Rebecca Creek – Fine Texas Spirit Whiskey

By October 30, 2019 Cover Stories
Steve Ison

The Spirit of The Texas Hill Country in a Bottle

With Steve Ison’s vision and passion for high quality spirts, Rebecca Creek Distillery was born. Using a combination of old and new technology to produce some of the highest quality distilled spirits available in the ultra-premium category, Rebecca Creek Distillery has become one of the largest artisan spirit producers in the region. Their vodkas and whiskey are available in 13 states. This is just the beginning of Ison’s Rebecca Creek Distillery story.[/vc_column_text]

With two and a half acres in the Texas Hill Country, Steve Ison explains, “We mainly like to entertain folks. From Wednesday through Sunday, we have tours every hour, food trucks, live music Thursday through Sunday, and a dog park. We love to see locals and we welcome tourists from all over the country to come and experience Rebecca Creek Distillery.”

They also have a radio station called Rebecca Creek Radio. It streams on iHeart all over the world. “We stream a lot of our live concerts out here.” Ison continues, “We showcase a lot of the artists that we sponsor. It’s just a great way to connect with the community.”

Rebecca Creek Distillery started in 2011 and they are still growing strong today. “We are going to hit 75,000 cases this year and we are aiming for more in the years to come.” At Rebecca Creek Distillery, they make four brands. These include Enchanted Rock Vodka, Enchanted Rock Peach, Rebecca Creek Whiskey, and Texas Ranger Whiskey. Ison states, “We have four babies here and sales between the whiskey and vodka are about equal.”

Rebecca Creek Whiskey is actually made from Rebecca Creek. “Rebecca Creek flows right into this well into the distillery, so we use the water from the creek.” Ison elaborates, “That is where the name comes from and the 306 on the bottle comes from the Farm Road right up the street from us.”

A lot of people stop at River Creek Distillery on their way to Enchanted Rock; it is a great hiking place about 35 minutes away for locals and tourists from all over the country to visit. “Enchanted Rock is such a great, iconic name for Texas and the Hill Country.”

With fun and fascinating entertainment Wednesday through Sunday, Rebecca Creek Distillery is certainly a must-stop for those that enjoy life and the beauty of the Hill Country.

Ison states, “The most challenging part of the business is when you are a baby company with hardly any money, and you are trying to get your name out there while competing with million-dollar companies. We just have to persevere every day to get to be where we want to be.”

Smiling, Ison concludes that the most rewarding part of the business is when people send him pictures of the bottles from around the country citing New York, Miami, and Atlanta as some of the major cities. “It’s amazing. This makes it all worthwhile because one day, we will be a national brand.”

For More Information visit

RebeccaCreekDistillery.com

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The Spirit of The Texas Hill Country in a Bottle

With Steve Ison’s vision and passion for high quality spirts, Rebecca Creek Distillery was born. Using a combination of old and new technology to produce some of the highest quality distilled spirits available in the ultra-premium category, Rebecca Creek Distillery has become one of the largest artisan spirit producers in the region. Their vodkas and whiskey are available in 13 states. This is just the beginning of Ison’s Rebecca Creek Distillery story.

With two and a half acres in the Texas Hill Country, Steve Ison explains, “We mainly like to entertain folks. From Wednesday through Sunday, we have tours every hour, food trucks, live music Thursday through Sunday, and a dog park. We love to see locals and we welcome tourists from all over the country to come and experience Rebecca Creek Distillery.”

They also have a radio station called Rebecca Creek Radio. It streams on iHeart all over the world. “We stream a lot of our live concerts out here.” Ison continues, “We showcase a lot of the artists that we sponsor. It’s just a great way to connect with the community.”

Rebecca Creek Distillery started in 2011 and they are still growing strong today. “We are going to hit 75,000 cases this year and we are aiming for more in the years to come.” At Rebecca Creek Distillery, they make four brands. These include Enchanted Rock Vodka, Enchanted Rock Peach, Rebecca Creek Whiskey, and Texas Ranger Whiskey. Ison states, “We have four babies here and sales between the whiskey and vodka are about equal.”

Rebecca Creek Whiskey is actually made from Rebecca Creek. “Rebecca Creek flows right into this well into the distillery, so we use the water from the creek.” Ison elaborates, “That is where the name comes from and the 306 on the bottle comes from the Farm Road right up the street from us.”

A lot of people stop at River Creek Distillery on their way to Enchanted Rock; it is a great hiking place about 35 minutes away for locals and tourists from all over the country to visit. “Enchanted Rock is such a great, iconic name for Texas and the Hill Country.”

With fun and fascinating entertainment Wednesday through Sunday, Rebecca Creek Distillery is certainly a must-stop for those that enjoy life and the beauty of the Hill Country.

Ison states, “The most challenging part of the business is when you are a baby company with hardly any money, and you are trying to get your name out there while competing with million-dollar companies. We just have to persevere every day to get to be where we want to be.”

Smiling, Ison concludes that the most rewarding part of the business is when people send him pictures of the bottles from around the country citing New York, Miami, and Atlanta as some of the major cities. “It’s amazing. This makes it all worthwhile because one day, we will be a national brand.”

For More Information visit

RebeccaCreekDistillery.com

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