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Bourbon Candle Company®

Glass Bottle Drop Off Recycling Locations

Recycle Your Bourbon, Whiskey, Wine, & Liquor Glass Bottles

Bourbon Candle Company® donates $0.25 cents to a Non-Profit for every Bourbon or Whiskey glass bottle recycled to our company.

Please drop off glass bottles during location business hours.
We accept all sizes of glass bottles that are wine and spirits. Please no food glass jars or beer bottles. 


We truly Thank You for reducing glass waste in Kentucky & supporting our mission!

To recycle your glass bottles, visit the Dropoff Locations listed below:

  • Hardin County​, Kentucky Area (Elizabethtown, Radcliff, and Fort Knox)

    • Bourbon Candle Company
      110 Chase Way Suite 6
      Elizabethtown, KY 42701
      (270) 370-0329 or (270) 370-0332


    • Kroger Wine and Spirits on Dolphin Drive:
      3046 Dolphin Drive
      Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701
      (270) 360-3277


    • KSP Liquors
      1103 Ring Road
      Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701

      (270) 900-1600


    • North Hardin Wine and Spirits
      350 North Dixie Boulevard
      Radcliff, Kentucky 40160
      (270) 351-3555

    • Blackjacks Liquors
      1857 South Dixie Boulevard
      Radcliff, Kentucky 40160
      (270) 351-8880

  • Jefferson County, Kentucky Area (Louisville)

    • Frankfort Avenue Liquors & Wine (FAL)
      2115 Frankfort Avenue
      Louisville, Kentucky 40206
      (502) 618-2019


    • Crown Liquors (Cooper Chapel Rd only)
      5930 Cooper Chapel Road
      Louisville, Kentucky 40229
      (502) 963-5418


  • Taylor County, Kentucky Area (Campbellsville)

    • Mammoth Liquors #2 
      400 Campbellsville Bypass #5​​​
      Campbellsville, KY 42718

      (270) 283-3373

  • Barren County, Kentucky Area (Cave City)

    • Mammoth Liquors
      101 Gardner Lane
      Cave City, KY 42127

      (270) 773-3337



Semper Fi and America's Fund is one of America's highest rated charities, and is dedicated to providing urgently needed resources and support for combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.

Thank you for your contributions! 

We appreciate you recycling and allowing us to turn a Kentucky classic into a piece of art.

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