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Take a “Sip of History” at this Tennessee whiskey fest

(Your dog is invited, too.)

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Many bottles of locally-distilled Tennessee whiskey sit on a table at a whiskey-tasting festival.

Looks pretty neat to us — pun (obviously) intended.

Photo by Andrew Jackson Foundation

It’s Tennessee’s finest whiskey, wine, and beer event, y’all. Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage and the Tennessee Whiskey Trail have teamed up yet again for the return of Sip of History, happening Saturday, April 1 from 2-5 p.m. 🥃

With nearly 30 TN distilleries participating, the festival celebrates the best in regional spirits, wine, and local brews. Attendees can expect tons of tasty samples, lawn games + live music, and full access to The Hermitage’s 1,100+-acre grounds.

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage NASHtoday Dog

Look at this good boy having a great time.

Photo by Andrew Jackson Foundation

Best of all, Sip of History is super dog-friendly — your pup will receive a commemorative bandana, a professional pet portrait from Wendy Jo photos, and can get their energy out in the The Hermitage’s on-site, fenced-in dog park.

Pro tip: If you already know you want to go, you may want to grab your tickets ($85 per person) sooner rather than later — we hear they’re going quickly.*