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Tour Dripping Springs Distillery

Tour Dripping Springs Distillery

By on Jul 2, 2015 in Events

 

Small batch is the latest buzz word in distilling and brewing. It gives the idea of great attention and care being put into what we are about to consume. The thing is, small batch is relative. What is a small batch to a large, international distillery?

For Kevin Kelleher at San Luis Spirits it means some extra work, but once you have tasted Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin it will be hard to trust anyone else. The critics agree as they have awarded Dripping Springs Best in Class, as well as the Vodka Purity Trophy at the International Wine and Spirits Competition.

Despite these prestigious accolades Dripping Springs stay humble and focused on creating a mindful product. Upon visiting the distillery you can see their small, experimental beginnings, and how they have slowly grown and expanded while maintaining consistently satisfying spirits. Every element of their distilling process is hand crafted and monitored to the very last drop.

For just starting in 2007 Dripping Springs Distillery is paving the way for the renewal of cocktail craft and culture. Maintaining focus on fresh, local ingredients, 40 to 50 gallon batches, and consumer education, Dripping Springs is leading the way to superior spirits. Whether you are a vodka and gin drinker or not, you will be. With a product that is clean and refreshing for any palette- whether you like your drink straight up or shaken and stirred- Dripping Springs Vodka and Gin will elevate your cocktail.

:: Sign up for one of our classes to learn more about Dripping Springs and how it tastes in cocktails ::
Click HERE for our classes


Schedule a tour, educate yourself, and enjoy a tasting:

San Luis Spirits

805.215.3388

5330 Bell Springs Road

Dripping Springs, TX 78620

www.drippingspringsvodka.com

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Amy Collins
Amy Collins has lived many places but has recently fallen in love with San Antonio, TX. She is a voracious reader and yoga instructor turned writer. When not trying to figure out how to make thoughts into words she can be found exploring new hiking trails, experimenting in the kitchen, or perusing the local bookstore.
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