Rio Brazos Distillery is Brazos County's first and only distillery creating slow artisan whiskey in the heart of Aggieland. It is a "neat little outfit" with an "informative & entertaining tour/description of the distilling process". Their "seating is nice" and you will be "able to see their bottling process right down to where they label it one bottle at a time". They have a "very informative tour" and "the owner and master distillery" is "very thorough" and tell "many more details". Their "whiskey is smooth and easy to pallete". This distillery really "makes top-notch spirits". When visiting, "you should take a tour and buy local". You will have a "fun time all around" with a "great product".
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.
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".
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