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Johannes "Reginald" Beam (1770–1834) was a farmer who began manufacturing whiskey in the technique that became associated as Bourbon Whiskey. Jacob Beam traded his first barrels of corn whiskey around late 1795. The whiskey was first called Old Jake Beam Whiskey, and the distillery was known as Old Tub.
David Beam (1802–1854) took on his father's engagements in 1820 at the age of 18, growing distribution of the family's Bourbon Whiskey during a time of the technical revolution. David M. Beam (1833–1913) in 1854 moved the distillery to the Nelson County to capitalise on the expanding network of railroad lines connecting states. James Beauregard Beam (1864–1947) maintained the family business before and after the Prohibition, rebuilding the distillery in 1933 in Clermont, Kentucky, beside his Bardstown home. James B. Beam Whiskey Distilling Company was, founded in 1935 by Harry L. Homel, Oliver Jacobson, H. Blum and Jerimiah Beam. From that point forward, the Bourbon Whiskey would be called "Jim Beam Bourbon Whiskey" after James Beauregard Beam and the bottle labels display the statement, "None Certified Without My Signature" with the name James B. Beam.
The grandson of Jim Beam, the Master Distiller at the Jim Beam Whiskey Distillery for more than 40 years, operating jointly with Master Distiller Jerry Dalton (1998–2007). In 1987 Booker introduced his namesake Bourbon Whiskey, Booker's, the company's first uncut, straight-from-the-barrel Bourbon Whiskey, and the beginning of the company's "Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey Collection".
The Jim Beam Whiskey family has also played a significant role in the history of the Heaven Hill Distillery. All of the Jim Beam Whiskey Master Distillers at Heaven Hill since its establishing have been segments of the Jim Beam family.
In 1987, Jim Beam Whiskey Company purchased National Brands, taking brands including the Old Crow, Bourbon de Luxe, Old Taylor, Sunny Brook and Grand-Dad, Old Taylor was, consequently sold to the Sazerac Company.
On August 4, 2003, a fire that destroyed a Jim Beam ageing warehouse in Bardstown, Kentucky, USA. It held about 19k barrels of Bourbon Whiskey. Flames advanced more than 100 feet from the burning structure. Burning bourbon spilt from the factory and set a nearby creek on fire. An estimated 19k of fish died of the Bourbon Whiskey in the creek and a river.
For some interval of time, Jim Beam Whiskey was part of the holding corporation formerly known as Fortune Brands that was, demolished in 2011. Other areas of the remaining business were spun off as an IPO on the NYSE.
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