Thank you to our friends at St. Boniface Brewery for dropping everything to help make a batch of surface sanitizer. Thankful to do our small part in these difficult times for our community. Even more thankful for all the first responders, medical staff and anyone else putting personal safety at risk to help those in need. We look forward to raising a glass with you in better times ahead. Until then, stay safe everyone!
Thankful to be deemed essential during these difficult times. Order online and Pickup Curbside at our Tasting Room in Lititz, PA.
Free Delivery on Orders over $150 within 15 miles radius of the distillery. Click Here to Find Out More or Place Your Order.
Online Ordering Info
How It Works:
2. Pre Purchase Your Bottle(s) by 10pm for Next Day Pickup Wed – Sat from 3-7pm.
3. Receive an Email Confirmation & Instructions for Arranging Curbside Pickup.
4. Arrive at Selected Pickup Time.
5. Wait Inside Car. Call 717-799-4499 to Confirm Arrival. We Bring Bottles to You.
6. Show Valid ID.
7. Receive Bottles for Home Enjoyment.
8. Can’t Make it to The Tasting Room? We Deliver for Orders over $150
Q: Why Can’t I Come Inside the Tasting Room
A: The State of PA closed all bars and restaurants with exception of Takeout Orders. As a courtesy to our guests and to limit potential exposure we’re offering Curbside Pickup Only at our Tasting Room.
Q: Why Do I Have to Order in Advance?
A: Advanced ordering enables efficient scheduling of guest pickup times ensuring guest & staff safety is maximized.
Q: How Long Will You Remain Open?
A: We’re continually assessing the situation based on information as it becomes available.
Any additional questions or concerns please contact us at 717-799-4499 or info@email@example.com
Honored to announce UnCommon Grain, an upcoming photo exhibit at The American Whiskey Convention. Photographed by Jordan Bush, the exhibit features photographs of Dick Stoll’s first distillation of Rosen Rye in nearly five decades.
Learn more about Dick Stoll’s Return of Rosen Rye.
From Jordan Bush: “I am thrilled to announce “Uncommon Grain” at the American Whiskey Convention this April. The exhibit documents Stoll & Wolfe Whiskey distilling Rosen Rye, a grain brought back to life made possible by many hands to make a rare type of Pennsylvania rye whiskey not seen in decades. Distillation was photographed over two days using black and white Kodak 35mm film.”
A limited number of photographs and prints from the exhibit will be available for sale at American Whiskey Convention and Stoll & Wolfe Distillery Tasting Room.
To view the exhibit, get American Whiskey Convention tickets here.
Jordan Bush is a Lancaster County based Photographer and Writer. The current author of Lancaster County Magazine’s Foodographer column, Jordan’s journey to capture compelling images spans five continents and a diverse range of subjects from professional sports to man made and ecological disasters, as well as current and past Presidents and VPs.