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Local Distilleries near the Blum, Texas 76627 Area (6)

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Local Goat Distillery

Distillery in Granbury - 31.57 mi

Their process involves using by-products in making exotic spirits. Local Goat Distillery partnered with Veldhuizen Cheese and they used their whey for the base of their vodka, acting as natural sugar. They also have "good food" like "the tacos are so good", the "smoked salsa is amazing" and the "cheese plate is great!" They "make good martinis and they have a list of many drink choices". They also "serve cocktails made with their own liquor. Rum, vodka, gin". You can try the "Bloody Mary with the horseradish vodka". It is also good "taking the tour" where they will "explain the entire process" in making their products. They also "have live music on Fridays and Saturdays".

Firestone and Robertson Distilling Co

Distillery in Fort Worth - 41.21 mi

Pernod Ricard already acquired the Firestone & Robertson Distilling Co. Pernod Ricard is the No.2 worldwide producer of wines and spirits. Firestone and Robertson Distilling Co is the craft distiller of TX Blended Whiskey and TX Straight Bourbon. TX Blended Whiskey, launched in 2012, is a smooth-drinking, award-winning brand that has already garnered a passionate following. When "you have a free afternoon in the Fort Worth area, schedule yourself a tour and tasting here". Whether you are a "Bourbon enthusiast or not", you will learn "about the distillation process and history about the area and company". Their "distillery is in a 100-year-old warehouse in the medical district, kinda funky, kinda cool". It is a "beautiful setting- good whiskey- live music- friendly staff and patrons!"

Balcones Distilling

Distillery in Waco - 42.44 mi

Established in 2008, Balcones Distilling is only the second Texas distillery to get its distiller’s permit but it beat out the competition when it released Baby Blue corn whisky to the market in 2009. Dubbed “the original Texas whisky”, Baby Blue's market debut achieved historic firsts. It marked “the first time Texans could buy a bottle of Texas made whisky”.  Balcones Distilling made history again in December 2012 when Balcone's Distilling's "1" Single Malt beat out whiskies from more established Scotch houses in London’s Best in Glass competition. Dubbed “The Judgement of London”, the win “helped legitimize American craft distilleries… and signaled the emergence of Texas as a whiskey-producing region”. The distillery produces three lines. Their Classics are year-round whiskies available at distributors. Also, the Annual Releases are “released only once throughout the calendar year”. Finally, their Special Releases are “extremely limited” whiskies including some that "may never be re-released". As a testament to their commitment to quality, the "1" Single Malt still continues to win awards to this day!

BlackEyed Distilling Co

Distillery in Fort Worth - 43.36 mi

BlackEyed Distilling Co's first vodka was crafted by hand from black-eyed peas. Their "facility is inside an old firehouse and has a bar upstairs". When you visit, you will find the "environment is welcoming and their drinks are fantastic". Their "fantastic cocktails and their vodka" are "very unique and memorable". With an "excellent vodka and even better whiskey" that you can drink, "you won't regret coming here". Whenever you "find yourself in the Fort Worth area near downtown, be sure to make the Black Eyed Distilling Co a destination stop". Also, "be sure to take a tour while you’re there". It is "well worth it".

Silver Star Spirits

Distillery in Fort Worth - 43.88 mi

Silver Star Spirits is veteran-owned distillery that is located in an "old Ranch Style Beans factory and has a historic label". It has a "cool environment, nice couches to sit and relax, nice bar area and big outside area with cornhole". It is a "venue" that has "an amazing piece of history, tricky to find at first but totally worth having to turn around if you miss the turn". When you visit, "make sure to have a special beverage prior to the tour and sit outside on their cool patio!" When you leave, buy "some delicious Texas rain whiskey" such as the "Honey Whiskey" because you will "love it!" P.S. They close for special events so be sure to follow their social media pages for the latest updates! If you can't visit but can't get enough of their amazing spirits then you can always order online at their website!

Acre Distilling

Distillery in Fort Worth - 44.11 mi

Acre Distilling takes its name from the distillery’s location, the infamous Hell’s Half Acre. Once Fort Worth’s “den of sin and vice” and the site where renegades like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid roamed, the area is now home to Acre Distilling since 2015. The founders of Acre Distilling were once with a brewing company until they ventured into the liquor world. Along with the distillery's aptly named spirits such as Hell’s Half Acre Rum, Longhair Jim Bourbon, and Miss Addie’s Vodka, the distillery also serves coffee and cocktails. Acre Distilling has over 18 different products including single malt whiskey, bourbon, vodka, gin, rum, cordials, bitters, and flavored liqueurs. Among many awards, the distillery won Vinepair’s 10 Best Craft Distillery Tasting Rooms in America award in 2017. Besides the distillery, you can also find Acre Distilling's products at Spec's, Total Wine & More, Spanky's Liquor, and Goody Goody. The bar is open to the public for tours, tastings, and events year-round.

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