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Gulf Coast Distillers

Distillery in Houston - 17.32 mi

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, Whiskey and Bourbon. You will have "a great time". The  tasting room is above the distillery. You will be able to see the production process while you are enjoying your time drinking. The name of the tasting room is "Ben's Den" after Uncle Ben’s rice.

(713) 670-3003

Railean Distillers

Distillery in San Leon - 17.35 mi

They have been the first among the rest. RAILEAN Distillers is the Original Texas Rum. They were the first distillery to make an aged spirit in Texas. Some of the first products they have launched include Original Texas Spiced Rum™, Original Texas Coconut Rum™, and the Original Texas Sugar Cane Rum™. RAILEAN also made the First Texas Agave Spirit™. When you visit their place, you will "LOVE the pirate atmosphere and everyone is so nice". The tour that they offer is "pretty high-level chemistry but the tastings" are "really fun" and you can also get "free shot glasses included in your price complimentary tastings". Plus, "samples of a cake made with their rum".

(713) 545-2742

8th Wonder Distillery

Distillery in Houston - 17.81 mi

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 world’s first air-conditioned domed stadium and dubbed the “8th wonder of the world”.8th Wonder Brewery was established in 2013, and promised “fermented fun in East Downtown Houston”. It has since become known for its different varieties of craft beers. In 2018, the company expanded to the liquor and spirits business by opening 8th Wonder Distillery right across the street from the brewery. They currently serve their house brand vodka and gin as well as cocktails and their craft beers at the distillery.

71358123377132290868

Highway VodkaNo Own Retail Location

Distillery in Houston - 18.91 mi

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 in the process of making their vodka. They distilled it 6 times to produce a noticeably different viscosity and mouth feel than other vodkas. Check out their website to find out where you can buy their vodka. They also have an updated social media page where you can see posts on where to grab a bottle.

Fox & Seeker Distilled Goods

Distillery in Houston - 20.15 mi

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 offer Texas Vodka, London Dry Gin, and Spring Gin which will be bottled in Winter 2020. The aging of their Texas Bourbon will begin in late 2020 too. Watch out for their official opening. Check out their website and social media pages for updates especially with regards to their new location.

Oak and EdenNo Own Retail Location

Distillery in Texas City - 20.58 mi

Oak and Eden has a patent-pending technique called in-bottled finishing. It is the first of its kind because they believe that it all has to do with the wood. They placed a 5” long spiral cut piece of wood into every bottle of their fully aged whiskey. There are hundreds of botanicals and countless flavor and texture characteristics inside any given species of wood that are responsible for most of the flavor and all of the colors in any whiskey. Even if you are "not a whiskey lover" and even "cautiously optimistic", you should try their product. You will be able to "love how smooth it is when mixed for flavored cocktails". Its "aroma" is "very pleasing" when you "opened" it. The "flavor" will be satisfying and "the strongest" maybe "the vanilla, but the bourbon isn’t overly sweet". Although, "it does burn just a bit on the tongue but she finishes very smooth". It is "smooth with a dark finish".

Grateful Dane Distilling Co.

Distillery in Houston - 20.78 mi

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 not get from most any other silver rum". Their "Gold Rum" is a "very tasty small oak barrel-aged rum". They also have the "Spiced Rum" which has a "quite unique Jamaican allspice" and "vanilla along with other flavors". Visit this place. It is "a hidden gem, a little hard to find, but well worth the search".

(281) 636-8001

Yellow Rose Distilling

Distillery in Houston - 23.58 mi

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 for!" They have a "tour and tasting" that can last "for about 15 minutes". The tour "includes samples of most of their products" such as the "whiskey blend, the syrup, and the chocolates". Their "Caliber stuff (flavored "whiskey") is for the novice only". You will also "learn a little more about whiskey".

(281) 886-8757

William Price Distilling

Distillery in Houston - 24.24 mi

All good ideas start between college roommates, right? Well, maybe that’s not the case, but it is with Bryan and Zack - college roommates, rugby teammates, avid whiskey fans...sounds like the perfect mixture for distillery-partners. The partners started working on the concept of William Price Distilling in 2012 and just a short 8 years later the distillery is fully-realized serving up spirits, cocktails and all around good times. Almost makes you thirsty just reading about it.

(713) 364-9225

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