Get your morning fix of delicious donuts, kolaches, and some of the most unique croissants in the area. From a boudin version to a local venison sausage, Ham and cheese, and regular hot sausage are available. There is also a wide assortment of frosted and colorful donuts that you won’t be able to resist. Open Tuesday thru Sunday 5AM to 10AM.
The newest distillery in Blanco County produces some of the finest Texas style Whiskey. Founded by Marsha Milam, Ben Milam Whiskey honors the Milam spirit of independence and action. In her words, “bourbon is defiant in the face of the world we live in today.” It is not bigger, better, or faster. It takes its time. It will not be rushed.
Ben Milam Single Barrel Bourbon is for the truly discerning whiskey drinker. Single Barrel Bourbon presents bourbon at it’s purest.
The 80 proof Rye is a beautiful amber-colored whiskey aged in new American white oak charred barrels. Made from at least 51% rye, the flavor contrasts bourbon in its spicy, dry finish.
Located on US Hwy 281 behind NAPA 830-833-3033 open Tues – Fri 10 AM to 5 PM Sat 12 to 5
Real Ale Brewery recently celebrated their 20th anniversary of brewing beers in the Texas Hill Country. The Real Ale Brewery, located just past the Town Square, is owned and operated by its original family owners, Brad Farbstein and his wife Gabriel Gregerman. The taproom offers free tours on Friday and Saturday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. In April 2017 the company launched Real Spirits to the public with Texas Hill Country Signature Whiskey, Grain to Glass Gin, and the highly limited first batch of Single Barrel Whiskey.
Located on San Saba St off US Hwy 281