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Still Austin Whiskey Co.

Austin, Texas-based whiskey distillery that makes 100% of their whiskey in-house, from grain to glass

Overview

Date Established 01/2015
Founder Chris Seals
Headquarters Austin
Industries
Beverage
Sustainability
Website https://stillaustin.com/
Press Contact Still Austin
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About

Still Austin Whiskey Co. is the first true grain-to-glass distillery to open in Austin, Texas, since the end of Prohibition. Still Austin’s award-winning whiskey can be purchased in more than 30 states or sipped at their tasting room and live entertainment venue, which attracts artists, creatives, and musicians who bestow the culture of Texas on a community of whiskey lovers. All spirits are hand-crafted using grains grown by Texas farmers, who focus on sustainability by cutting carbon emissions. Still Austin returns spent grains to local ranchers to feed their animals, and operates a distillery that is designed for energy efficiency and water conservation. 


Still Austin was founded in 2015 in the spirit of inclusivity and supporting the creative and arts communities. Still Austin’s distillery and tasting room is located at 440 East St. Elmo Road in the heart of Austin, Texas. Still Austin’s collection of spirits includes the flagship Straight Bourbon Whiskey (aka “The Musician”), Cask Strength Bourbon, Straight Rye Whiskey (aka “The Artist”), Cask Strength Rye Whiskey, and American Gin (aka “The Naturalist”). For more information, visit www.stillaustin.com and follow Still Austin on Facebook at Facebook.com/StillATX, Twitter @StillATX and Instagram @StillATX.

Founding Story

Still Austin was founded in 2015 on the spirit of inclusivity and supporting the creative and arts communities. Still Austin’s distillery and tasting room is located at 440 East St. Elmo Road in the heart of Austin, Texas. Still Austin’s collection of spirits includes the flagship Straight Bourbon Whiskey (aka “The Musician”), Cask Strength Bourbon, Straight Rye Whiskey (aka “The Artist”), and American Gin (aka “The Naturalist”).

Products

Straight Bourbon Whiskey "The Musician"
Straight Bourbon Whiskey "The Musician" $55.00
Cask Strength Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Cask Strength Straight Bourbon Whiskey $80.00
American Gin “The Naturalist
American Gin “The Naturalist $44.00
Straight Rye Whiskey “The Artist”
Straight Rye Whiskey “The Artist” $50.00
Cask Strength Rye Whiskey
Cask Strength Rye Whiskey $65.00
High Rye Bourbon Whiskey
High Rye Bourbon Whiskey $79.99
Still Austin Blue Corn Bourbon Whiskey
Still Austin Blue Corn Bourbon Whiskey $79.99
Bottled in Bond Straight Rye Whiskey
Bottled in Bond Straight Rye Whiskey $79.99

Press

Herald Chronicle - May 01, 2024 Still Austin Whiskey Co. Takes Home Double Gold Medal at the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition "Still Austin Whiskey Co., the first true grain-to-glass distillery in Austin, Texas since the end of Prohibition, has won a Double Gold medal at the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC) for its Cask Strength Rye Whiskey. This marks all of Still Austin’s flagship expressions with the prestigious denotation. The Cask Strength Rye is bottled at 116 proof (58% ABV)."
The Manchester Times - May 01, 2024 Still Austin Whiskey Co. Takes Home Double Gold Medal at the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition "Still Austin Whiskey Co. won a Double Gold medal at the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition for its Cask Strength Rye Whiskey. This achievement adds to the company's existing collection of Double Gold medal-winning whiskies, including Straight Bourbon, Straight Rye, and Cask Strength Bourbon. The Cask Strength Rye Whiskey, bottled at 116 proof, offers a variety of flavors such as cherry cobbler, candied ginger, and lemon peels."
Bourbon & Banter - Jan 10, 2024 Still Austin Blue Corn Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon Review "The article is a review of the Still Austin Blue Corn Bottled-In-Bond Bourbon. The reviewer, Steve Coomes, notes the bourbon's lack of sweetness due to its 51% corn mash bill, which is 25% lower than most bourbons. He also highlights the product's high rye content (44%) and discusses its unique taste profile, including notes of cooked corn, rye, dried lemon peel, oak, eucalyptus, and more."

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