Stone Barn Brandyworks

Biggs Jct. Apricot Liqueur Coming Soon!

We are just waiting for label approval from ALFD (Advertising, Labeling, and Formulation Division) from TTB (Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau) before we market our apricot taste of high summer in Oregon. ...

Making and Appreciating Bourbon!

Searching for the perfect gift for the bourbon-lover in your life? Portland’s own Stonebarn is excited to announce the next installment of its popular whiskey-making class series: Making and Appreciating Bourbon!Class in sessionCome spend the day with distiller Andy...

Strawberry Liqueur Available!

Our strawberry liqueur is made from fresh strawberries grown in the Willamette Valley from several Portland-area farms.  The variety of berries is called “Hood”, named for our nearby mountain, and notable also for the...

Our tasting room is open! We will be at the distillery on Saturdays and Sundays, 11-5. Please call 503-775-6747 before you come by to make sure we are not out on a fruit...

Finally three of our labels have been approved, (which was no mean feat!) and we are now a licensed Retail Sales Outlet, meaning we can sell product from our business location. We are now selling...

Pear Rosemary Twister1 1/2 ounces vodka1/2 ounce rosemary simple syrup1/2 ounce pear brandytwist of lemonShake over ice and pour into cocktail glass.(photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)...

Pinot Noir Grapes Inside the Still

This is a close-up of Pinot Noir grapes after a distillation of grappa. These raisin-like grapes, previously pressed for wine, but still containing lots of good alcohol, were rehydrated by us and cooked in...

Anatomy of the Still

The black handles enable us to control the time and intensity of the distillation by moving the plates on each porthole level up or down, to force the boiling distillate to puddle around the sides...

No matter how colorful the fruit, the distillate is always clear. A hydrometer measures the proof and percent of alcohol as it floats in the whiskey (in this case) emerging from the still....

The coffee liqueur is a blend of El Salvadoran coffee by the name of "Nombre de Dios", and a coffee from Yemen. The El Salvadoran is estate grown, the Yemeni will vary...