Bob Dylan Is Opening a Whiskey Distillery Called Heaven's Door

It will have a live music venue, restaurant and "whiskey library"
Bob Dylan Is Opening a Whiskey Distillery Called Heaven's Door
In what seems like the ultimate self-parody, Bob Dylan is opening a whiskey distillery featuring a live music venue, restaurant and "whiskey library" — and yes, it really is called Heaven's Door.
 
Heaven's Door Distillery and Center for the Arts shares a name with the brand of whiskey that Dylan launched last year, and it will be located in Nashville at 616 5th Ave., where the Elm Street Church currently resides.
 
The music venue will hold up to 360 people, and Dylan's own paintings and metalwork sculptures will be on display throughout the space. You can see an artist's rendering of the future facility below.
 
The Heaven's Door facility is slated to open in fall 2020 — to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Dylan's Nashville Skyline.