Thankful for Texas Ranger Whiskey
It’s that time of the year again…holiday season. The special time of year when we all gather ‘round family and friends to give thanks, and share a delicious feast. What are you most thankful for this year? Is it the upcoming turkey dinner? Are you thankful for the Astros winning the World Series?
Here at Rebecca Creek, we are feeling very grateful. A lot of things happened this year and we still have more things brewing. Recently, we began distributing our spirits in Missouri, we made a goal to distribute in 20-plus U.S. states by the end of 2018, and we’re building a new distillery to increase our production capability. It’s an exciting time for the distillery, but at the end of the day, it comes down to the craft of our spirits like Texas Ranger Whiskey.
Named after the men who were called by Stephen F. Austin (known as the Father of Texas) to protect the frontier in 1823: the Texas Rangers. Only the toughest, roughest and bravest served in this position. The legend and mystique of these men inspired us to make Texas Ranger Whiskey. There are still Texas Rangers today who help keep our state safe. We salute them for their service, cheers to you!
Now if you’re looking for smooth whiskey drinking, this is for you. It has notes of vanilla, toasted nuts and caramel – enjoyable with a single cube of ice, by itself or in a Family Tradition. This blend of whiskey is matured in #4 char American oak barrels until it’s ready to be bottled. When you drink Texas Ranger Whiskey, raise your glass to family, friends and Texas Rangers.
Family Tradition Recipe
For a light refreshing pre-Thanksgiving-dinner cocktail, bring this to the table.
2.0 oz Texas Ranger Whiskey
2.0 oz Ginger ale
1.0 oz Sweet ‘n’ Sour mix
0.5 oz Triple sec
To make: combine ingredients in a cocktail glass full of ice, mix, enjoy.
Rebecca Creek Distillery is one of the largest artisan spirits producers in the region with vodkas and whiskeys available in over seven states with more on the way. Whether you have Texas Ranger Whiskey neat, on the rocks or in a cocktail, it’s truly Texas in a glass. Learn about the production of our spirits by taking a free tour at the Rebecca Creek Distillery this weekend!