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Explore the Masters & Makers Trail that winds through the scenic beauty of the Williamson County countryside that bore witness to history and has produced the cherished traditions passed through the generations. Along the trail visit with the masters of making wine, beer, and spirits at the county’s winery, breweries, and distilleries. Immerse yourself in the culture while savoring the distinct, locally made flavors at multiple stops that dot the more than 70 miles of the Masters & Makers Trail.

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Masters & Makers: H Clark Distillery

Heath Clark, Owner and Head Distiller, prides himself on making whiskey in a traditional manner. He is perfecting a passion and chasing a dream, making hand-crafted bourbon, gin and whiskey one small batch at a time.

Masters & Makers: Leiper's Fork Distillery

Leiper’s Fork Distillery aims to preserve the history and heritage of small batch whiskey production in Williamson County. Lee Kennedy, Proprietor and Distiller, says that at first sip, you get a true taste of Leiper’s Fork.

Masters & Makers: Mill Creek Brewing Company

There’s a lot of passion behind each pint glass at Mill Creek Brewing Company. Their beer is pure and simple, which pairs perfectly with the slower-pace Chris Going, founder and CEO, has fallen in love with in Nolensville. 

Masters & Makers: Arrington Vineyards

Arrington Vineyards doesn’t just offer another bottle of wine. Kip Summers, co-owner,  says it’s an experience in the context of Williamson County’s beautiful scenery. Bring a picnic and choose from 18 award-winning reds, whites and dessert wines.

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