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‘Still Life’ La Barbecue Leann Mueller & Alison Clem

Published July 29, 2021

In this episode of “Still Life”, la Barbecue owners LeAnn Mueller and her wife, Alison Clem, describe how Texas barbecue is as much about finding good quality meats as it is an exercise in family legacies and holding on to memories….

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‘Still Life’ Growler Domestics Jordan Goetz

Published July 29, 2021

In this episode of “Still Life”, Jordan Goetz of Growler Domestics explains how he makes furniture by hand to “feed that creative spark.” In the meticulous process of building a dining table or a cabinet from raw materials, Jordan finds peace….

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The Musician Wins Coveted “Double Gold” award at San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Published May 4, 2021

Last week, the Musician won one of the most highly respected spirit awards on Planet Earth….

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KXAN Features Still Austin in Story on Repealing Texas Blue Laws

Published April 14, 2021

We’ve been getting a lot of attention recently for our work to fight blue laws, including this story from KXAN. Still Austin has been helping to lead the charge against outdated so-called “Blue Laws” in the state of Texas. These laws prevent many Texas businesses (including liquor stores and distilleries) from operating on Sunday. A…

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The People Must Have Their Whiskey!

Published April 24, 2020

We’ve been working with the Texas Whiskey Association to enact a temporary change in Texas’s direct shipping law for distilled spirits, due to the coronavirus situation. This change would allow you to shop online for distilled spirits and have them shipped directly to your doorstep. With that said, we are still 100% committed to supporting…

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So Fresh and So Clean, Clean

Published April 14, 2020

Over the next few months, our distillery will produce more than 100,000 gallons of hand sanitizer. Yes, gallons. For those of you scoring at home, that’s nearly 12 million ounces of hand sanitizer—or roughly a soda can’s worth for every person in Austin. Through a partnership with the City of Austin and Travis County COVID-19…

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