October 5th, 2019
3pm – 7pm
Tickets: $125.00 | Table of 8: $1000
8210 Paluxy Hwy | Tolar, Texas 76476
Heavy hors d’oeuvres served by Ketzlers, Farina’s Winery & Cafe, Randy’s Bar & Grill, Del Norte Tacos
3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Tours of the distillery
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Music by Darwin Martin Jazz Trio
After the event stay for more fun as the distillery opens to the public at 7:00 PM and the live music continues until late in the evening.
Preserve Granbury invites you to help us raise funds to help keep the history of Hood County alive by being a sponsor for our 2019 fundraising party at Sledge Distillery. The area has a long history of moonshiners, with our county to the south being the unofficial capitol of moonshining in Texas during prohibition. Hood County has a tale of a sheriff who couldn’t carry a gun after being convicted of stealing a cow, so his wife carried it for him. He took the cow because someone owed him for moonshine he sold them. The stealing offense had a lesser penalty than moonshining. Sledge Distillery has history too, with the family recipe perfected by Dub Sledge during WWII.
During the 2017 fundraiser, Preserve Granbury, over 380 guests enjoyed the event while raising funds for historic preservation projects and supporting the arts in Hood County. This year we expect to fill the 35 tables quickly, seating 280 people. This year we are moving the event to an afternoon to sunset affair, giving us the chance to see the sunset with a panoramic view. The event will be held Saturday, October 5th, 3 p.m. to 7 pm, and the distillery will remain open till 10 pm for those who want to linger.
Moonshine at Sunset benefits Preserve Granbury, a 501c3 organization.
If you are coming to Moonshine at Sunset or having company for the weekend, Visit Granbury has put together a great list of places to stay after the event or while visiting Granbury.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
About Preserve Granbury
Preserve Granbury preserves and promotes the historic integrity of our community. Preserve Granbury has gone through an evolution over the last year and have refocused our goals on helping support the integrity of the architectural history of the community. We are currently building our board membership to advance our goals and are building our general membership too, to help us with projects. We are focusing on supporting history education in the school, advocating the preservation of the structures that mark milestones in growth of the community, helping the maintenance of the public historic structures, and developing a sustainable organization that can continue to work for the community.