Distilleries in Houston, TX

Local Distilleries in Houston, Texas

Discover local Distilleries in Houston, Texas. Smaller distilleries around the state still produce spirits the traditional way without all of the pressures of meeting high quotas of mass-produced spirits. In fact, some of the local distilleries around the state have won awards from all over the world for their excellent spirits. So if you’re browsing around for some liquid courage, try something from your local distillery, you never know it might just be the perfect blend you’re looking for.

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8th Wonder Distillery

Distillery in Houston, Texas

What does the 8th Wonder Brewery do when it reaches icon status for its craft beers? It moves on to distilling spirits, of course! Brewing craft beers in a dome-like warehouse, the founders of 8th Wonder Brewery jokingly named their company after the old moniker of the Houston Astrodome. In 1965, Houston Astrodome was the […]

Avonak Distillery

Distillery in Houston, Texas

Avonak Distillery is Texas’ first certified organic distillery in Texas. The distillery takes its name from a small town north of Houston, where it is based. Founded in 2016 by Kyle Wray, his wife, and a diverse group of Houstonians, the distillery introduced its first products to the market in mid-2018. Avonak Distillery’s first products […]

Fox & Seeker Distilled Goods

Distillery in Houston, Texas

Fox & Seeker Distilled Goods is located in the Greater Heights area of Houston, Texas. Their “owners are professional, ethical, and dedicated to the craft”. You can “buy barware and shirts” at their online store. They are in the process of bottling and aging their products. Once production begins, they will welcome you wholeheartedly. They […]

Grateful Dane Distilling Co.

Distillery in Houston, Texas

Grateful Dane Distilling Co. is the first rum distillery in the City of Houston. The “owners are amazing and welcoming and knowledgeable”. Their “distillery run on pure passion for the art of crafting a high-quality spirit!” You will enjoy “quality” rums here. Their “Silver Rum” has a “lot of depth and taste that you do […]

Gulf Coast Distillers

Distillery in Houston, Texas

Gulf Coast Distillers is a DBA for Buffalo Bayou Distilleries LLC. They have “great people and impressive facilities” but “what seals the deal is the whiskey tastes great”. They have “great drinks and the tour” is “amazing”. This new craft distillery with industrial scale capacity produces a variety of spirits, such as Vodka, Gin, Rum, […]

Highway Vodka

Distillery in Houston, Texas

Highway Vodka is Houston’s premier vodka distillery. The distinct character of their vodka is its unique strain of hemp seed. “It is refreshingly smooth”. Come out and try this Texas’ first hemp-based vodka. The owners are big time believers of the hemp plant. They also used locally sourced corn and water from an artesian aquifer […]

Whitmeyer’s Distilling

Distillery in Houston, Texas

When you visit Whitmeyer’s Distilling, “don’t let the warehouse building bore you into leaving”. Sit down and “get ready for the ultimate tasting of fusion whiskey, bourbon, moonshine, and vodka”. Whitmeyer’s Distilling has “tastings, flights, on the rocks or specialty cocktails” as well as “tours of the distilling facility”. You can also “play darts” or […]

William Price Distilling

Distillery in Houston, Texas

“Starting a distillery is never cheap but two local Houston guys hope to get a leg up by starting off with a bit more than most”. William Price Distilling is a planned small and independent urban craft distillery in Houston. Their preference is to produce products in house and in small batches. Watch out for […]

Yellow Rose Distilling

Distillery in Houston, Texas

Yellow Rose Distilling is Houston’s first legal whiskey distillery. They are “located in a strip mall”. They have a 13 product portfolio to suit a wide audience. Visit them because “even if you are not a big whiskey drinker” you will find that “their maple syrup stored in their used whiskey barrels is to die […]

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