Please enjoy, in their entirety, liquid Kentucky television episodes of Downstream. For individual stories click here.

bluegrass map iconEpisode 110 Bourbon County KY: The COVID Special: “Social Fishtancing”, White Water Kayaking & Bourbon Hand Sanitizer


Featuring Hartfield & Co., a Bourbon County distillery in Paris; fishing on Hinkston Creek by the Colville Covered Bridge; kayaking on the Russell Fork River, and sampling homemade apple wine.

Sponsored By: Georgetown / Scott County Tourism, VisitLex, Lawrenceburg/Anderson Co. Tourism, Bardstown Tourism, Visit Frankfort Tourism, Four Roses, BB&T, Bowling Green Tourism

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pennyrile map iconEpisode 109 Bowling Green KY “Creeks, Caves & Corvettes and How To Brew Your Own Brew”


Kyle & Carrie float thru Bowling Green, KY land of caves and Corvettes where they visit Blue Holler Brew Supplies, Lost River Cave, Travelers Cellar Winery, White Squirrel Brewery and take a paddle on scenic Drake’s Creek.

Sponsored By: Georgetown / Scott County Tourism, VisitLex, Lawrenceburg/Anderson Co. Tourism, Bardstown Tourism, Visit Frankfort Tourism, Four Roses, Courtyard by Marriott Bowling Green

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Episode 108 Frankfort KY “Jet Boats, Bourbon Boats, Colonels and Castles”

“Kyle & Carrie will have a lot of “balls in the air” when they visit Kentucky’s historic capital city. The hosts will tour Frankfort by boat on the Kentucky River, and on foot stopping in at the Buffalo Trace and Castle & Key distilleries as well as a sweet visit to Rebecca Ruth Candy.

Sponsored By: Georgetown / Scott County Tourism, VisitLex, Lawrenceburg/Anderson Co. Tourism, Bardstown Tourism, Bowling Green KY Tourism, Four Roses.

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Episode 107 Georgetown KY Elkhorn Creek, Bourbon Blending and Local Feeding

“Weave” through the streets of Georgetown to find some ‘royal’ liquid history and learn how one man quenched our thirsts in more ways than one. Featuring: Floating around on the Elkhorn Creek, bourbon blending, Local Feed cuisine and paddling around with a Country Boy who can catch a fish.

Sponsored by: Georgetown / Scott County Tourism, Georgetown / Scott County Parks & Recreation, Four Roses Bourbon, Wesbanco.

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louisville map iconEpisode 106 “Lawrenceburg, Leaping, Loving, Learning” The Salt River & Four Roses”


In this episode Carrie & Kyle take the plunge, literally into Lawrenceburg KY where they explore the Salt River, kayak fishing on Beaver Lake, Lover’s Leap Vineyard, a classic car show downtown and of course Four Roses Bourbon featuring a unique tour with master distiller Brent Elliott.
Sponsored by: Lawrenceburg/Anderson Co. Tourism, Four Roses Bourbon, Wesbanco, Georgetown/Scott Co. Tourism, BB&T Bank
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louisville map iconEpisode 105: Bardstown, The Beech Fork & The Kentucky Bourbon Festival” 2019 EMMY WINNER


Carrie & Kyle adventure to Bardstown, KY for the 25th annual Kentucky Bourbon Festival and a paddle along the Beech Fork River. Featured stories include a country ham and bourbon pairing, a little mint julep history, some crazy grains for making bourbon, a historic Bardstown walking tour and a visit to the spring source for Barton Distillery. The episode wraps up with cigars, bourbon and jazz!Production made possible by: Bardstown Tourism & Four Roses Bourbon

louisville map iconEpisode 104: From the Ohio to Your Glass: Water, Beer and Bourbon


Our second visit to Louisville features a learn how some of the best tap water in the US comes from the Ohio River and why it’s so pure. We’ll visit the Falls of the Ohio, meet some ladies who ride a dragon, and then try every beer in the state of Kentucky. Production made possible by Louisville MSD and Bardstown Tourism.

louisville map iconEpisode 103: Waste Not, Want Not: Louisville Creeks, Forks, Beers and History


Our visit to Louisville features a unique story on what happens when liquids go down the drain. We’ll paddle on the Beargrass Creek as well as the Floyd’s Fork, along the way stopping to learn about Prohibition in Kentucky at the Frazier Museum and of course trying a beer or two at Against the Grain and Apocalypse Brew Works.  Production made possible by Louisville Water and Bardstown Tourism.

Episode 102:  Party Barges, River Races, Country Boys & Very Old Wine EMMY NOMINATED!


Please enjoy this Emmy Nominated feature! Come discover the Kentucky River, including majestic Boone Creek, as well as the historic lock and museum at Boonesboro. Kentucky’s first 255 mile river race gets rained but craft brews abound with featured stories including the Emmy Nominated story on Country Boy Brewing as well as North America’s First Vineyard wines. Production made possible by VisitLex & Kentucky American Water



Featuring stories from the Dix River, High Bridge, Danville, Nicholasville and Harrodsburg, KY. Wilderness Trail Distillery, Lemons Mill Brewery, Chrisman Mill Winery. Production made possible by VisitLex & Kentucky American Water