Treaty Oak Distilling

16604 Fitzhugh Rd., Dripping Springs, 78620
One of the oldest distilleries in Texas, Treaty Oak operates out of a 27-acre ranch in Dripping Springs. Saturday tours show off the rickhouse for rums, gins, and whiskeys. Also on-site: a gift shop, sampling bar, stage for regular live music, a dog park, and the Ghost Hill restaurant, featuring shareable snacks and smoked meat plates.
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Age Before Beauty? With Treaty Oak, You Get Both.

Local distiller is making world-class aged spirits

Wes Marshall, Dec. 27, 2013

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