Brough Brothers Distillery is Kentucky's first African-American owned distillery. Kentucky -born co-founders and brothers Victor, Bryson, and Christian Yarbrough started from humble beginnings in Louisville West end, where they learned early about hard work and dedication. They took those lessons, traveled the globe and brought their newfound knowledge of the spirits industry back to Kentucky, where the vision for Brough Brothers was established. Through Brough Brothers, the Yarbrough plan to make a positive and lasting impact through job creation and economic development within their local and global communities.
We designed our bottle to present our culture to the world throughout art. Each drawing represents a piece of Kentucky's vibrant culture: Bourbon, Basketball, Boxing, and Horse Racing. The bottle's sleek design gives it a modern feel and makes our brand easier to identify.
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B. Spillage, minor damage and/or cosmetic defects are all possible to occur during transit. Spirits Reserve does not take responsibility for minor damage.
C. Spirits Reserve is not responsible for any lost shipments, including but not limited to packages lost because of hold requests or delivery rescheduling.
D. If the package is returned due to failed delivery, a twenty-five percent (25%) restocking fee will be deducted from your refund. Shipping costs will not be refunded.
E. If the package is returned to Spirits Reserve damaged because of failed delivery attempts or refusal of delivery, you are responsible for the full cost of the order.
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