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  • On a cold, rainy February day, Derek Schneider sat in front of what appeared to be a sleeping still as he waved VENT in for a tour of the revitalized Charles Medley Distillers Kentucky, for the rebirth of bourbon in Owensboro . The Charles Medley Distillery, in operation since 1940, shut its doors in 1992 and has been virtually vacant until 2007 when the facility was purchased by Angostura Limited, a Trinidad and Tobago company famous for the production of Angostura Bitters. Lets walk and talk, suggested Schneider as he grabbed his raincoat and keys. Appearances can be deceiving; inside the sleepy facility was a hub of activity. Youll have to excuse the mess, Schneider said. Were pre-paring for the Bourbon Heritage Celebration on Valentines Day. The event was a gathering for Kentucky distillers to bring their products to Owensboro for Rotary Club members and guests to taste. All proceeds went to the Rotary Club Foundation. We will have a rum product for the guests to sample, which has a taste similar to bourbon, Schneider said about the Bourbon Heritage Celebration. Building A was the first spot on the impromptu tour. It is one of six buildings that will be used to store bourbon. Building A consists of 80-year-old pine and oak racks that can house 20,000 barrels that hold 53 gallons each. Kentucky , geographically, is ideal for bourbon production with cold winters, hot summers, corn and underground well water. Only bourbon distilled and aged in Kentucky can bear the label Kentucky Straight Bourbon, a natural product made from all natural ingredients including the water drawn from the wells on the property. The once bottling plant will serve as the new visitors center. CMDK employees hurriedly prepared the space for the event. The visitors center will house a gift shop featuring three steps of the bourbon process. Pipes from the distillerys older years of production were scrubbed and polished to create racks in one room, while old barrels for aging will be cut to house bourbon-related products for sale in the next room. The third room will have the finished product bottled to show the final stage. Schneider has worked to forge the old with the new for a rustic and modern look. A perfect example is the two light fixtures in the womens room cut from used bourbon barrels dated 1942 and 1945. The old print shop, where the original distillery created and printed their own labels is connected to the visitors center. The entire printing process took place in the building that will be restored and showcased as the CMDK museum. Labels from past production are on display, as well as a still-working camera with attached developing room, roughly the size of a small cargo truck. The museum also contains several of the original printing presses. On the tour, VENT was privy to the rich history embedded throughout the property from an original grinding stone used in the distillery in 1818, to the pre-prohibition bottles scattered in one of the upstairs lofts. CMDKs task ahead of them is difficult and divided into

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    several phases. The first phase is to repair the roofs of all the aging ware-houses. The distillery suffered heavy damage from Hurricane Ike winds, which of course, was not originally in the phase plan. Schneider said they dealt with setbacks before they were able to get started. The key is that the machinery is still intact, he said. We wouldnt be here if it wasnt. The control systems also need an upgrade from analogue to digital, which is a much more efficient system. Once the renovations are complete, Schneider can get down to the business of production. For good bourbon, the pro-cess takes about four years until the final product is ready for sale. Technically, its bourbon after two years, but not a qual-ity product, he said. And just like a young bottle of bourbon, the distillery is in its first stage. Owensboro can look for CMDK to feature bourbon with a style profile personal to the area in about four years. Schneider said that developing a profile comes from the taste, color, and region of the product. CMDK will make bourbon exclusively in Owensboro and ship from this location. So, in time, Owensboro will be part of the world-renowned bourbon production exclusive to Kentucky .

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