Located near the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, Old Crow Distillery once produced Old Grand Dad, Bourbon DeLuxe, Sunny Brook and other bourbon beverages. The plant has been closed since 1987 as a result of a buy-out from competitor Jim Beam.

The dilapidated complex, however, was purchased by Neil Craig, a descendant of whiskey pioneer Elijah Craig, and his partner, in December 2013. The duo intend to rehabilitate the bottling house for Deviant Distillers, a micro-distillery, that will produce bourbon, rye, “moonshine” and spiced rum with a capacity of 60 gallons per day.