As historically legitimate as they come, Bomberger's Distillery, or more recently Michter's Distillery, is a decommissioned facility that was once known as one of the oldest remaining buildings of its kind in the United States. Located in Schaefferstone Pennsylvania, this landmark distillery dates as far back as the 1840s but the site itself has a clerically demonstrated history of distilling spirits since 1753. Bomberger's Distillery was named on the National Register of Historical Places and declared a historical landmark in 1980. With a back-and-forth ownership history spanning from 1753 with the Shenk Family to 1860 with Abraham Bomberger, the distillery went on to be traded even further from 1920 to Ephriam Sechrist on up until the 1950s when Louis Forman and Master Distillery Charles Everett Beam (of the renowned Beam family) purchased the facility and distilled the first batch of Michter's. The distillery was officially closed in 1989, but since its decommission, Bomberger's distillates are cited as being used in various whiskey products, specifically Michter's. That being said, it is exceptionally rare to find an authentically sourced bourbon that can be directly linked to this famous distillery.