Full Disclosure: Bulleit greased me up with a T-shirt and some whiskey glasses, but I would have babbled about this thing without it. It was THAT cool.
Given the Full Tour
Among the first people to enter, I was given the full tour before the mass of bourbon fans had the opportunity to overwhelm this depression-era inspired pull-behind trailer. Situated in the back corner it was really hard to miss; beautifully paneled in dark wood with a gleaming pullout bar in the front. Billed as “the responsibility room,” the passenger compartment was fully equipped for a comfortable nap after any overindulgence. Finally, the back of the trailers was almost as impressive as the front; with a full bar, and LCD TV that would make even the most devoted tailgating aficionado happy.
The Rear Bar
The rear bar of the Bulleit trailer features a flat screen TV, glassware and (of course) plenty of Bulleit Bourbon. The camper was created as a super luxury gift and actually included a full year supply!
The “Responsibility Room”
Anyone (inebriated or not) would enjoy stretching out in the camper’s “responsibility room.” Beautifully appointed, it would be one luxurious nap.
The Story: The Bulleit Bourbon Woody Camper
After sobering up after the event I had to learn a little more about this trailer and found its story on Remodelista. It was created as a Nieman-Marcus Fantasy gift that came with a one-year’s supply of Bulleit.
Update: We found a great documentary on YouTube but unfortunately it was taken down. Regardless it was an impressive story of incredible craftmanship and if we’re able to dig it up again, we’ll definitely share it.