Our cousins Wes, Eric and Craig Kline are hard at work planting 5 acres of Keystone Rosen Rye for next year's harvest. With 4x the acreage planted there's more Rosen Rye Whiskey in the future. https://youtu.be/hNaTvc3TSOQ Learn more about Keystone Rosen Rye and the Kline Farm.
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.
As fans of History, Distilling, and Rosen Rye; Stoll and Wolfe's very own Jim and Erik Wolfe were more than a little excited to join Head Miller and Distiller Steve Bashore and his dedicated team at the historic Mt. Vernon Distillery to help distill their inaugural batch of Rosen Rye Whiskey. Who goes on vacation… Continue reading Distilling Rosen Rye at George Washington’s Distillery
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
When Laura Fields asked me to meet her at the Stoll and Wolfe Distillery in tiny Lititz, Pa., two years ago, we weren’t there for the booze. We were there for the grain.
Thank you to Jenn Ladd and the Philadelphia Inquirer for their recent article on the history of Rosen Rye Whiskey in Pennsylvania. Before there were Philly cheesesteaks, there was Pennsylvania rye. In the 19th century, the strong, spicy whiskey developed a reputation that stretched coast to coast, as synonymous with the Keystone State as Kentucky… Continue reading Rosen Rye Article in Philadelphia Inquirer
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
Very honored to lay down more barrels of Rosen Rye Whiskey. Why Rosen Rye? Dick Stoll used Rosen Rye during his time as Master Distiller at Historic Pennsylvania Michter’s. Ending a 50yr hiatus, we filled a 30 gallon barrel in 2019. This year we have two 53 gallon barrels and know Dick would be proud… Continue reading Distilling Rosen Rye
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.
30yrs ago today Dick Stoll locked the doors to the historic Pennsylvania Michters Distillery for the last time in history. Today, a new chapter begins. We’re releasing 60 bottles of White Rosen Rye Whiskey available via lottery. Winners announced 2/29. Please visit our site for more info, pricing & entry form. https://www.stollandwolfe.com/rosen Want to learn more… Continue reading Rosen Rye Release
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
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