Family aims to revive Ky. distillery once owned by relative

06/27/2013 | American City Business Journals

A Kentucky father and son are aiming to revive Kentucky Peerless Distilling. Corky Taylor's great-grandfather used to oversee operations at the Louisville company, which closed in 1938. Corky and his son Carson paid $290,000 for the factory and plan to make moonshine as their premium small-batch bourbon and a four-year bourbon.

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