Deep Eddy Vodka today announced its expansion with the purchase of a 194,000-square foot facility located just outside of Austin city limits in Buda, Texas.
The company will build a new distillery on site, adding production capacity to the current Deep Eddy Vodka distillery in Dripping Springs, Texas. The two facilities will operate together, enabling the company to keep up with rapidly growing demand and increase production capacity to more than 5 million cases per year.
“Deep Eddy Vodka continues to grow at a rapid pace throughout the country and we are on track to ship 1 million cases this year,” said John Scarborough, President of Deep Eddy Vodka, in a press release. “We are investing in additional infrastructure and capacity to ensure we can keep pace with our tremendous growth. Austin and the Central Texas region are the foundation of our brand, and this investment represents our commitment to keeping it that way.”
The current Distillery located in Dripping Springs will continue to produce Deep Eddy Vodka and the Tasting Room, located within the Dripping Springs facility, will continue to be the home of the Deep Eddy Vodka brand experience.
Heaven Hill acquired Deep Eddy Vodka in August of 2015.