Clyde May's Distillery and Visitor's Center

Jan 20, 2021 2:59:19 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Construction Administration, Architecture, Distilled Spirits, Site Master Planning, Distillery, Visualization, Tourism

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ABOUT THIS PROJECT

Conecuh Brands contracted with Luckett & Farley to create a distillery and destination experience similar to the ones along Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail for Clyde May’s Alabama Style Whiskey. The expertise of our Corporate Commercial & Hospitality and Distilled Spirits studio are collaborating from site master planning through construction administration to design an attraction that will draw visitors from Alabama and beyond even though a distillery tour might be a foreign concept to them.

 

Inspired by the legacy of Clyde May, Luckett & Farley has created a vision for an immersive distillery experience by capturing the local tradition and Clyde’s trailblazing ingenuity. The tenets of experience design guided the design process to craft an authentic, one-of-a-kind day for guests, building upon the distillery essentials of a mill, still house, rickhouses, and bottling factory with a restaurant, museum, gift shop, apple orchard, and amphitheater.

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Rabbit Hole Distillery

Jun 25, 2020 6:24:22 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Engineering, Construction Administration, MEP, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Distilled Spirits, Distillery, Tourism

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Luckett & Farley structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and civil engineers designed Rabbit Hole craft distillery’s structure and internal workings.

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Woodford Reserve Distillery Restoration and New Visitor Center

Jun 24, 2020 10:21:06 PM / by Luckett & Farley posted in Engineering, Distilled Spirits, Distillery, Tourism

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A 140-year-old distillery in the heart of Bluegrass Country was completely renovated and rejuvenated for a new premium bourbon whiskey. The historic buildings were restored to preserve their exterior appearance; however, the interiors were completely revamped for a modern distillery including copper kettles from Scotland. Luckett & Farley provided complete architectural and engineering services for this monumental project. 

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