Update: Deep Eddy Vodka is not leaving Dripping Springs, spirits company officials say

Get an early taste of Deep Eddy Peach at the Dripping Springs distillery starting on Thursday, when you can try it in cocktails like the Peach Lemonade.

Deep Eddy Vodka, the producer of flavored spirits like this peach vodka, offers them in cocktails at the Dripping Springs tasting room.

UPDATE: Deep Eddy Vodka is not leaving its new production facility in Dripping Springs, although the company is looking for space for more production to keep up with rapid growth. An announcement from the City of Buda on Wednesday said the distillery planned to move to an almost 200,000-square-foot space on 15 acres in that city after an incentive package was passed by Buda City Council. Later Wednesday, Deep Eddy clarified what’s happening with the spirits company, including that the company is in negotiations for a possible spot in Buda but that no plans have been finalized.

The producer of flavored spirits was sold last year to Kentucky’s Heaven Hill Brands, one of the biggest players in the liquor industry, and has plans to continue its skyrocketing growth.

Deep Eddy also will keep its tasting room at the Dripping Springs facility for now, according to the company. The 5,000-square-foot tasting room is along U.S. 290 West, not far from where other distilleries and breweries, such as Treaty Oak Distilling and Jester King Brewery, are located.

For more information about the vodka maker, visit deepeddyvodka.com.

This post has been updated throughout.

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