Distilleries in Martha Lake


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  • Sodo Spirits
    Shochu, a calorically-light grain alcohol popular for hundreds of years in Japan, isn't very well known in the states. Sodo Spirits Distillery aims to change that. The distillery ferments Shochu in small batches, the way it was done in Japan back in the 1600s, with one small exception—Sodo handcrafts their version of "Japanese Moonshine" from local ingredients. Distillers combine pearled Barley from Washington's eastern fields with Koji fungus—the key traditional ingredient—to create the alcohol's signature flavor. Then, they dress up the mixture with field grown herbs and spices, such as fresh spearmint and fresh ginger. With a clear color and smooth finish, it makes an ideal mixer in fruity drinks or the ideal filling for the Hemingway Society's office water cooler. Business Basics Cuisine Type: Shochu: most popular alcohol in Japan Established: 2009 Reservations: Not offered Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most popular offering: Rosemary and/or Ginger Outdoor Seating: No
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    2228 Occidental Ave S,
    Seattle, WA US
  • Letterpress Distillery
    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.
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    85 S Atlantic St Ste 110
    Seattle, WA US
  • Dry County Distillery
    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.
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    521 Delta Avenue
    Marysville, WA US
  • 2bar Spirits
    For five generations, Nathan Kaiser's family has worked the same stretch of land at the 2bar Ranch in South Texas. While Nathan's grandfather continues to run the ranch, his grandson has struck out on his own to open 2bar Spirits. Still, he draws on his family's dedication to local ingredients. To make their handcrafted batches, Nathan and his head distiller depend entirely on Washington state farmers. Corn and malted barley distill into each sip of 2bar Moonshine, while wheat and malted barley flavor pours of award-winning 2bar Vodka, and their 2bar Bourbon is handmade with all local grains. Nathan and his team happily lead tours throughout their on-site distillery, and bartenders distribute samples of their spirits inside 2bar's wood-paneled tasting room. They've even been named by Seattle Magazine as one of the "top Washington moonshines to sip", and their Spirits Bourbon Whiskey Batch 11 is their longest-aged batch yet.
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    2960 4th Ave S, Ste. 106
    Seattle, WA US
  • Local Craft Tours
    Most cocktail drinkers know what it takes to make a martini or manhattan. After a trip with Local Craft Tours, they know what really goes into their glasses. Experienced guides highlight some of Seattle's best handcrafted spirits during stops at a trio of small-batch distillers that may include Letterpress Distilling, Copperworks Distilling Company, or Fremont Mischief. Each tour begins with a welcome cocktail featuring the showcased distillery of the week before groups pile into a posh Mercedes Benz Sprinter. At each stop, tourgoers enjoy several tastings as well as a private tour of the facilities to learn about the distilling process. Riders enjoy snacks from Cormac Mahoney, Uli's Favorite Sausage, and Yellow Leaf Cupcakes, as well as two craft cocktails and plenty of bottled water for any pet cacti that also make the trip.
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    2300 7th Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Lifestyle Valet
    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.
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    1500 Broadway
    Tacoma, WA US

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