Distilleries in Washington

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As a college art student, Skip Tognetti fell in love with an old printing press, which he used to handcraft his own graduation announcements. At the critically acclaimed Letterpress Distilling, he now creates libations from locally sourced grains to make drinks that evoke the same handcrafted quality.

To make Letterpress's signature vodka, he distills Washington-grown wheat and two-row barley into smooth liquor that lingers with just a hint of vanilla. That vodka, in turn, is a primary ingredient in his limoncello, hailed by Clare Gordon of The Stranger as "the best limoncello I've ever tasted." Lemons and Washington blackberry honey contribute the spirit's remaining flavors, which pay homage to the limoncello that was a fixture of Skip's family dinners back in Rome.

85 S Atlantic St Ste 110
Seattle,
WA
US

Lifestyle Valet is built on the principles of luxury, quality, accessibility, and exceptional service. Founded in 2011, the valet, shuttle, and tour provider abides by these values during each of its excursions, whether the drivers are escorting passengers to the Seattle?Tacoma International Airport or a fine-dining establishment on the waterfront. The staffers also offer tours of top local breweries, wineries, and distilleries, proving that the Puget Sound region is home to more than Bill Gates, the man who discovered the first computer.

1500 Broadway
Tacoma,
WA
US

Not many distilleries would invite their customers to bring in their great-great-grandfather's moonshine recipe so they can try to reproduce it. But at Dry County Distillery, community, attention to detail, and something called "alcohol" are the not-so-secret ingredients that go into every bottle. Owned by the Johnston family, the small distillery focuses on quality instead of quantity while crafting small batches of vodka and gin. And that focus is paying off—Sip Northwest Magazine recently crowned their Black Rope Anise liqueur as "Best Herbal" in the region.

521 Delta Avenue
Marysville,
WA
US

With the help of their family, John and Dorie Belisle planted BelleWood Acres' initial orchard in 1996. Today, that orchard has grown to include more than 25,000 trees, creating one of the largest U-Pick operations in Western Washington. Against a backdrop of Mount Baker, the orchard buzzes year-round as families fill up bushels and baskets. Come fall, visitors scour the property for the perfect pumpkin to carve or replace them at jury duty. But fans of BelleWood Acres products don't necessarily have to visit the farm to stock up on its treats, since a lot of them are sold at local businesses around Oregon and Washington. Plus, BelleWood Acres boasts a new, 14,000 square foot building at the heart of its property, which includes a farm market, gift shop, bistro, and bakery.

6140 Guide Meridian Rd.
Lynden,
WA
US

132 N Canal St
Seattle,
WA
US

Lifestyle Valet is built on the principles of luxury, quality, accessibility, and exceptional service. Founded in 2011, the valet, shuttle, and tour provider abides by these values during each of its excursions, whether the drivers are escorting passengers to the Seattle?Tacoma International Airport or a fine-dining establishment on the waterfront. The staffers also offer tours of top local breweries, wineries, and distilleries, proving that the Puget Sound region is home to more than Bill Gates, the man who discovered the first computer.

398 South 9th Street
Tacoma,
WA
US