Below is a slideshow of photos taken at the facility in 2016.
Thomas A. and Ben F. Medley, principal owners and operators of Old Stanley, were the 6th generation of Medley distillers in Kentucky. The facility opened around 1962 and was capable of 50 barrels per day. Other than the distillery itself, there were also a dry grain recovery plant, 20,000 barrels worth of storage, and a bottling department all under one roof. Due to ad valorem taxes, the plans also called for three warehouses to be built in southern Indiana. Distilling only lasted about a year, though the bottling section of the plant remained active for several years.