Thankful for a successful harvest of growing Keystone Rosen Rye on the Kline Farm. With average rainfall down and higher average temperatures we harvested less than last year. With heritage grain we often trade lower yield for more flavor.
With this year's Rosen Rye harvested, milled and soon-to-be-distilled, we turned our attention to next year's crop. Why are we planting with colder temperatures coming soon? Rye is planted in the Fall, spends Winter in the field, starts growing again in Spring, and is finally harvested near the end of Summer. https://videopress.com/v/Bw8pzcRp?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&playsinline=true&preloadContent=metadata The long growing… Continue reading Planting Next Year’s Rosen Rye
Limited Edition Signed Prints by Jordan Bush Photography Rosen Rye Whiskey at Stoll & Wolfe Distillery VISIT JORDAN BUSH PHOTOGRAPHY TO LEARN MORE AND PURCHASE From Jordan: "Fine art prints of the first Rosen Rye distillation in decades, photographed at Stoll and Wolfe Distillery in Lititz, PA are now available. Created for a gallery titled… Continue reading Limited Edition Signed Prints
Thank you to Amanda Schuster for including Stoll and Wolfe in her recent "All About Rye" for Alcoholprofessor. Honored to be mentioned among such amazing company. It's an exciting time to be a producer of Craft Whiskey; reviving nearly extinct traditions while exploring the possibilities of the future. Here's an excerpt: Stoll & Wolfe is… Continue reading All About Rye
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… Continue reading A Little Help from our Friends
Still cooking away at Stoll and Wolfe distilling Bourbon using the same recipe and process Dick Stoll learned from his mentor Charles E. Beam.
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
First batch of Stoll & Wolfe Apple Brandy fermenting away using 8 varieties of apples grown on a family farm less than 2 miles from our distillery. It’s also the first Apple Brandy (legally) fermented in Lancaster County since Prohibition. https://videopress.com/v/UROjfAg5?preloadContent=metadata A swig of Applejack a day will keep the doctor away” was more apt… Continue reading Fermenting Apple Brandy
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
Column still churning away as Dick Stoll distills Rosen Rye for 1st time in 50 years at Stoll and Wolfe Distillery. Learn more about the journey from 5ozs of seed to 500lbs of grain here. https://youtu.be/KdKOt7fmsmo Dick Stoll distills Rosen Rye Whiskey for first time in 50 years at Stoll and Wolfe. Thank you to… Continue reading Dick Stoll Distills Rosen Rye
Dick Stoll's First Rosen Rye Mash in 50 Years At 9am this morning Dick Stoll opened the steam valve heating Rosen Rye mash for the first time in 50 years. Thank you to everyone who came out to witness the occasion. Now the mash is cooked and cooled, yeast is pitched and fermentation is bubbling… Continue reading Mashing Rosen Rye