1. Aria Portland Dry Gin

    Aria Portland Dry Gin

    (Portland, OR)

    Launched in 2012, Martin Ryan Distilling Company distills Aria Portland Dry Gin on the corner of NW 23rd and Savier in Portland, Oregon. Aria Gin is a classic British inspired gin made with traditional English ingredients and London Dry distillation techniques. Full bodied and aromatic, Aria is handmade and batch distilled for depth, complexity and balance. Juniper leads the way, while bright citrus, delicate floral highlights are balanced by darker earthy undertones and warming spice notes. Aria has earned numerous gold medals and praise from the national press. Aria is consistently one of Oregon’s best selling craft gins.

  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. Bull Run Distillery

    Bull Run Distillery

    (Portland, OR)

    Bull Run Distillery = whiskey. Committed to creating a whiskey created with local barley, they have been filling barrels with their signature Oregon Single Malt since 2011. Visit the tasting room, located in the Slabtown neighborhood of Northwest Portland, to experience more spirits including their unique barrel finishing and merchant bottling selections.

  4. 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.

  5. Clear Creek Distillery

    Clear Creek Distillery

    (Portland, OR)

    Clear Creek Distillery is a genuine artisan distillery, making world-class spirits from the best agricultural resources in the Pacific Northwest. Since 1985 they have married traditional European brandy-making techniques with the finest fruit from their own Oregon orchards to produce pot distilled fruit eaux de vie, grappas, and wine brandy.

  6. Flooded Fox Den Distillery

    Flooded Fox Den Distillery

    (Portland, OR)

    Flooded Fox Den Distillery spirits are produced in Forest Grove, Oregon, using a small, single batch process that allows the flavor and quality of each bottle to be precisely controlled. We only use the finest natural ingredients, and shun artificial flavorings or coloring. Each bottle is numbered by hand, because we are extremely proud of what we do. While our spirits are top shelf quality we harked back to a time when we couldn’t afford fine spirits and want more to people to enjoy fine, craft made spirits.

  7. 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.

  8. House Spirits Distillery

    House Spirits Distillery

    (Portland, OR)

    Founded in 2004 by Christian Krogstad, House Spirits Distillery is a leader of America’s craft distilling resurgence and serves the anchor of Portland, Oregon’s famed Distillery Row.  The company’s award-winning products are made exclusively in-house and are crafted in small batches with an intense and passionate pursuit of perfection using ethically sourced ingredients. The product portfolio includes several pioneering brands including Westward American Single Malt Whiskey, Krogstad Aquavit, Volstead Vodka, and the soon-to-be-released Casa Magdalena Rum.  Since the opening of its new, expanded distillery in 2015, which increased capacity sixfold, House Spirits is both the largest distilling operation in the Pacific Northwest and the largest craft distiller on the West Coast by capacity and volume. House Spirits is also the only distiller in the world to have opened an airport tasting room, which welcomes guests at Portland International Airport seven days a week for brand immersions and tastings.  House Spirits Distillery is independently operated and co-owned by NFL legend Joe Montana and CEO Thomas Mooney, the co-founder and inaugural president of the American Craft Spirits Association.  For more information, visit www.housespirits.com.

  9. Ransom Wine Co. & Distillery

    Ransom Wine Co. & Distillery

    (Sheridan, OR)

    Who is Ransom? 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. Today, Ransom continues to flourish independently without outside investors, producing 15,000 cases annually between the winery and the distillery.

  10. 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.

  11. Thomas & Sons Distillery

    Thomas & Sons Distillery

    (Portland, OR)

    The sister company to Townshend’s Tea Company and Brew Dr. Kombucha, they’re bringing a whole new dimension to the craft distilling scene – featuring spirits distilled entirely from tea and blended with whole herbs and botanicals. Offerings range from herbaceous gin and génépi to smoky lapsang liqueurs to Portland’s first fernet, designed to embody the flavors of our very own Pacific Northwest. Each of the products is wholly unique from each other, meaning everything they make is useful in a bartender’s arsenal, or increasingly sentimental in a homebar. These folks are long-time spirit geeks who aim to expand the world of both tea and botanical spirits.

  12. Torres Brandy

    Torres Brandy

    (Woodinville, WA)

    The roots of the Torres spirits date back to 1929, when Juan Torres Casals made a smooth and aromatic brandy with a selection of the best white wines.

  13. Troika Spirits

    Troika Spirits

    (Portland, OR)

    Troika Spirits was founded as an extension of Kachka’s Soviet food revolution. Kachka Horseradish Vodka is produced locally on Portland’s Distillery Row, and available at liquor stores throughout Oregon. Kachka’s version of the traditional Russian horseradish-infused spirit,  Хреновуха, has always been a guest favorite, made from a recipe achieved by much trial and error — and a chance tip gleaned from a waiter in Leningrad. Each batch is handmade with whole locally grown horseradish root from Vibrant Valley Farm, and a drop of Oregon’s Bee Local honey. Raise a glass as a Belarusian babushka would do: clink, drink, eat, repeat!