These new states include Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, Washington D.C., Indiana and others. Rebecca Creek Distillery’s spirits are currently available in Texas, Georgia, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
“It is our goal to make Rebecca Creek a household name, while retaining our commitment to craftsmanship,” says Steve Ison, founder and CEO of Rebecca Creek Distillery. “We are lining up our distribution partners and strategically investing our resources to focus on the future, ensure long-term growth, and expand our national footprint.”
In addition, Rebecca Creek Distillery has moved forward with plans to build a new, $7.5-million, 20,000-square-foot distillery that will more than quadruple its current production capability, producing 500,000 cases annually. Slated for completion in late 2018, the new distillery will be located in San Antonio and feature:
- The “Outlaw Country Gallery,” an art gallery and museum dedicated to the pioneers of the country music industry, complete with both traveling exhibits and permanent, original photographs from photographer Jim Marshall, including “Willie Nelson’s First Fourth of July Picnic, 1973”
- A scalable events center with stage and high-tech sound, lighting and acoustics systems for large indoor-outdoor concerts
- A recording studio to host and broadcast Rebecca Creek Radio musicians and to support up-and-coming Texas Country music talent
Rebecca Creek Distillery’s spirits lineup includes Rebecca Creek Fine Texas Whiskey, Texas Ranger Whiskey, Enchanted Rock Vodka, and Enchanted Rock Peach Vodka.
The company also recently partnered with the local NBA franchise, the San Antonio Spurs (pictured atop), for the 2017-18 NBA season. This partnership focuses on putting Rebecca Creek Distillery in front of fans via TV signage, and a “Hometown Highlights” digital campaign that will be viewable across Spurs social media platforms, app and website.