We have a date! This year’s batch of McCarthy’s Oregon Single Malt Whiskey can be purchased in-person at the distillery on Saturday, September 20, 2014, from 11am-6pm. There will be a limit of 3 bottles per person until we are sold out. You will start seeing bottles at many good retailers around the country in the days and weeks that follow. We will also be hosting an Open House that day if you want to stick around for a tour or take a peek at our barrel room.
If you are located in Oregon:
If you can’t make it to the distillery during 11am-6pm business hours September 20th, you can use this link to find McCarthy’s Single Malt Whiskey at a liquor store near you: http://www.oregonliquorsearch.com/. The lookup code on this website is 6940B.
If you are not located near the distillery in Portland or in the state of Oregon:
Ask your favorite local liquor store to order a bottle for you. If they need information about how to do this, please have them give us a call. To find retailers near you or one that can ship directly to you go here: http://www.clearcreekdistillery.com/where-to-buy
A special thanks for your patience and patronage. We wouldn’t be celebrating our 30 year anniversary next year if it wasn’t for folks like you.
The Clear Creek Crew
Products out of Stock
Temporarily Out of Stock at the Distillery … Still Available in Some Stores
McCarthy’s Oregon Single Malt Whiskey is sold out here at the distillery. Our most recent bottling of McCarthy’s was in September, 2013. That batch (W13-02) has been shipped to retail stores around the country. The next bottling of McCarthy’s (batch W14-01) is schedule for Fall 2014!! Save the date.
Framboise is one spirit that we make infrequently and in small quantities. Because we use the authentic method of making eau de vie, meaning we ferment raspberries and distill the fermented fruit (as opposed to flavoring a spirit with raspberries), it is difficult and expensive to make. Our 2013 batch of 33 cases has already sold out. You may be able to find a bottle at a few retailers around the country, but we have none left here at the distillery. We hope to make some late this summer. Stay tuned!