Distillery Row is located in the SE Industrial district of Portland, Oregon. Please check out our Map Page for individual distillery locations, driving directions, and hours.
All of the Distilleries in the Row are open weekends, and some offer additional days and hours for tastings. Click here for a list of Distilleries and their hours.
YES! All of the distilleries have products available for purchase. See the individual distillery pages for products available. You are supporting local businesses when you buy directly from the source.
Generally, you do not need reservations to tour the distilleries. Each of the distilleries keeps its own hours and welcomes drop-in customers. However, the distilleries do request that groups of 6 or more contact each distillery at least 45 minutes before-hand to check on availability, and some require an advance appointment (please contact each distillery for policies). Vinn Distillery and Wild Roots only have tasting rooms in Distillery Row, so they can not offer tours.
During peak hours (Saturday 2-5 pm) the tasting rooms can be busy and large groups may not get the full experience. It’s best to call around and check with each distillery so as to plan your itinerary. For a more personal experience, large groups should arrange to tour on Sundays when foot-traffic is lower.
Groups larger than 12 should arrange for a tour by calling ahead by at least one week. Groups of this size exceed the capacity of a few of the distillery tasting rooms. Tours for groups this size (and larger) can be performed, but special arrangements are usually required to make it work for everyone. Call 503-803-3989 for assistance for large groups.
Generally speaking, yes you should be of legal drinking age to visit and tour the distilleries. Some distilleries allow minors if accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Passports are available at ALL participating distilleries in the Portland area (Stone Barn Brandyworks, Eastside Distilling, Wild Roots Vodka, Thomas & Sons Distillery, New Deal Distillery, Vinn Distillery, House Spirits, Rolling River Distillery, Aria Portland Dry Gin, Bull Run Distillery, Clear Creek Distillery). This is the easiest way to purchase passports–just buy them when you arrive. They are also available online at this website.
The passport makes it easier and more affordable for you to visit Distillery Row in SE Portland as well as the NW Distiller’s District. It’s primary purpose is to save you money when you visit multiple distilleries. Rather than pay tasting fees at each distillery, you purchase the passport at a reduced price and your tasting fees are waived at all Distillery Row and NW Distiller’s District destinations. Tasting fees to all locations would generally add up to well over $65-$75. Purchasing the passport for $20 saves you from those individual tasting fees. (Though keep in mind there are several tiers of tasting fees at some locations for limited edition or premium products. You may have to pay for those if you want to try them.)
No, you do NOT need to have a passport. You’re welcome to visit the distilleries and pay the individual tasting fees at each location.
Not at all. The passport is designed to let the holder visit the distilleries at his or her leisure. You can visit up to six in one day and save the others for later, or you can visit one per weekend, etc. It’s entirely up to you. The ideal situation is to always have the passport handy and visit the distilleries when you want.
The traditional passport does NOT expire for the distilleries. Each distillery will honor the passport until it is used (meaning they have stamped it). However, the mobile passports is good for one year from purchase.
Please visit the Portland Distillery Passport site to learn more.