Not in the book, but since I had those shots of the bridge, I had to show the other side: Weisenberger Mill, the oldest operating commerical mill in Kentucky. You can go in and buy various mixes (and they are tasty and inexpensive!
These are mashtubs at Woodford Reserve. Can you see the difference between the wood of the new ones and the old one (foreground)? Bo's new mashtub (mentioned in Books 2 and would have that new-wood look.
View of Elkhorn Creek between Woodford and Scott Counties in Kentucky. I imagine Hannah's view of Old Crow Creek at the beginning of the book looking something like this, except the bank on the opposite side would be steeper and hillier.
Deep freeze at GarnetBrooke? Shot taken during February 2015 at Stonestreet--credit for photo says this is in Fayette County but I know this farm is in Woodford--I drive by it everyday on my way to work.
The heritage of the interior of the Woodford Reserve visitors' center. Note the textures: wood, limestone, copper. All reflect the history and heritage of the craft. The tasting room is behind that limestone fireplace.