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.
Fri., June 3, 6pm
Sat., June 4, 3pm
Fri., June 10, 6pm
Sat., June 11, 3pm
Local distiller is making world-class aged spirits
Wes Marshall, Dec. 27, 2013
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