Pennsylvania is not only known for producing award-winning brews and wines, but also expertly-crafted distilled spirits, many of which are made with the agriculture grown right here in the Keystone State. Explore one of these craft distilleries while enjoying scenic views of the Pennsylvania landscapes of which they’re made.
County Seat Spirits is a producer of fine spirits including their Sand Island Rum and Hidden Copper Bourbon. Based in Allentown, County Seat prides itself on being a true “grain to glass” distillery — one which performs the entire process from milling raw grains on site, mashing, fermenting, distilling and aging. County Seat’s tasting room is open Fridays starting at 4 PM and weekends starting at noon.
2 Eight Oaks Craft Distillers
Eight Oaks Craft Distillers is a veteran-owned, family-run, farm distillery located in the rolling country hills of Lehigh Valley. Eight Oaks grows all their grain on their own farm like wheat, corn, rye and barley and craft that grain into Vodka, Gin, Rye Whiskey and Bourbon. Eight Oaks also makes an Applejack from fresh local apples sourced from Scholl Orchards. Come try Eight Oaks products in their inviting and comfortable tasting room in New Tripoli. You can see the inner workings of the distillery in a behind the barrels tour, try a flight of our spirits, or choose a drink from our seasonal cocktail menu. Eight Oaks tasting room also offers live music every Saturday from 3-6pm. Stop in for a visit Thursday-Sunday.
Located in a former bank building in Bethlehem, Social Still is a distillery, bar and restaurant. With a full line of spirits (bourbon, gin, vodka, rye, rum) and full-service restaurant and bar, this Lehigh Valley distillery is already making inroads into Philadelphia bars and restaurants.