(Jackson, Wyo.) - Last week, the first distillery in Teton County officially opened its doors to the public. Jackson Hole Still Works, located off of Highway 89 and Elk Avenue, features a full distillery, a tasting room and the company offices. Jackson Hole Still Works' first product is Highwater Vodka, a 100 percent Wyoming grain-based vodka made with corn and oats. The distillery produced 1,600 bottles of the first batch, which is already is stores and restaurants around the county, and just bottled their second batch. *[image: Inline image 1]* *h/t Jackson Hole Still Works* "Almost all of the major restaurants (at least all of the ‘good ones’) have Highwater. Fine Dining Group has our product as does Snake River Grill and many others," said Chas Marsh, co-founder of Jackson Hole Still Works. "Most of the liquor stores have it as well." The company HQ features free tastes of the product as well as tours of the full distillery. "[At the distillery] we will be selling our Highwater Vodka by the bottle and case, along with some merchandise such as hats, t-shirts, copper mugs, cocktail shakers, engraved fly boxes, etc.," said Travis Goodman, the other co-founder of Jackson Hole Still Works. Marsh and Goodman are working hard to distill more vodka for restaurants and liquor stores locally as well as outside of Wyoming. "Bottled Wyoming is shipping Highwater out of state for those folks not fortunate enough to live in big beautiful Wyoming," said Marsh. Learn more about the history of Jackson Hole Still Works in Buckrail's previous article, "From grain to glass: Exclusive look at Jackson Hole Still Works, the first distillery in Teton County."
*Feature Photo: Chas Marsh and Travis Goodman, Founders of Jackson Hole
Still Works / Pitchengine Communities*