Stoll and Wolfe Distillery featured in Conde Nast Traveler’s recent article, “4 Best Day Trips from Philadelphia.”
Always an honor to help represent our Lititz and Lancaster County, PA. Thank you to Conde Nast Traveler for featuring Stoll and Wolfe as a Lancaster County Destination. Visit us to Taste our Bourbon and Rye Whiskeys, Learn More About our Process and Experience 250 Years of Local Pennsylvania Whiskey Tradition.
It’s less than two hours by car 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 in time. Of course, it’s not all country cooking and shoo fly pie; the towns of Lancaster, Leola, and Lititz are buzzing with energy—and bars and restaurants, too.
-NANCY DEPALMA, CONDE NAST TRAVELER
Just off Lititz’s main street, Stoll & Wolfe Distillery is proudly reviving the art of whiskey making in Pennsylvania. Stoll, an octogenarian, trained at Jim Beam in a now-shuttered nearby distillery, and Wolfe is the brains and engine behind the business, with youthful ambition and energy. Together, they’re making waves in the spirits world; and despite their small-town origins, they’ve been named one of the top three rye whiskeys in the U.S. The tasting room, where you can sample the tipples that have earned them recognition, has an inviting ambience, with dark walls and exposed brick. If you’re lucky you’ll get to chat with one of the owner
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.
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 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!