Distilleries in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
Find Your Spirit in Tualatin Valley
It’s been more than 80 years since the end of Prohibition, and Oregon has blossomed into a leader of craft beer, full-bodied wines and well-aged spirits. Oregon’s distilleries—and Tualatin Valley distilleries in particular—are earning well-deserved accolades and are introducing handcrafted spirits to a new generation.
In addition to making great spirits, our distilleries are finding new flavor profiles, such as fruit-flavored vodkas. Combining two of our favorite tastes—chocolate and spirits—Rose City Distilling (formerly Indio Spirits) paired up with local chocolatier, Moonstruck Chocolate Company to create a Marionberry vodka truffle.
McMenamin’s Cornelius Pass Roadhouse offers distillery and brewery tours at a former granary barn built in the 1850s. The distillery features at century-old, 160-gallon Alambic Charentais pot still and first released its White Owl Whiskey in 2011.
Drop Shop Distillery in Hillsboro focuses on small batch spirits including vodka, gin and cellos. Their flagship spirits are Limoncello, Orangecello, Limecello, pumpkin spice liqueur, Bailey’s gin and Friday wheat vodka.
Visit a tasting room or plan a distillery tour through the Tualatin Valley. Cheers!
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