Prohibition Creamery New Hours, Mezcal Vanilla Ice Cream & Mimosa Sundays

Prohibition Creamery has new hours and is now open until midnight Tuesday through Sunday!

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Friday – Sunday: 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Happy Hour Tuesday – Friday: 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Closed on Monday
New Flavor: Mezcal Vanilla Ice Cream
Prohibition Creamery is also introducing Mezcal Vanilla, a new ice cream flavor which combines El Silencio Espadín mezcal with sweet vanilla bean flecks for a delicious, frozen boozy treat with a smokey finish. 
“I was really drawn to the smokiness of the El Silencio Espadín and knew that I wanted to create a new vanilla experience that no one has tried before,” comments Laura Aidan of her inspiration for creating Mezcal Vanilla ice cream. 
Please see below for a photo of the Mezcal Vanilla.
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Mimosa Sundays
On Sundays, Prohibition Creamery is serving $5 mimosas until 5 p.m., perfect for pairing with ice cream and sorbet! #MimosaSunday

Prohibition Creamery Opens Tuesday, July 19

Photography courtesy of William Jackson.

Prohibition Creamery (1407 E. 7TH Street), an artisanal and all-natural alcoholic ice cream shop that combines two favorite indulgences – alcohol and ice cream – into handcrafted ice creams with attitude, is pleased to announce it opens today July 19 in Austin, Texas. To further elevate the experience, Prohibition Creamery also serves craft cocktails, wine and beer.

Founded by Laura Aidan, Prohibition Creamery’s artisanal and all-natural ice creams are created entirely from scratch in-house, by hand, utilizing old-fashioned methods to maximize deliciousness. It is a labor-intensive process, but allows control of the source and quality of each ingredient, enabling Laura to get really creative with flavors!

1407 E. 7th Street

Austin, Texas 78702


Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Thursday – Saturday: 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.

Happy Hour Tuesday – Friday: 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. 

Closed on Monday

Prohibition Creamery offers boozy and classic ice creams, sorbets, shakes and floats, plus a few surprises. Imagine your favorite liquor turned into delicious frozen treats, with boozy flavors like Whiskey Chocolate, Tiramisu, Sangria Sorbet and Pineapple Tequila Sorbet. Non-boozy ice cream flavors include Salted Caramel, Peach, PB&J, and Ginger Caramel Brown Sugar to name a few. Flavors will change frequently and according to what’s in season. Prohibition Creamery will always feature vegan, dairy-free, and classic (non-boozy) options as well.

In addition to ice creams and sorbets, Prohibition Creamery also offers guests the option to top their ice creams with house-made toppings such as Bourbon Whipped Cream and exotic caramel sauces. Alcoholic pour-overs include espresso liqueur, hazelnut liqueur, amaretto and orange liqueur.

Milkshakes are also on the menu, including Candy Bar, Chocolate, Salted Caramel and a boozy Triple Bourbon Milkshake. For guests who are craving something a bit more decadent, a Connoisseur Sundae is featured on the menu: Salted Caramel ice cream, Tiramisu ice cream and Whiskey Chocolate ice cream topped with house-made whipped cream and chocolate sauce.

Daily and weekly specials are shared online at or via Twitter @boozyicecream, #prohibitioncreamery and #boozyicecream. A secret boozy flavor of the month will always be featured, revealed via a secret “Easter egg” on

Prohibition Creamery features a menu of curated craft cocktails that have been carefully selected to pair with each of Prohibition Creamery’s ice cream flavors. Inspired by classic cocktails, the menu includes a Vanilla Bean Daiquiri, Tamarind Whiskey Sour, Japanese Cocktail, French 77 1⁄2 and more.

In addition to cocktails, Prohibition Creamery’s bar program also includes a thoughtful wine list that pairs with the ice creams and sorbets and a beer list that emphasizes local breweries including Adelbert’s and Austin Beerworks. For a caffeinated beverage option, Black and Blue Nitro Cold Brew Coffee from Austin’s Cuvée Coffee is offered on tap.

Prohibition Creamery is located at the intersection of East 7th and Navasota Street. The 1,400 square foot bungalow features ample seating indoors and on the outdoor front and back patios. Designed by Forge Craft Architecture + Design and constructed by green builder AR Lucas Construction, Prohibition Creamery features original 1920s hardwood floors, hand-milled dark walnut wood bar fronts, custom brass countertops and brass accents throughout.

Forge Craft Architecture + Design have redesigned the space to create a fun atmosphere utilizing the large front and back patios, a full bar, a separate seating room and an on-site kitchen where all of Prohibition Creamery’s ice creams and toppings will be made in-house. The separate seating room area can be reserved for private events, as well as the entire bungalow.

About Laura Aidan, founder of Prohibition Creamery

Laura was introduced to ice cream making in her kitchen in Austin, Texas where she was inspired by the nostalgia of her childhood years spent baking with her mom. Perhaps due to her background in science and technology Laura was excited by the chemistry and technical complexities of ice cream making. She attended Penn State University’s renowned ice cream program in order to learn everything she could about how to make the best possible frozen treats. Laura spent the last several years crafting dozens of amazing recipes and perfecting the process of infusing spirits into ice cream.

InFluential Magazine and Jameson Irish Whiskey Present An Evening of Surprises

Recently, InFluential Magazine collaborated with Jameson Irish Whiskey to host InFluential Presents The House of Jameson. The special soiree unfolded at the luxurious Brass House in vibrant downtown Austin, where the city’s most influential experienced a memorable evening filled with surprises, finely organized by BA Snyder of Veritas Group Austin.

Jameson Irish Whiskey was the star of the evening, offering exquisite whiskey tastings along with fascinating details highlighting their array of spirits. An original cocktail, the InFluential Manhattan (a twist on the traditional Manhattan) greeted guests upon their arrival. Serenading the lively guests in the modern, cosmopolitan setting was the spectacular Courtney Santana whose selections of jazz and modern standards perfectly complemented the evening.

Prohibition Creamery

Prohibition Creamery

Laurence Cobblestone, Community Manager for Jameson Irish Whiskey, led guests through an exclusive educational tasting of Jameson’s three most popular spirits including Jameson Black Barrel. Accompanying the variety of drinks was a specially selected menu of appetizers and ice cream from Laura Aidan, owner of Prohibition Creamery, made fresh from gluten-free ingredients and Jameson Irish Whiskey of course.

Marlene Jorge points a mural.

Marlene Jorge paints a mural.

Nationally-acclaimed artist Marlene Jorge was on hand to paint a custom mural to be given away to a fortunate guest during the evening. For those who needed a beautification touch-up, Karissa Burns from Wet Canvas Nail & Beauty Bar provided complimentary Mini Manicures. The table was abuzz with guests flocking to be pampered!

Jewelry designer Jamie Batiste wins the lovely mural.

Jewelry designer Jamie Batiste wins the lovely mural.

Throughout the delightful evening, custom gifts from Denise Bell Skin Care, Piranha Killer Sushi, Lake Travis Zip Line Adventures and Wet Canvas Nail & Beauty Bar were presented to guests. As the evening concluded, everyone received a gift bag filled with wonderful prizes exclusively chosen and presented by InFluential Magazine. The event proved once again that an evening filled with surprises is the best kind of evening for InFluentials in Austin.

Thank you to all of our special guests and sponsors who made the evening a great success.