Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM; Tours on the hour between 10AM-4PM
Saturday 12PM-5PM; Tours on the hour 12PM-4PM
Sunday 12PM-4PM; Tours on the hour 12PM-3PM
Tours are complimentary
Tastings are $10
H Clark Distillery is creating hand-crafted spirits one small batch at a time. With a passion for quality and craft integrity, they take the finest grains and ingredients and transform them into the ultimate spirits experience. Focusing on quality over quantity, H Clark Distillery creations include Tennessee Bourbon, Black & Tan Whiskey, Tennessee Dry Gin, and New Whiskey.
Creating quality spirits is H Clark Distillery’s passion. From start to finish, their spirits are created with a watchful eye, through all stages of the process. The nature of being a small batch distillery enables H Clark Distillery to passionately hone in on the ingredients, as well as each and every step of the process. They are able to patiently hand inspect the grains and botanicals they use, ensuring only the finest enter the mash bill of their spirits.
When you sip H Clark Distillery’s fine spirits, you will immediately notice the difference in their micro-batch spirits. H Clark Distillery handcrafts their spirits using a small copper pot still over an open fire. Their still is designed to maximize the flavor of their spirits, not output. After being distilled and hand-bottled at the distillery, H Clark creations come to you carrying the pride, passion, and patience they put forth to create them.
H Clark Distillery crafts 100% of their spirits in the old town Granary in the charming and picturesque town of Thompson’s Station, Tennessee, found in southern Williamson County. In August of 2014, H Clark Distillery became the first legal distillery in Williamson County in over 100 years, and they craft their spirits in the same building local farmers used to house grains before loading them on the railroad for sale generations ago. So it’s only fitting that a distillery is now located in the same old building, using grains to create high quality spirits to share with those in Williamson County and beyond. If you’re in the area, stop by and visit as H Clark Distillery rebuilds a once-proud spirits tradition in Williamson County.