Grand Teton Distillery began operations in late 2011 in Driggs, Idaho and currently produces multiple Gold medal winning vodkas. In addition to our vodkas, the Distillery also produces Double Gold medal winning Colter’s Run Bourbon, Catamount Whiskey, Gamekeeper Whiskey and malt whiskies.
Grand Teton Vodka is made from Idaho potatoes and pure glacier water from the Tetons. The vodka is distilled the equivalent of 20 times in small batches with every step carefully monitored. It is then freeze filtered six times through charcoal and garnet crystal to provide you the cleanest, softest and highest quality spirit possible.
Grand Teton Distillery prides itself in using local and regional ingredients, natural fruit and sustainable energy practices in creating our spirits. For us today’s snow, is tomorrow’s spirits.
Tours are available daily by appointment. Click here for tour information.
We are in Driggs, Idaho; on the west side of the Tetons, across Teton Pass from Jackson Hole right on Highway 33. Highway 33 is part of the Yellowstone-Teton Scenic Loop; one of the 10 most scenic drives in the West, according to National Geographic.
Teton Valley Idaho is a high valley at 6500 feet elevation and starts in the foothills and in the shadow of the Grand Teton. The Valley is ringed with three mountain ranges; to the east are the Tetons, to the south is the Snake River Range and to the west are the Big Hole Mountains. The west gate of Yellowstone National Park is one hour north.
In winter our mountains get 500 to 800 inches of snow and that snow melt provides an abundance of clear and pure mountain water. To the west and south are thousands of acres of famous Idaho potatoes. It is only natural to marry the Valley’s two most abundant local raw materials to make a premium vodka.
In summer there are activities like hiking, horseback riding, fishing for cutthroat or rainbow trout, hunting, rafting the Snake River, ATV and mountain biking along mountain trails, visiting Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, and watching for a variety of wildlife, including bears, moose, elk, wolves, eagles, hawks, mountain blue birds,and even condors. In winter there is downhill skiing at Grand Targhee, cross country skiing, ice skating, sledding, and visiting Yellowstone in winter.
Over 4 million tourists visit the region every year. Visit us soon on your next trip to Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Park or Jackson Hole.