Thompson’s Station, TN

Located in the charming and picturesque town of Thompson’s Station (just outside of Franklin or 45 minutes from downtown Nashville), we craft our spirits in the same building local farmers used to house grains before loading them on the railroad for sale generations ago.
With a production area, bottle / retail shop, and bar with portfolio tastings and a signature cocktail menu, you can spend some time with your best of company.

Gather Around indoors or outside on the porch.
Please note that only service animals are allowed indoors.
Reservations are not required.

Visit Us
1557 Thompson’s Station Rd W, Thompson’s Station, TN 37179

Call Us
(615) 478-2191

Monday 12:00 – 7:00 pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 12:00 – 7:00 pm
Friday 12:00 – 8:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 – 8:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 – 7:00 pm

Our production still located in Thompson's Station, Tennessee

Our History in Thompson’s Station

Every story has chapters. The story of H Clark Distillery started with a challenge to go do something that few Tennesseans had ever done, which was to start a distillery. We wouldn’t trade those first chapters for anything.

In 2009, Tennessee was home to only three distilleries. In a state famous for its whiskey, that number seems like an injustice. One of our founders, Heath Clark, felt the same way and took it upon himself to do something about it. He wrote and championed Senate Bill 1955 – the law that changed the legislation keeping the cork on Tennessee’s creativity. Now, craft spirits can flow freely in our state. And to that, we raise a glass.

In August of 2014, H Clark Distillery became the first legal distillery in Williamson County in over 100 years. H Clark Distillery officially became Company Distilling in 2020. The next chapter is equally as exciting as Heath Clark and his team in Thompson’s Station join forces with other ambitious Tennesseans to do something else unprecedented. Joining Clark in the venture are Jeff Arnett, former Jack Daniels Master Distiller, and Kris Tatum, former President of the Tennessee Distillers Guild and co-owner of Old Forge Distillery.

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