick yard, town square and received a customized private tasting. From left to right standing: Chris Munk, Sebastian Cummings, Chris Ferraro, and Dom Borghese. Seated: Tom M. Ehrler, Brendon Mahony, Donna Schweder, Tony Vincent and Jennifer Caulfield.

Shown at the Woodford Reserve Distillery in Louisville, the group is shown in front of one of three stills. Dom Borghese, Brendon Mahony, Sebastian Cummings, Jennifer Caulfield, Donna Schweder, Tony Vincent, Chris Ferraro and Tom M. Ehrler.

Shown at the Woodford Reserve Distillery in Louisville, the group is shown in front of one of three stills. Dom Borghese, Brendon Mahony, Sebastian Cummings, Jennifer Caulfield, Donna Schweder, Tony Vincent, Chris Ferraro and Tom M. Ehrler.

Brendon Mahony measures up to a stack of barrel tops at Brown Forman Cooperage, the only company that makes their own bourbon and Tennessee whiskey barrels. The Eder Bros. group was the first ever to get a tour of the factory to witness the elaborate process that goes into crafting these barrels.

Brendon Mahony measures up to a stack of barrel tops at Brown Forman Cooperage, the only company that makes their own bourbon and Tennessee whiskey barrels. The Eder Bros. group was the first ever to get a tour of the factory to witness the elaborate process that goes into crafting these barrels.

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