Normandy, Tennessee: George Dickel Distillery TourBask in fumes from the open fermentation vats, then mail your postcards from the Distillery post office!
George Dickel Distillery
- 1950 Cascade Hollow Rd, Normandy, TN
- I-24 exit 105.Turn right onto US Hwy 41 S. Drive 1.5 miles, then turn right onto Blanton Chapel Rd (store and gas station on the left). Drive four miles to a stop sign, then turn left onto Lyndell Bell Rd. Follow the signs to Normandy Dam (3.5 miles) and turn right onto Frank Hines Rd. Pass by the Dam and continue on Frank Hines Rd into Normandy. With the railroad crossing on your right, go straight onto Cascade Hollow Rd and follow the signs 1.5 miles to the Distillery.
- Tu-Sa 9 am - 4 pm (last tour at 3:30 pm). (Call to verify)
- 931-857-3124 x230
Visitor Tips and News About George Dickel Distillery Tour
On the George Dickel Distillery tour, Tennessee whiskey is made the same way as it was in 1870. Cascade Hollow is nestled on the Highland rim of the Cumberland Plateau and use the clean, fresh limestone water from the Cascade Springs. The tour is about the same as other distilleries, with the exception of the open fermenting vats and plastic Dickel caps you wear on the tour and keep.
No pictures are allowed inside due to flashes and fumes, but you may take all you want outside of visitor's center, Barrel House, and bust of George Dickel. The distillery has it own U.S. Post Office in the general store.[Ken Smith, 03/12/2008]
June 2011: We've received a report that the Free Hats have been discontinued.