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, local ingredients and innovative distilling techniques to create spirits that remain true-to-form and never fail to delight. It's been a long journey but we're proud to call Houston home. We invite you to book a tour and come visit our location in North Houston to learn more.
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.
What Makes Fox & Seeker
Most Recent Content
By: Sean Anger on April 21, 2021
Flavorless, Colorless, Odorless, Oh My!
I was wrong.
By the old definition in the Federal Government’s “Standards of Identity” for distilled spirits, Vodka has to be flavorless, colorless, and odorless. Last year, the TTB rescinded that requirement – now I know why. If you would have asked me a year ago about Vodka, I would ignorantly tell you “all Vodka is the same – similar, at best”. I have friends who will hold me accountable if I try to claim otherwise!
By: Sean Anger on April 1, 2021
It’s so early, your head is in a fog.
At 2:15AM, it seems to take more energy to turn off the alarm than to roll out of bed. Once I force myself to wash my hands and pop in my contacts, the cobwebs start to clear. The pursuit takes over. It’s vodka day. I’ll be at the distillery until 8:30PM.
How Many Times is Vodka Distilled
If you’re expecting an answer like: “Distilled six times for exceptional quality and a smooth finish”, you won’t find it here...
By: Sean Anger on December 27, 2020
FAQ: How Many Times is Fox & Seeker Vodka Distilled?
If you’re expecting an answer like: “Distilled six times for exceptional quality and a smooth finish”, you won’t find it here.
That tag line took me exactly 24 seconds to come up with - I timed it. While it makes for great marketing, the technical basis for the claim is weak. In fact, there’s no way I - or any other distiller - can prove how many distillation cycles our product(s) actually go through.
To get to the root of this marketing spin, let’s first start with the question: what is a distillation cycle? Most consumers believe the tag line above represents the number of times a batch is run through a still. The more times distilled, the more pure the vodka must be, right?
By: Sean Anger on May 25, 2020
Remember that negative gin experience you had in college? Put that aside for a minute; I wouldn’t want these next few paragraphs to be clouded by a time when you thought Natural Light was a great beer.
Bright, Crisp, Lemon, Pine, Floral.
That’s sommelier-style speak for a London Dry Gin. That’s right, no “new garden hose” or “fresh rubber tire” aromas, here.