LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) - In a time when the bourbon business is booming, the Frazier History Museum is taking a look back at a very different era for liquor in the Bluegrass State.
Starting on Thursday, Oct. 29th, The Frazier Museum will open the doors on Spirits of the Bluegrass: Prohibition in Kentucky. The exhibit examines the effect that prohibition had on Kentucky between the dry years of 1920 and 1933.
In order to start the event off right, the museum plans on pouring out an entire barrel of bourbon right on to Main St. in Downtown Louisville.
For more information on the exhibit: http://fraziermuseum.org/upcoming-exhibitions