Fine Distilled Goods
Hand-Crafted in Houston, Texas
Passionate about the craft distilling movement, our team set out to raise the bar with a local distillery focused on creating the very best spirits. We marry tradition, honest ingredients and innovative distilling techniques to create spirits that remain true-to-form and never fail to delight. We’re still working on our location in the Greater Heights area of Houston, Texas.
We believe in being fully transparent in what goes in to our spirits. We will be an open book to consumers on every detail that goes into each and every bottle.
No pretense for us. We are what we seem. We plan to build the best grain to glass distillery in Texas, and regardless of how that journey goes, you won’t catch us pretending to be something we’re not.
We will not compromise on the quality of our spirits. We will maintain the highest standards throughout our operations; from utilizing the finest ingredients (locally sourced where possible), to ensuring a systematic approach to brewing, distilling, bottling, and aging.
We are proud to be from Houston. We believe in the Houston Strong spirit and seek to engage with our community in all that we do.
We will never grow complacent and will always explore new techniques to ensure we deliver the finest of spirits. Seeker is in our name for a reason!
Who we are as a company doesn’t matter unless people love our spirits. We will take our values and ensure our end product brings people together in common enjoyment of a great product.
Clean, simple, and 100% Texan, our vodka uses the latest in distilling technology.
Our Texas Vodka
London Dry Gin
A traditional London Dry Gin, perfect for a Gin & Tonic, Martini, or Negroni.
Our London Dry Gin
Our first seasonal gin, this light Spring Gin has subtle floral notes and is the perfect match for warming weather.
Our Spring Gin
A high quality, bourbon style whiskey. Alas, patience will be required as the whiskey ages to perfection!
Our Texas Bourbon
Meet Our Team
Founder - Growth, Development and Red Stapler Location Services
Sean found his way to Houston in 2011 and quickly made it home. He met the lovely Michelle here and has grown to love Houston. He says he’s a people person so we put him in charge of growth, development and locating errant staplers. The jury’s still out.
Founder - Operations, Process, and Resident Spirit Snob
Each of Andrew’s eyes are a different color. This means he shouldn’t be allowed in public, so we keep him in the back where he labors on process, operational awesomeness and constantly makes sure our products are of the highest quality.
Most Recent Content
Finding the Right Shell
Sometimes you have to start over...
Shaun Baker on May 18, 2019
So, by now, many are wondering why our products aren’t yet to market. Well in recent months, we’ve been working hard to get our business operational to support craft spirits in Houston. We’ve procured our equipment, designed our bottles, participated in training courses for recipe development, etc. All of this is needed, but it means nothing without a location to manufacture. Unfortunately, we’ve run into several obstacles in securing a location. A guiding principle of ours in transparency, so we’d like to share with you some of the struggles.
The Start of a Journey
Analise Thompson on August 8, 2018
Why gin? After growing up in the Northeast where the traditional drink was a Manhattan for my family, I moved south. Very south. Somehow someone gave me a Tom Collins on a hot summer day…it was refreshing, I almost forgot how much I was sweating. After a few iteration, I discovered the traditional Gin and Tonic. It was the beginning of a love affair.
Netflix and Spirit
From Somm to Starting a Distillery
Michelle Anger on July 15, 2018
I’m a very patient person. Sean reminds me of this often.
Our liquor cabinet is overflowing with a wide range of gin, vodka, and whiskey, from local varieties to international flair. We have a library of books at our house; a full shelf is dedicated to the history and science behind spirits. The kegerator lives in the mud room, and our garage houses an assortment of home brew supplies. This is all Sean’s doing – and I’m OK with it.