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
Category: Lancaster County
Fermenting Apple Brandy
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
Barreling PA Rye Whiskey
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
Dick Stoll Distills Rosen Rye
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
Mashing 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
Conde Nast Traveler features Stoll and Wolfe in “3 Best Day Trips from Philadelphia.
"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.
Lancaster Pennsylvania Whiskey Past, Present and Future
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
Holiday Events & Gifts by Stoll & Wolfe
HOLIDAY EVENTS LARGE TO SMALL Room Rental for Private Parties, Tours & Tastings, and Cocktail Classes. Employee & Client Gifts. Looking for gift options? We offer Gift Cards in any amount. Custom Packaging Featuring our Bottle with Your Logo. Private Barrel Selection. We also offer Gift Experiences for Private Tours, Whiskey Tastings or Cocktail Classes… Continue reading Holiday Events & Gifts by Stoll & Wolfe
Kindred Spirits Talk
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
Main Line Today
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… Continue reading Main Line Today
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