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**GIVEAWAY TIME** Win a Texas-shaped waffle maker and eat your way through Texas, y’all! You can make these delicious waffles at home and top them off with Republic Whiskey Syrup! To enter: 1. Tag a friend in the comments. 2. Both you and the tagged friend must follow our Instagram page. 3. Drink some whiskey and cross your fingers! To make the Texas-shaped waffle set up: Syrup 1 tablespoon Butter 3/4 cups Maple Syrup 1/3 cup Bourbon Pinch of Salt In small saucepan melt butter on low. Add maple syrup and stir to combine. Slowly add in the bourbon to taste. Add a pinch of salt, stir and serve warm! Waffle Recipe We used the below waffle recipe from the New York Times! https://nyti.ms/2PIidkT

GIVEAWAY!! Republic Whiskey and Dripping Springs Vodka are giving away a tubing trip for four and a surprise goody bag! Enter to win a tubing trip with friends on the Comal river in New Braunfels! To be eligible you must follow all three steps. You may enter as many times as you would like! 1) Follow @drippingspringsvodka on Instagram. 2) Follow @republicwhiskey on Instagram. 3) Comment below and tag a friend. Stay tuned for winner!

We love the Broken Spoke, and the Broken Spoke loves us! Whenever you're there, ask for the Honkey Tonk Happy Meal - one shot of Republic Whiskey and a Lonestar !

Did you know that the water we use in Republic Whiskey comes from Hill Country rainwater harvested at our distillery?! Using rainwater means less water is diverted from the municipal water system, and more water stays in the aquifers to be used in rivers and lakes to sustain fish, birds, and other wildlife. Cheers to that on this Earth Day! #Rainwater #EarthDay #RepublicWhiskey

Did you know that women were largely behind the creation and evolution of whiskey? As far back as the 4th century, we see written stories of Mary the Prophetess, who created the alembic still, which is still used in some parts of Europe for making brandy or whiskey. By the late 1700's women were distilling at home. And in 1881, Catherine Spears Frye Carpenter created the first sour mash recipe –the basis of most bourbon. The history of whiskey is full of influential women! We salute women on this International Women's Day! #HappyInternationalWomensDay

Try the Texas Amore this Valentine's Day! Texas Amore 2 oz Republic Whiskey 1 oz Martine Honeysuckle Liqueur 1 oz Lemon Juice ½ oz Malbec Shake Whiskey, Martine, and lemon juice with ice. Strain into glass over fresh ice. Pour Malbec over spoon to layer.