Epic Western Cocktail Company Brings Ranch Water to South Point Arena & Equestrian Center

Ranch Water is a first-to-market, ready-to-drink, canned cocktail made with only the highest quality premium, 100 percent blue agave tequila from Jalisco, Mexico.

Ranch Water at South Point Arena

The South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa has partnered with Epic Western Cocktail Company to debut Epic Western’s “Ranch Water” cocktail-in-a-can to the South Point Arena & Equestrian Center

Ranch Water is a first-to-market, ready-to-drink, canned cocktail made with only the highest quality premium, 100 percent blue agave tequila from Jalisco, Mexico.

Epic Western Cocktail company was founded in 2019 in San Antonio, Texas, by three friends who were on a mission to find – in this case, create – the perfect Ranch Water cocktail. The three founders, Royce Itschner, Adam Love and Dub Sutherland, produced Epic Western Ranch Water with ingredients they found at home – quality 100 percent Blue Agave Tequila, sparkling mineral water, lime and sea salt. “Repeat after us — if Ranch Water is not made with 100 percent Blue Agave Tequila, then it’s 100 percent BS.”

At 10 percent ABV and no artificial ingredients, Ranch Water is the “Genuine Article” according to Epic Western CEO and co-founder Adam Love. He says it is a dream come true to work with South Point Arena and Equestrian Center.

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Love expresses his enthusiasm in a statement, “For a newly-emerging brand like Epic Western to partner with an established icon like South Point Arena” entering the Nevada market, it’s a western-lovers partnership, through and through. Both Epic Western and South Point Arena pride ourselves on authenticity, we collectively believe in products that are real-world, real-life.”

Ranch Water will be available for purchase by adults 21 years old and over at all South Point Arena & Equestrian Center bars, the Priefert Pavilion Budweiser Cocktail Pod, the Yeti Refreshment Zone, Cinch Saloon, pre-function Bud Bar, and the Tractor Supply Store.

South Point’s Arena & Equestrian Center, one of the largest and most refined event centers of its kind in the whole of the US, consists of a 4,600-seat main arena, the Priefert Pavilion with two competition arenas, the 40,000 square foot Farnam Arena, and 1,200 climate-controlled horse stalls. Offering what they call one of the most unique and versatile equestrian and events centers of its kind, the South Point Hotel and Spa is also home to non-equestrian events as well, having become a central event space in southern Nevada and the official hotel of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

“We are ecstatic to Partner with Epic Western,” says Steve Stallworth, general manager of the South Point Arena & Equestrian Center, in a statement, “Epic Western is the ideal brand to be served to those who attend our arena and equestrian center events.” Opened in 2006, South Point Arena & Equestrian Center is well known as the place where cowboys come to play. He continues, “Our brands beautifully collide with the common love for the western lifestyle.”

Plan on drinking “Ranch water” on your next night out at The South Point Arena & Equestrian.

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