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.
Thank you to Distiller Magazine and David Furer for visiting Stoll & Wolfe last September for Dick Stoll's return to distilling Rosen Rye Whiskey in Pennsylvania. The project, made possible by Laura Fields Seed Spark Campaign and Greg Roth with Penn State's Agriculture Department is the result of years of their dedication and hard work.… Continue reading Dick Stoll and Return to Rosen Rye in Distiller Magazine
Production Tours and Guided Whiskey Tastings at Stoll and Wolfe Experience 250 years of local whiskey making traditions as we demystify the process of transforming grain into whiskey. We'll discuss the equipment, techniques and science behind the journey of grain to your glass. Tours are offered most Saturdays and begin at 2pm. Tours cost $15,… Continue reading Distillery Tours and Tastings
The countdown begins as we fill our first PA Rye Whiskey barrels with whiskey distilled in Lancaster County, PA. Don't worry, there's still plenty of delicious Rye Whiskey we distilled prior to opening to help pass the time. Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey Barrel Number 1. To become American Straight Rye Whiskey we need at least 2… Continue reading Barreling PA Rye Whiskey
If you're a fan of American History, American Whiskey or a bit of both, visit Stoll & Wolfe at the upcoming Whiskey Rebellion Festival in Washington, PA.
Honored to announce Stoll and Wolfe Blend of Straight Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys scored 93 "Excellent, Highly Recommended" at the recent 2019 Ultimate Spirits Competition in New York. The whiskey received additional honors as a Top 3 Finish in Category earning a Finalist Award. A Blend of 80% Bourbon and 20% Rye our Blend of… Continue reading Stoll and Wolfe Bourbon and Rye Whiskey Scores 93 at Ultimate Spirits Competition
"It’s under a two-hour drive from Philadelphia, but Lancaster County may as well be a world away. Drive carefully—it won't be long before you come upon an Amish horse and buggy, making you feel as if you've been transported back to a simpler time. Of course, it’s not all country cooking and shoo fly pie;… Continue reading Conde Nast Traveler features Stoll and Wolfe in “3 Best Day Trips from Philadelphia.
Santa gets lots of milk & cookies. Want to help save Christmas? Place some Stoll & Wolfe under the tree this Holiday Season. Need some help trying to decide exactly which bottle to gift? Visit our Holiday Buying Guide to help find the perfect gift for all the adults on your list both naughty and… Continue reading Help Save Christmas
Pre Prohibition Grain Ledger from Historic Bomberger's Distillery. Photo by Jordan Bush from December 2018 Issue of Lancaster County Magazine "Whether or not you’re a whiskey drinker, it’s difficult to imagine Lancaster’s countryside filled with rye fields and dotted with distilleries. Such a scenario existed during the 18th and early 19th centuries. According to an article… Continue reading Lancaster Pennsylvania Whiskey Past, Present and Future
Busy with Thanksgiving prep (and life) with no time to grab a bottle to grace your Thanksgiving table? Never fear. With expanded Tasting Room Hours, locations across the Keystone State, and an old fashioned can do attitude - you're sure to score a bottle to make your table a little brighter. Tasting Room Hours for… Continue reading Thanksgiving Week Tasting Room Hours
What's Your "Favorite" and or "Best" Whiskey? And the Question We Wish We Were Asked More Often.We often are asked, "What's the Best Whiskey" and or "What's Your Favorite?" Best whiskey is fairly straightforward but usually not the answer they're hoping to receive. In our opinion the best whiskey is the one you enjoy most. Everyone… Continue reading Best Whiskey?
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… Continue reading Kindred Spirits Talk