Distilleries

  1. Aria Portland Dry Gin

    Aria Portland Dry Gin

    (Portland, OR)

    Since 2012, Martin Ryan Distilling Company has focused exclusively on distilling Aria Portland Dry Gin—a classic London Dry gin handmade using traditional ingredients and distillation. The result is familiar, yet new—a full bodied, aromatic gin with depth, complexity, and balance. Aria Gin has earned numerous gold medals and praise from local and national press. Everything used to make Aria Gin is verified fair-trade, sustainably grown, and GMO-free. In under five years Martin Ryan established itself as one of Oregon’s premier distilleries. Aria is one of Oregon’s best selling high-end premium gins and one of the fastest growing craft spirits brands in Oregon’s history.

  2. Buffalo Trace

    Buffalo Trace

    (Franklin County, KY)

    For over 200 years, Buffalo Trace Distillery has been defined by a dedication to one craft: making fine bourbon whiskey. By honoring tradition and embracing change, Buffalo Trace Distillery has earned its place of leadership among the legendary spirits makers of the world.

  3. Bulleit

    Bulleit

    (Louisville, KY)

    In 1987, Thomas E. Bulleit, Jr., fulfilled a lifelong dream of reviving an old family bourbon recipe by starting the Bulleit Distilling Company. Inspired by his great-great-grandfather Augustus Bulleit, who made a high-rye whiskey between 1830-1860, Tom left a successful law practice and risked everything to experience life on the frontier. To this day, Bulleit™ Bourbon is distilled and aged in the Bulleit family tradition. High rye content gives it a bold, spicy character with a distinctively smooth, clean finish. Kentucky limestone-filtered water provides a foundation for the bourbon’s character, while charred American oak barrels lend a smoky backbone. Our aging philosophy is simple: we wait until our bourbon is ready.

  4. Don Julio

    Don Julio

    (Mexico)

    Don Julio is the result of one man’s pursuit to craft the perfect tequila. Over 60 years after the opening of La Primavera distillery, the recipe has been mastered, but the passion remains. Every bottle of tequila that bears the Don Julio label measures up to a standard established by the pillars of quality, authenticity and heritage. Handcrafted in the highlands of Mexico’s Jalisco region, made from the highest quality blue agave, and born from tradition — Don Julio is the “real” tequila that every person should experience.

  5. Fernet-Branca

    Fernet-Branca

    (Italy)

    The discovery of Fernet-Branca is an adventurous journey amidst flavors and emotions; A unique experience that is bound to establish a new and intense relationship that will last for a lifetime. Intensely bitter since its inception in 1845, Fernet-Branca has been produced according to the original recipe that has been handed down from generation to generation. Made from 27 different herbs, roots and spices from 4 different continents, the motto of Fernet-Branca is Novare Serbando, which means to innovate while preserving tradition.

  6. Freeland Spirits

    Freeland Spirits

    (Portland, OR)

    Freeland Spirits crafts premium small batch gin and whiskey in Portland, Oregon. Named after Meemaw Freeland, who never touched a drop of booze but taught founder, Jill Kuehler, that all good things come from scratch. Freeland Spirits celebrates the women of the craft, from the gals who grow the grain to those who run the still, we create superior spirits that celebrate all the Northwest has to offer. A traditional copper pot still brings 14 dried botanicals to life while a state of the art vacuum still cajoles delicate flavors of fresh cucumber, rosemary, mint and thyme. Bourbon finishes in Willamette Valley Pinot Noir barrels while Oregon grown Rye is distilled and laid to rest to perfection in barrels onsite. One of few women owned and operated distilleries in history, Jill Kuehler founded Freeland Spirits with a passion to produce high quality spirits from ingredients supporting local agriculture. Master Distiller, Molly Troupe, studied biochemistry before earning a Masters Degree in Distillation and Brewing from Heriot Watt in Scotland. Molly commands perfection with every spirit she orchestrates. Local rancher Cory Carmen grows the grain in Wallowa Valley Oregon, carefully rotating her crops and seeking out new varieties.

  7. George Dickel Tennessee Whiskey

    George Dickel Tennessee Whiskey

    (Tennessee)

    In 1870, George A. Dickel distilled his first bottle of Tennessee Whisky in Cascade Hollow using the fresh water from Cascade Springs and some special and unique techniques to produce his premium whisky. Today, George Dickel Tennessee Whisky is still handcrafted with the same quality and attention to detail that ensures that each drop of George Dickel is as remarkable now as it was when the first batch was made.

  8. Hendrick’s Gin

    Hendrick’s Gin

    (New York, NY)

    Curiously smooth with superb balance of botanicals, Hendrick’s is sublimely clean and dry, yet the marvelous complexity of the nose comes through in the taste. Take note of the citrus and juniper with a subtle, supernaturally pleasurable lingering finish of cool refreshing cucumber and rose. Handmade in tiny batches, our tender approach is what makes Hendrick’s so divine. As many a gin drinker has been known to say, no other gin tastes like Hendrick’s because no other gin is made like Hendrick’s.

  9. High West Distillery

    High West Distillery

    (Park City, Utah)

    High West’s passion is crafting delicious and distinctive whiskeys with the flavor of the American West. Stop by the High West Whiskey Train as the #HighWestWhiskeyRun tour makes its way across the U.S. with a one-of-a-kind experience that you have to see to believe. Sample award-winning blends and custom cocktails at the copper bar, relax on the deck or in the lounge and commemorate your experience at the Yippee Ki-Yay photo booth.

  10. Johnnie Walker

    Johnnie Walker

    (Scotland)

    Nearly 200 years ago, a farm boy named John Walker began a journey – selling blended whisky from a small grocery store in Kilmarnock. Two centuries later, Johnnie Walker is not only the world’s best-selling Scotch whisky, found in nearly 200 countries, but also an international symbol of progress.

  11. Ketel One Botanical

    Ketel One Botanical

    (Netherlands)

    Introducing new Ketel One Botanical, vodka distilled with real botanicals and infused with natural fruit essences. Like you, we care about what’s in the bottle, so we use real ingredients – with no sugar, no artificial sweeteners and no artificial flavors. We invite you to pick your Botanical and add soda for a deliciously fresh taste experience with only 73 calories and 0 carbs per serving.

  12. Ransom Spirits

    Ransom Spirits

    (Sheridan, OR)

    An organic farm, artisan wine company, vermouth house and alembic distillery, Ransom juxtaposes many of the finest old world craft beverage traditions with creative innovation. Founded in 1997 by Tad Seestedt with a fistful of credit cards and a dream of self-sufficiency, the name RANSOM was chosen to represent the debt incurred to start a small business, as well as the promise of freedom once the debt was paid. Nowadays our distillery continues to make our unique gins, malt + grain focused whiskies, and small amounts of brandy.

  13. Reyka Vodka

    Reyka Vodka

    (Borgarnes, Iceland)

    Iceland’s only distillery – and where we hand craft Reyka – can be found in Borgarnes, a small village steeped in Viking history and lore. There we hand craft Reyka in small batches, filter it through ancient lava rocks, and add the purest Icelandic spring water. The result is a crisp, clean vodka with a smooth finish. Winner of the 2011 Vodka Trophy at the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC), the judges called it, ‘Beautifully textured and perfectly balanced. Long finish with cleanest of clean farewells.

  14. Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

    Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

    (Caribbean)

    A straight up, no nonsense, old-school rum. Bold, spiced and smooth, with hints of vanilla and cinnamon. Blended by uniting rums handpicked from Caribbean distillers whose work our blenders have known for generations. It’s high proof because that’s how sailors drank it back in the day. The 92 proof spirit holds the flavor without overpowering it. From the start, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum was intended to be an enduring classic — as it’s as versatile as a classic ought to be.

  15. Smirnoff

    Smirnoff

    (USA)

    The Smirnoff brand was founded in 1864 by Piotr Arseneevich (P.A.) Smirnov and before long, he became one of the most famous vodka makers in Russia. In 1886, he even received the Tsar’s special designation as a Purveyor of the Imperial Court, which is a fancy way of saying Official Vodka-Maker of Tsar Type People. This was based both on the fact that his vodkas were delicious and that Tsars tend to like to make things official. When the Bolsheviks took over, the distilleries were shut down and P.A.’s son Vladimir was chased out of town with pitchforks and also dinner forks, since the whole thing happened suddenly and not everyone had a pitchfork with them. Vladimir Smirnov was able to flee to Constantinople and then eventually settle in France where he sold vodka under the name “Smirnoff.” Now safely disguised by a new name and a slightly offensive fake French accent, Vladimir revived the brand.

  16. Straightaway Cocktails

    Straightaway Cocktails

    (Portland, OR)

    Straightaway believes that a good cocktail should never be out of reach. After years of “bootlegging” for friends, brand builder Cy Cain and drinks expert Casey Richwine co-founded Straightaway in December 2018 to allow more people to enjoy a perfectly balanced cocktail with the ease of opening a bottle. Made and sourced using the best grade ingredients, each Straightaway cocktail is thoughtfully built, honoring tradition and timeless recipes while adding a unique spin on the classics. Visit their distillery tasting room at 901 SE Hawthorne Boulevard in Portland, Oregon.

  17. Tito’s Handmade Vodka

    Tito’s Handmade Vodka

    (Austin, TX)

    Tito’s Handmade Vodka is America’s Original Craft Vodka. In 1997, Bert “Tito”Beveridge, now a 50-something geophysicist, obtained the first legal permit to distill in Texas and created Tito’s Handmade Vodka. Tito’s distills its corn-based vodka using old-fashioned pot stills and the vodka is naturally Gluten-Free. Tito’s Handmade Vodka is distilled and  bottled by Fifth Generation Inc. in Austin, Texas, and is available in Liter, 1.75L, 750ml, 375ml, 200ml and 50ml sizes.

  18. Townshend’s Distillery

    Townshend’s Distillery

    (Portland, OR)

    Townshend’s Distillery, inspired by the Old World connection to herbal liqueurs and rooted with the pioneering attitude of the Pacific Northwest, produces botanical spirits ranging from gin to herbaceous amari. Their ambition is to bring a new perspective to classic distilled spirits by embracing the forefront of a new American Tradition.

  19. Westward American Single Malt Whiskey

    Westward American Single Malt Whiskey

    (Portland, OR)

    Westward American Single Malt Whiskey is a grain-to-glass celebration of the American pioneer spirit. Made from scratch from Pacific Northwest two-row barley, fermented with American ale yeast for outstanding flavor, double pot distilled for exceptional character, matured in new American oak barrels, and never chill filtered, Westward brings together the very best of the American whiskey and craft beer traditions.

  20. Wheatley Vodka

    Wheatley Vodka

    (Frankfort, KY)

    Wheatley Vodka is made at Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky by Master Distiller Harlen Wheatley. Crafted in small-batches using a one of a kind micro-still, Harlen’s unique wheat recipe is distilled a total of 10 times, triple-filtered and bottled at 82 proof, creating a delicate and balanced profile. This is a vodka that is made to be tasted for what it is, while being able to stand up in a cocktail. Pure and crisp on the nose, with a clean taste and hints of soft vanilla, Wheatley Vodka delivers the kind of exceptional quality and taste you would expect from the world’s most award-winning distillery.

  21. Wild Roots Spirits

    Wild Roots Spirits

    (Portland, OR)

    Wild Roots produces a line of all-natural, non-GMO and gluten-free spirits that strive to embody the true essence of the Pacific Northwest. Currently offering eight fruit-infused vodkas (Raspberry, Marionberry, Apple & Cinnamon, Pear, Dark Sweet Cherry, Cranberry, Huckleberry, Peach), two non-infused base spirits (Vodka and Gin) and a Cucumber & Grapefruit infused Gin. Wild Roots pays tribute to and celebrates the Pacific Northwest and its rich soil, pure water, and exceptional climate by delivering an authentic, all-natural, and delicious product. Each bottle of Wild Roots fruit infused vodka starts with a six-times filtered corn-based vodka and over a pound of all-natural fruit.