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Straight Bourbon Whiskey: The Musician
Good whiskey can do so much. It builds friendships, it makes quiet moments special, and it improves the view from literally any porch. Hell, it even makes music sound better. We started Still Austin Whiskey Co. because we’re crazy about this stuff, and we saw an opportunity to create our own kind of distillery. Through a combination of careful attention to detail and good old-fashioned Texas luck, we’ve managed to bottle the inclusive spirit of our home city.Take Me to the Whiskey!
American Gin: The Naturalist
“The Naturalist” continues our tradition of hand-distilling in small batches, using 100% Texas-grown grains: Brasetto rye and non-GMO white corn. The spice of the rye provides a perfect counterpoint to the sweetness of the corn. Each 100-gallon batch is distilled using our smaller pot still, known as “The Queen,” and we’ve infused the spirit with a lush combination of 12 botanicals, including coriander, elderflower, Jamaican allspice, two types of cinnamon and three types of citrus.Take Me to the Gin!
Happy Father’s Day! Here at Still Austin, we consider every aspect of our work to be a creative endeavor—and that philosophy leads right to the top. Brandon Joldersma is our COO, and he approaches the job of running the distillery in the way that a great artist might run an atelier. Born and raised in Holland, Michigan, Brandon worked his way up through the ranks of the beverage industry—working in both wine and cider before turning to whiskey. As Still Austin’s Chief Operating Officer, Brandon has built the distillery into one of the most successful whiskey startups in the history of Texas, with plans to expand nationwide. In the spring of 2020, Brandon and his wife Mae welcomed their first baby, and they’re loving life in Central Texas….