20 Texas Distilleries Every Booze Lover Needs to Visit 

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If you're looking for a great drink somewhere in the Lone Star State, make sure to check out this list of distilleries that will be well worth the drive. Whether you're in the mood for a rum, whiskey or vodka, Texas has got you covered.
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Hye Rum
11247 US-290, Stonewall, (830) 265-5644

Hye Rum serves up amazing fruity drinks. We recommend going for the “Silver Sunrise.” Grab a drink and head for the outdoors, where they have a beautiful view of the good ‘ol country outdoors.
Photo via Instagram, hyetxrum
Deep Eddy Vodka
2250 E. Hwy 290, Dripping Springs, (512) 994-3534
Stop by Deep Eddy's tasting room Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and see what the fuss is all about it. We promise you'll see why this vodka is a Texas favorite.
Photo via instagram, cpurpz
Hill Country Distillers LLC
723 Front St., Comfort, (830) 995-2924

Hill Country Distillers offer a cute, retro spot to relax and knock back some delicious moonshine.
Photo via Instagram, michaellajsmith
Acre Distillery
1309 Calhoun St., Fort Worth, (817) 632-7722

Acre is one of the many Fort Worth/Dallas area distilleries, but make sure to not overlook it. They have beautifully presented drinks that also taste great.
Photo via Instagram, paulapi1
Balcones Distilling
225 S 11th St, Waco, (254) 755-6003

Balcones is a cute, quaint spot to grab a great whiskey. Visit on Waco’s “First Friday” (the first Friday of the month) for great deals and a fun crowd. If you’re a teacher, make sure to bring your school ID because Balcones offers discounted rates for educators.
Photo via Instagram, balconesdistillery
Crystal Creek Distillery
906 Pace Bend Road S. #100, Spicewood, (512) 825-8384

What’s better than amazing Texas moonshine and a pup that runs around free? We’ll answer for you: nothing.
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Firestone & Robertson Distilling Co.
901 W Vickery Blvd., Fort Worth, (817) 840-9140

The bourbon at Firestone & Robertson is a deal for the price. You’ll find yourself taking a bottle to bring back home from this Fort Worth gem.
Photo via Instagram, rebeca.lacblog
Cypress Creek Reserve Rum Distillery
1400 Jacobs Well Road, Wimberley, (512) 847-6874

This country gem will make you feel like you’re back in time. With dark wood furnishings, beautiful country landscapes, and rum you won’t soon forget, this little place is a must stop.
Photo via Instagram, just.a.girl.lovin.life
Garrison Brothers Distillery
1827 Hye-Albert Road, Hye, (830) 392-0246

For a Texas Spirit that’s hard to beat, head to Hye’s Garrison Brothers Distillery.
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BlackEyed Distilling Company LLC
503 Bryan Ave., Fort Worth, (817) 349-9977

BlackEyed is known for its live-music events, decor and – of course – its vodka.
Photo via Instagram, hannahwilshire
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San Luis Spirits- Dripping Springs Vodka & Gin Distillery
5330 Bell Springs Road, Dripping Springs, (512) 858-1199

San Luis’ award winning gin and vodka are best enjoyed outdoors in the beautiful Dripping Springs area.
Photo via Instagram, destinationdripping
Rebecca Creek Distillery
26605 Bulverde Road, San Antonio, (830) 714-4581

Rebecca’s in San Antonio is a great spot if you’re craving a great whiskey drink. Visit between Thursday through Sunday for a free distillery tour.
Photo via Instagram, thesoutherntxcharm
Whitmeyer’s Distilling Co. LLC
16711 Hollister St., Houston, (713) 623-1637

Stop what you’re doing and head to Houston for a drink so good that it’s worth the three hour drive. Whitmeyer’s created a “Whit-Russian,” which combines their local whiskey with freshly brewed coffee beans. Both the whiskey lovers and coffee fanatics will be pleased.
Photo via Instagram, whitmeyers_distilling
Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling
4834 Whirlwind Dr., San Antonio, (210) 775-2099

This cozy brewery is here in the 210. Word around the block is that they have science trivia nights, so brush up on your facts and come thirsty for a brew.
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Railean Distillers
341 5th St, San Leon, (713) 545-2742

For a different take on a classic distillery head to Railean. Beware: it’s pirate themed.
Photo via Instagram, sinfoniahorn
Yellow Rose Distilling
1224 N Post Oak Road #100, Houston, (281) 886-8757

Either stop by the Yellow Rose bar or head on the tour. Either way, you’re sure to leave happy that you visited.
Photo via Instagram, reesesc
Toddy Blends Winery & Distillery
20120 Franz Road, Katy, (281) 578-2020

This fun outdoor distillery in Katy serves up good drinks, and yes, jello shots. The jello shots come in several flavors including sour apple, watermelon, blueberry and more.
Photo via Instagram, toddyblends
Edwards Ridge Distillery
16104 University Oak, San Antonio, (210) 802-7864

Enjoy rum cocktails to your heart’s content at Edwards Ridge Distillery.
Photo via Instagram, edwardsridgedistillery
Trinity River Distillery
1734 E El Paso St #130, Fort Worth, (844) 365-7787

This small-town distillery delivers big-time tastes. Strong whiskey, a beautiful outdoor patio and occasional hot yoga workout sessions — this place has it all.
Photo via Instagram, trdistillery
Artisan Distillery and Drinks
315 8th St., San Antonio, (210) 896-5070

For a great distillery not too far from home, head to Artisan. You’ll love the drinks and the outdoor patio.
Photo via Instagram, artisanonalamo
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Hye Rum
11247 US-290, Stonewall, (830) 265-5644

Hye Rum serves up amazing fruity drinks. We recommend going for the “Silver Sunrise.” Grab a drink and head for the outdoors, where they have a beautiful view of the good ‘ol country outdoors.
Photo via Instagram, hyetxrum

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