Kentucky Bourbon Kentucky Bound KG and Ringy are in the bluegrass state of Kentucky, searching for artifacts from the two oldest distilleries in the country, including a lost case of prohibition era liquor that could be worth a fortune. Still Going Strong The guys start at the Makers Mark distillery in Loretto, Kentucky. This property dates back to colonial times, and its stills have been cranking out bourbon since 1805. Prohibition Nectar Here, they're looking for some finds from one of Americas most violent periods: prohibition. If they could find a cache of prohibition booze lost for nearly a century, it would be priceless. Buffalo Trace Distillery KG and Ringy head down the bourbon trail to the Buffalo Trace distillery in Frankfurt, Kentucky. Chompin' At The Bit Its one of the oldest continuously operating distilleries in the U.S., and the estate on which its located is a massive complex that must be chock full of historic nectar. KG bites his digging tool in anticipation at Buffalo Trace Distillery. Sights Will Be Set The boys set their sights on two hot spots at Buffalo Trace: the riverside house and the servants quarters. Distillery Defense and Discovery The distillery workers stayed at the riverside house to oversee round-the-clock operations, as well as to defend the distillery against raiders and hostile Indians. Blanton House Appraisal Diggers team conducting the appraisal at Blanton House across from Buffalo Trace Distillery. Bourbon Our heroes visit the servants quarters on the outskirts of the nearby Blanton Estate, appraising their finds. Nectar Goggles KG poses with shot glasses on his eyes at Blanton House. Wild Men KG and Ringy hop the fence to go play with horses in Bardstown, KY.