Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company

After beginning barreling in 2015, the Taylor family has been patiently crafting one barrel at a time. Corky Taylor, Fourth Generation and CEO has been breathing life back into his great-grandfather’s legacy that originally started in 1889. Peerless released their first Bourbon in 102 years standing true to what the first generation once started. The Taylor family has taken no shortcuts in crafting quality whiskey surpassed by none. All under one roof in Louisville’s Bourbon District, the select grains are milled, cooked, fermented, double-distilled and barreled as bourbon and rye.

Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company is located in Louisville, KY. Their parent company is Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company LLC. The distillery website address is https://kentuckypeerless.com/


120 N 10th St
Louisville, KY 40202-2610

Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company Bourbons and Whiskeys

Kentucky Peerless Single Barrel Bourbon KPD Selection
Kentucky Peerless Single Barrel Rye KPD Selection
Peerless Bourbon Single Barrel
Peerless Double Oak Bourbon
Peerless Rye Single Barrel
Peerless Small Batch Straight Bourbon
Peerless Small Batch Straight Rye Whiskey
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