Go from Grain to Glass at Stoll and Wolfe Distillery

  • Go from Grain to Glass at Stoll and Wolfe Distillery

    Enjoy Customized Craft Cocktail and Catering Menus

     
    FROM THE Fall 2018 ISSUE
     

At Stoll and Wolfe Distillery in Lititz, event guests can take private tours of the facility and enjoy customized craft cocktail and catering menus in the 1,500-square-foot tasting room. On the hour-long tour, guests learn about grain to glass production and have the opportunity to taste three different spirits. A single tour group can accommodate up to 50 guests. 

“People like seeing the methods of production and then getting to try the product,” says co-owner Avianna Wolfe. 

Wolfe and her husband Erik own the facility along with master distiller Dick Stoll. Before delving into the world of distilling, Wolfe owned her own catering business in New York City. She used her experience to create both a regular snack menu of meat and cheese plates, paninis, olives, nuts and pickles for the tasting room and customized F&B menus for private events. 

The tasting room, which functions as the distillery’s main event space, can be reserved for private events of up to 70 guests. The space has accommodated a variety of events in the eight months it has been open, including private dinners, corporate team-building meetings, rehearsal dinners and birthday parties. The distillery’s outdoor patio can also function as private event space when the weather permits. 

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