You won’t find Cascade Hollow on most maps. Living off the beaten path has its advantages. For instance, the fresh water that runs from Cascade Springs is the very same water that ran over the limestone shelf of the Cumberland Plateau when the distillery was built in 1878.
Here in Cascade Hollow, we don’t measure time in hours, days, or months. We measure it in years. For us, patience is more than a virtue – it’s an essential ingredient in our fine Tennessee Whiskies. Come tour the distillery and see what makes Cascade Hollow special. We love having people stop by to visit.
For protection and safety, all guests touring the George Dickel Distillery are required to wear proper footwear. We strongly discourage open-toed shoes and no spiked heels are permitted (it’s tough to walk across metal grating floors in heels!). We thank you for your cooperation.
Come tour the distillery and discover George Dickel’s award winning whisky and its time honored traditions. The Visitor’s Center is filled with antiques, photos and special memories, and the George Dickel General Store is a wonderful place to visit and drop a line to family or friends at our very own U.S. Post Office – the only working post office at any distillery in the United States. If you prefer, you can rock on our porch and enjoy the abundant nature that picturesque Cascade Hollow has to offer. NEED DIRECTIONS? CLICK HERE.
$12/Person, 21+ (includes complimentary tasting)
Tours are free for guests under 21
NOTE: Must be 21 or over with valid identification to participate in tasting. Please call ahead for groups larger than 10 people.
Phone: (931) 857-4110
2018/01/02 - 2020/12/31
Additional time info:
Last tour starts at 3:30pm Monday through Saturday and at 4pm on Sunday
NOTE: Closed Tuesdays in January and February, and on major holidays