When visiting a local distillery, you may hear about the rich history of creating whiskey and other spirits. Sure, history is important, but Timber Creek Distillery makes sure the flavor comes first. Check out local favorite Timber Creek Distillery for handcrafted spirits that are actually made in-house, unlike many other distilleries. You will not find any celebrities advertising these bottles as their own with a fake history, but instead spirits created from local ingredients and with a pristine quality for which the Emerald Coast is known. Here is why you should check out Timber Creek Distillery during your next visit to the area:

Award-Winning Spirits

Timber Creek Distillery puts flavor before everything else when creating their delicious spirits. In fact, Timber Creek Distillery brought home two awards during their initial opening; not a bad way to start a business! Timber Creek Distillery’s finest achievements include Florida’s Favorite Distillery and Best Domestic Vodka. Unique offerings you cannot find anywhere else include the Florida Apple Pie, an apple pie flavored rum, and Florida Coffee, a coffee flavored rum. Visitors can even come in and blend their own flavors for truly one-of-a-kind tastes.

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Tour the Distillery

There is no better way to enjoy fine craft spirits than by enjoying them where they are made. Timber Creek Distillery offers comprehensive tours that will take you behind the scenes of how craft spirits are made. Each batch is handmade and hand-bottled, making sure quality is always measured above quantity. Timber Creek Distillery has been building a brand-new facility down the street from their original location that is almost ready for its grand re-opening. Come see their new state-of-the-art facility hard at work making fine craft spirits.

Finding Timber Creek Distillery

For the best craft spirits in Florida, make your way to Timber Creek Distillery found at 6451 Lake Ella Road, Crestview, FL 32539. Their new state-of-the-art facility will be up and running shortly for comprehensive tours and tastings. You can find their craft spirits at many fine liquor retailers during your stay on the Emerald Coast. Feel free to call Timber Creek Distillery at 850-585-8843 with any questions.

Exciting Activities to Follow Up Your Distillery Tour

Whether you’re on the hunt for a savory moment or love to learn about the production process behind some of your favorite beverages, the Timber Creek Distillery is bound to offer up the best of it all. That being said, a trip this direction comes with the added benefit of keeping guests close to even more fun to be enjoyed! When you’re a traveler that longs to always be expanding their itinerary, a stop this direction comes with plenty of options to choose from. The following are just a few of the many around in this area!

Twin Hills Park

When a fresh-air moment would hit the spot after an engaging tour of Timber Creek Distillery, you don’t have to travel far to find yourself at scenic Twin Hills Park. This inviting locale is found at 100 Hathaway Street South in Crestview and features a fantastic lake where guests are often discovered feeding the ducks and geese that hang out on the water! In addition to the tranquil setting, Twin Hills Park is a great place for travelers of all ages to enjoy some friendly competition on the basketball courts. The park conveniently features a collection of picnic tables if you’re in the mood for an alfresco snack, as well as a splash pad for those that find themselves here in the dead of summer heat. Looking to keep up with that fitness routine even while traveling? Twin Hills Park has open-air fitness equipment available to use at will. Twin Hills Park is open from 8:00 am until 10:00 pm daily.

Baker Block Museum

Perhaps you’re the type of Florida traveler that likes to pair their flavorful moment with a touch of history too. If this is the case, then a trip to the nearby Baker Block Museum is well worth your time after a stop at the Timber Creek Distillery. Baker sits just 7 miles southeast of Crestview and Baker Block Museum is located at 1307 State Road 4. The museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm and is a fantastic and charming destination for those looking to learn more about local history and genealogy related to Okaloosa County. Inside the museum, visitors will find a wide variety of artifacts and documents related to the settlement of the Florida panhandle. Exhibits within the museum highlight everything from early industry and military installations to transportation through the region and natural resources that have allowed the area to thrive.

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