Jim Beam hosting holiday event

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The Jim Beam American Stillhouse is jumping into the holiday season with a special “Feastival” event, a dinner hosted by seventh generation Master Distiller Fred Noe.

According to a press release, guests will join the Noe family, friends and neighbors in what the distillery is calling “Kentucky’s largest holiday dinner” Friday and Saturday evening.

The family-style dinner will take place outdoors on the distillery grounds under a decorated holiday tent, and family-friendly activities will be available, including complementary self-guided evening distillery tours, live music, crafts and more.

In addition to offering a new holiday event, the Feastival is also part of a good cause. For every dinner ticket sold, Jim Beam will donate $10 to Project Hope (up to $10,000), raising money to expand the Flaget Cancer Center and add 3D mammography at the hospital.

There will be three dinner seatings held at the distillery, including 7:30 p.m. Friday, 5:30 p.m. Saturday or 8:30 p.m. Saturday. As of Tuesday, the 5:30 dinner on Saturday was sold out. Distillery doors will be open one hour before until two hours after each dinner time slot. Cost for the seated dinner is $10 per person. Bourbon cocktails for those of legal drinking age will be sold separately.

Reservations are on a first come first serve basis and can be done online at jbfeastival.eventbrite.com. Jim Beam American Stillhouse is located at 526 Happy Hollow Road in Clermont.