JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO. has been serving tradition for more than two centuries, from a time-honored distilling process to legendary bourbons, and now, with food at The Kitchen Table, which nourishes visitors with family history, the Beam homestead and the land surrounding it.
Chef Brian Landry describes the menu as familiar, playful and surprising, grounded in classic Southern staples like barbecue and traditional Kentucky favorites like a Hot Brown served in a place named for Jim Beam’s actual kitchen table.
“It is the table the entire family congregated around for meals, talk and good drinking,” says Landry.
Even the pizza evokes Beam family heritage.
“It was Freddie’s idea to use the same yeast strain in our pizza dough as the Beam family uses to make all of their bourbons,” says Landry, referring to eighth-generation Master Distiller Freddie Noe.
The Clermont Supper Club unveils monthly theme dinners focused on one Beam brand, with handcrafted food and drink pairing menus.
“Come join us and have a seat at our table!” says Landry.
The Kitchen Table, 522 Happy Hollow Road, Clermont, served by Salt River Electric, is open Wednesday–Sunday; limited reservations.