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 "watch a game on tv". The "tour is short and informative". You will "actually able to see where they make, bottle, and package everything from their bar". The "smoked old-fashioned and a peach whiskey sour are two of the best on the menu". Try them and "you won't be disappointed".
Bartletts Distillery takes its name after one of Van Barkin’s ancestors. The distillery’s establishment is a perfect example of someone finding opportunities in the face of adversity. Van worked in oil and gas until, after 20 years in the industry, he was laid off in 2015. With basic knowledge in brewing his own alcohol and beer, Van and his wife decided on the direction he was going to take. In 2016, the husband and wife team established the distillery, and in 2017 purchased the Conroe property it stands on. By July 2018, the Barkins were in the liquor business.Bartletts Distillery's current products include white, dark, gold, and spiced rums, single malt whiskeys, and an un-aged version of its single malt whiskey. They recently renovated their tasting room. It now accommodates more people, and includes a small stage for live performances. They also made restrooms compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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 were its Avonak Vodka, Eye10 Gin, and Fifty9 Gin. The distillery is also Texas’ first “grain-to-glass” distillery.Kyle and his wife traveled the globe and visited places with age-old distilling traditions. They realized they could use their knowledge “to build a tradition of their own” in the city they call home. With its line of “premium products made in small batches” and “accented with local flavors”, master distiller Kyle plans to release a bourbon product soon.Join the Avonak Society and catch Kyle on a scheduled tour of the distillery.
Old Humble Distilling is Humble's first and only whiskey distillery located deep in the heart of Humble Texas. This distillery is "definitely a hidden gem". You can book a distillery tour because it has a lower price compared to arriving without a reservation. Check out their website on the updated price of their tours. "The owner runs the tours" and he is "so knowledgeable and friendly". While browsing their website, you might also want to check their online shop or join their Roughneck Social Club. You will also "loved the whiskey tastings as well". It's not a "hangover whiskey" because "these people know their bourbon" and they "don't like hangovers!"
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.
Toddy Blends Winery and Distillery is the oldest wine-based liquor producer in the great state of Texas, Toddy Blends have "great service". Plus, "they really go that extra mile if they run out of what you want". They have been manufacturing and distributing products state and nationwide since 1996. They specialize in products that allow those who hold a beer and wine license to serve cocktails, frozen daiquiris, pre-made gel-shots, and much more to-go. This distillery owned by Toddy Inc. also owns Toddy Oaks which is a beautiful venue for special events and private parties distinguished by many of its gorgeous oak trees. This is the "best spot to come and chill and grab a drink".
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".