With cooler nights and changing leaves it’s clear Fall is in full effect. Celebrate with your new favorite cocktail. Rye Whiskey, Apple Cider, Maple Syrup & Ginger Beer is Fall AF.
2oz Stoll & Wolfe Rye Whiskey 1oz Apple Cider .75oz Lemon Juice .25oz Maple Syrup Ginger Beer Add Rye Whiskey, Cider, Maple Syrup & Juice to a shaker with ice. Shake until chilled. Strain over fresh ice into a collins glass. Top with Ginger Beer and stir. Garnish with lemon twist.
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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 scheduled at their convenience.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you…Today’s Philadelphia Magazine Whiskey Fest at Lincoln Financial Field is SOLD OUT. Heeded our early warning and grabbed a ticket? Good on you. We’ll see you at the show. Missed your chance and finding it difficult to go on? Never fear. Dick can often be found at the Distillery and Tasting Room in Lititz. Give us a call and or send us an email and we’ll let you know when.
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.
Big thank you to everyone who came out to support this year’s Lititz Beer Fest! With over 60 breweries and 3,500 attendees plus food, vendors & bands it takes an army of volunteers to make it happen. Very big thank you to everyone who donated time, energy and funding.
From their site, “The Lititz Craft Beer Fest is a charitable fundraiser event presented by the Lititz AMBUCS, a 501(c)(3) all-volunteer service organization, in partnership with WCAA. All proceeds from the event will be used by the AMBUCS for charitable purposes in support of their mission, which is providing independence and mobility for people with disabilities.” Click here to visit their site.
Our Distillery and Tasting Room is located in a renovated grain mill built in the mid 1850’s by Amos Bomberger. Located in historic Lititz, PA and surrounded by Lancaster County farmland, the mill’s location adjacent to now unused railroad tracks stands as a reminder of the large amounts of grain exported.
The mill changed hands several times operating as a bakery, feed store, and paint shop just to name a few.
During renovations we uncovered a small room under the Tasting Room with a ladder and a hoist. Seems like the mill used the space to store molasses before mixing into livestock feed. Since there was no refrigeration and locally we maintain a constant below ground temp of mid 50’s, it was an efficient way to keep the molasses cool and prolong spoilage.
Below is a blank receipt from the last owner of the mill, Elmer Eby. Very thankful to have purchased the receipt, returning it home and adding it to our collection.
Big Thank You to old friends & new who came out to Twisted Tail’s Whiskey Bonanza in Philadelphia. Over 160 whiskeys on hand representing distilleries around the globe and across Pennsylvania. Always a pleasure talking Whiskey past, present & future! Definitely an honor to be included in such esteemed company. If you missed this year’s event, keep an eye out for next year!
As proud sponsors of the 2018 Lititz Beer Fest we have 2 pairs of tickets to the sold out event. How do we make sure they end up in the right hands?? We created a challenge using what we know best. Test your whiskey smarts, prove you’re a fellow geek & enter to win.