Coastal Bend Distilling, Company is located in downtown Beeville, Texas which used to be the location of the Grant Lumber company and hardware store. They have "delicious cocktails, solid whiskey, great live music, and the friendly bartender makes for a great night". You will also notice "diverse menu including vodka, gin, and whiskey beverages" when you visit. It has an "amazing atmosphere with great small town experience into craft distilling". There are also "comfortable seating and lots of TV's". You can also join a guided tour of their distillery. You will "love going there" because "the environment is very wholesome and just a great group of people to be around".
Coastal Bend Brewing, in a county resolution, is the “Official Distillery of Bee County”. Opened in December 2018, owners Kenneth and Eveline Bethune wanted to invest in a company that “would benefit the local community (but) is not wholly dependent on the community for revenue”. The distillery takes its name after the recognizably South Texas part of Texas. The owners feel the company's name “captures” the South Texas pride in all their products.
The distillery is currently waiting for their Texas Bourbon to age. Meanwhile, they offer four spirits including the so-called “accidental gin” named Lucky Star. “It is more of a non-gin-drinkers gin,” Kenneth says. The gin was "a happy accident" despite not having all the usual ingredients needed to create gin. The group also bottles blended whiskeys and offers Live Oak Vodka.
The tasting room, made from a repurposed hardware store adjacent to the distillery, includes a dance hall available for special events.
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