Cherry Cordial Release!




Stone Barn has a new product- Cherry Cordial, that is being labeled as we speak.  We marinated whole Bing cherries in our Cherry Brandy for over a year. The cherries infused a deep red into the brandy, and imparted a sweet, dry sharp flavor.  Easy to imagine as a special touch in a Manhattan, or to sip on its own after dinner. The batch is limited- next time we'll make more. Cherry Cordial is available for sampling and purchase in our tasting room.

Tasting at Gifford Florist Today, Tuesday April 14th!!!

If you are downtown this afternoon between 3 and 5 pm stop by Gifford's Flowers to taste some Stone Barn spirits amidst the scent of multiple flowers and bouquets.  Erika will be sampling our Straight Oat 100% American Whiskey, (a 2 year aged pure oat), our Quince Liqueur, and our Bartlett Pear Brandy.


Pomace Comes to Fruition

We now have our Eastside Ouzo- the reincarnation of pinot gris pomace distilled with anise and spearmint- and our Malbec Grappa- the distillation of glorious pomace from Seven Bridges Winery in Portland- both available in our tasting room for sampling and purchase.



Whiskey flights tonight at Holmans!!!!!!

Holman's Restaurant

Tonight at Holmans - Thursday, April 9th- from 7-9 pm, Erika will be on hand pouring complimentary Stone Barn whiskey flights, as well as Biggs Junction Apricot Liqueur tastes.  The bar will be serving Whiskey Sour samples made from Stone Barn spirits.  Stop by to say hello if you are thirsty for local liquor and because ......Thursday is the new Friday!

Limited seating RSVP 503-341-2227


THIS FRIDAY April 10 at 8 p.m.
Event is 21 and over 
3315 SE 19th, Suite B
Tickets $15.00
Over 21 only
or degens@stonebarnbrandyworks.com


From ancient monasteries in Armenia to festivals throughout Europe, Bet Williams and John Hodian have been creating and performing music together for over 20 years. With the globe trotting world music ensemble “Epiphany Project”, the alt-rock “Bet Williams Band”  and the Armenian "Naghash Ensemble" the music these two artists create is a vast quilt of influences and inspirations.
From Qawwali devotional songs to Appalachian Folk, acoustic blues and Tuvan throat singing, singer/songwriter Bet Williams uses her voice in an endless number of unusual ways. John Hodian’s piano playing features haunting melodies and intricate rhythms that reflect his Armenian roots and love for improvisation. Together their music is a blend of ancient and modern cultures but the earthy rhythms and chant-like melodies make it strangely familiar. This concert will be particularly special as they will be performing with their 11 year old son Jack, on drums and percussion.