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The Elk Store Winery & Distillery traces its lineage to a Prohibition-era Central Texas moonshiner. Owner Todd Smajstrla named his spot on Fredericksburg’s Main Street after the old general store in Elk, just northeast of Waco, where his great-grandfather, John Cyril Smajstrla, made clandestine moonshine.
As we creep into spooky season, and haunted houses and general scary-ment are in full swing, it’s time for us to reflect on all the real hauntings that have happened across our vast state.
When visiting the San Antonio Museum of Art, you may notice architectural details that hearken back to a buzzy period in the city’s history.
One way to hide out from summer’s heat is to duck into a speakeasy for a cool and relaxing cocktail.
Beer isn’t all that’s rolling off the production line at the Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner these days.
When January rolls around, many people participate in the monthlong sabbatical from alcohol known as Dry or Sober January.