Please see below for hours and availability throughout the week


Monday – Closed
Tuesday – 10am to 4pm 
Wednesday – 10am to 4pm 
Thursday – 10am to 4pm 
Friday from 10am to 6pm 
Saturday from 10am to 6pm 
Sunday – Closed

*Tuesday thru Thursday  – Gift Shop Open and Whiskey Shack Open. Grab and Go food options 10am – 3:30pm, Tours at 12pm and 2pm.
Friday thru Saturday – Gift Shop Open,  Whiskey Shack food available 11:00am – 5:00pm, Tours at 10am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm


See available tour times and reserve your spot below.

Where We Are

When To Visit.

Below is a list of upcoming events we’ll be hosting at our distillery – mark your calendars accordingly! 

  • March 2nd, 2024 – Texas Independence Day, Open to the Public
  • June 22nd. 2024 – Winner Winner Chicken Dinner, Ticketed Event
  • July 4th, 2024 – Fourth of July, Open to the Public with Normal Hours
  • October 5th, 2024 – Hye Steaks Cook Off, Ticketed Event
  • November 9th, 2024 – Red, White & Bourbon, Ticketed Event
  • December 5th. 2024 – Barrel Tree Lighting Community Event 

When Not To Visit.

As much as we’d love to have y’all out here every day of the year, our distillery is closed on Sundays and Mondays and the following holidays listed below:

  • January 1st, 2024 – New Year’s Day
  • June 22nd, 2024 – Winner Winner Chicken Dinner, Ticketed Event, No Tours
  • August 24, 2024 – Bourbon Camp
  • November 9th, 2024 – Red, White & Bourbon, Ticketed Event, Tours for Veterans Only
  • November 28th, 2024 – Thanksgiving
  • December 24th, 2024 – Christmas Eve
  • December 25th, 2024 – Christmas Day
  • December 31st, 2024 – New Year’s Eve
  • January 1st, 2025 – New Year’s Day

*Please note that we cannot sell bottles on Sunday

Things To Know About Touring Our Distillery.

Can I bring beer, wine or liquor?

Sadly, No. However we do offer cold wine, beer, and water through our honor box. In addition, there are certain buildings (stillhouse and barrel barns) where alcohol is not permitted. (This is a strange federal government bonded warehouse thing.)

Is there an area where we can smoke?

Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the ranch. Way too dangerous! If you light up, we will physically escort you from the property. Not only is the Texas Hill Country prone to brush fires but our ranch barns and buildings contain thousands of gallons of flammable alcohol. It is just not worth the risk.

Are kids allowed at the distillery?

Kids are welcome on our property but we are a working ranch so we ask that you keep a close eye on them!

Are dogs allowed at the distillery?

We are dog-friendly for friendly dogs, so as long as your pup is well-behaved and on a leash, they are more than welcome!

If it’s raining, do you still have tours?

Tours are rain or shine!

Can I bring you samples of distilled spirits that I make at home?

Please don’t. We’d love to try your concoctions. But making distilled spirits at home is a felony. Bringing them to our place is highly illegal, since we’ve got a federal and state permit.

How long do tours last?

Tours typically last 1 to 2 hours. Remember, 68 acres is a lot of ground to cover. The tour length often depends on who is giving the tour and how much they have had to drink.

How much are tours?

Tours are $10 per person, $20 on Saturdays, and free if you show up on a horse. Tastings are free for humans and horses.

How do I pay?

Tours and merchandise are cash, check or credit cards.

Do you provide private party tours and events?

Yes, contact us at Let us know the date of the event and the number of guests we should anticipate.

May I take pictures or video?

Pictures are fine. Video pisses us off. Nothing more embarrassing than to be caught scratching yourself on YouTube.

May I ask questions during the tour?

If you don’t there may be something wrong with you.

What about tours for large groups?

Dadgum it no. We used to offer tours for large groups but we are short-staffed now, so we can’t do them. Hopefully, we will do so again in the future.

Do you have a gift shop?

Some have called it that.

Do you have restrooms?

Yes, please watch your aim, and leave the seat down for the ladies.

Do I need reservations to stop by and enjoy some bourbon?

Reservations are your best bet if you’re planning on a tour, but they’re not needed if you’d just like to sit and sip some bourbon in the sunshine. Come on by.