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Texas Vodka Distillery Opened Its Upgraded, Much Larger Tasting Room

An Austin brewery might be in trouble, plus more news

The tasting room at Deep Eddy Vodka
The tasting room at Deep Eddy Vodka
Deep Eddy Vodka [Official]
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Vodka Tasting Room Updates
Austin distillery Deep Eddy Vodka opened its updated Dripping Springs space, which tripled its capacity from the original space, this past weekend. There’s a new cocktail bar found around a vodka still, performance stage, and another bar focusing on tasting flights facing the bottling line, among others. The new space is found in its former production space, which is now located out in Buda. The distillery is also working on adding a new flavor to its lineup.

Brewery Troubles
Celis Brewery might not be doing too well financially since it opened in 2017, according to beer trade publication. The publication reported that there’s an investment group looking to acquire the brewery or it might file for bankruptcy. Despite the rumors and the fact that several upper management members have left the company, the brewery taproom appears to remain open. Celis owner Christine Celis, who reopened what is considered Austin’s first craft brewery founded by her father Pierre Celis back in 1992, didn’t comment for the publication.

Celis Brewery

10001 Metric Boulevard, , TX 78758 (512) 524-2377 Visit Website

Deep Eddy Vodka Distillery

2250 U.S. 290, , TX 78620 (512) 994-3534 Visit Website