What Do Stoll & Wolfe Master Distiller and Food Network Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine have in common? Both men are appearing in Philadelphia on October 25th for Philadelphia Magazine’s Whiskey Festival.
Join Stoll & Wolfe for Philadelphia Magazine’s Whiskey Festival at Lincoln Financial Field Thursday October 25th. Stoll & Wolfe Master Distiller Dick Stoll will be on hand from 5-7pm to sign bottles and talk Pennsylvania Whiskey Past, Present & Future.
We’ll be pouring Stoll & Wolfe Bourbon and Rye Blend, Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey, and Single Barrel Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey.
Click here for the list of 250+ spirits at this year’s event and here to purchase tickets. VIP Tickets are already sold out with General Admission expected to sell out soon.
Learn about 250+ years of local whiskey making tradition with Stoll & Wolfe’s very own Jim Wolfe.
Discover more about the people, places and products behind our local whiskey history and find out why the National Register of Historic Places recognizes our area as the birthplace of the American Whiskey Industry.
Have a historical item (bottle, book, photo, etc.) you’d like to share? Stop on by. Admission is Free.
To celebrate our upcoming 1 Year Anniversary – we’re announcing the impending start of our Stoll & Wolfe Single Barrel Series featuring both Bourbon & Rye Whiskeys released at varying proof, including Cask Strength releases.
Selected from our aging stock by legendary PA Master Distiller Dick Stoll, each barrel conveys distinctive aromas & flavors with every bottling offering a unique expression, untamed by blending and uncompromising in individual character.
Bottles will debut on Tasting Room Shelves on or around November 1st. Pricing tbd based on proof and total bottles per barrel.
Thank you to MainLineToday.com for the Stoll & Wolfe mention in their September 2018 Article Where to Stay, Eat and Explore in Lancaster County.
“This Fall ditch your preconceived notions of Lancaster County. For an upscale experience, the area has plenty to offer. From First Class Accommodations and Dining to a rich slate of recreational activities and culture.
While Lancaster County still offers scenic, family owned farms and honors the rich agricultural traditions of our past, there’s also many new options to explore including restaurants, craft beverage producers (whiskey, beer, wine & mead), museums, galleries, and much more.”
Click here to read the rest of the article and learn more about their recommendations for your next visit.