Yes! We love experimenting with quality ingredients and collaborating with local craft producers, which is why you’ll find a unique selection of beer, wine, cider, and home cocktailing supplies in our Bottle Shop at our distillery. Explore our selection of hyper-local and high-quality mixers, bitters, cocktail syrups, and garnishes as well as our line of small-batch craft spirits. We’re open daily from 12-6pm and would love to have you visit our shop for easy weeknight wine and beer to go, gifts and special occasion bottles, home bar and cocktail making supplies, exploratory spirit tasting and flights, weekend mini cocktails, chats, and high fives. For up-to-date info about offerings and happenings at the Bottle Shop, go here.
Yes, we offer several tour and event packages for small groups of 6-12 people as well as, group buyout packages to accommodate up to 25 people.
Possibly, yes, but only if your organization is registered in the state of Oregon and has 501(c)(3) status. Please use our Donation Request Form to submit your request. Due to the very large volume of Donation Requests we receive, we will not be able to reply to all requests. Thank you for understanding.
We sell our spirits wholesale to distributors out of state who sell select New Deal spirits to bars, restaurants, bottle shops and liquor stores in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Nevada, Utah, Vermont, Washington, & Washington DC Metro Area.
If you are looking to buy New Deal spirits from a liquor store, grocery store or bottle shop in these states, it is easiest to reach out to our distributor directly. You can download an up-to-date wholesale distributor list for more information.
You will need to order our spirits from an OLCC Liquor Store. Please note that the state of Oregon does not allow us to sell all the spirits we produce for distribution to state liquor stores. Our small-batch and seasonal spirits are only available for purchase in our Bottle Shop, located in our distillery in Portland’s Central Eastside. For current list of New Deal spirits available for distribution through state OLCC Liquor Stores, please see this PDF sellsheet.
If you would like to carry New Deal spirits in your bar/restaurant or retail shop, in a state where we have an established wholesale distributor, you should reach out to them directly. You can download an up-to-date list of our current wholesale distributors for more information.
Here is an up-to-date list of our current wholesale distributors. If we do not have an already-established distributor in your state, please contact us using the Contact link at the top of this page.
Yes. We make bottled spirits, custom neutral spirits and high-proof ethyl alcohol for beverage wholesalers. Please Contact us to request more information.
We can make vodka, gin, whiskey, rum, brandy, fruit brandy, liqueurs, bottled cocktails.
Yes. If you would like to both manufacture and sell your private-label product in Oregon, we may be able to list your product so that it can be sold in Oregon liquor stores. Please contact us for more information.
Yes. We can make your beverage alcohol products, get them listed for sale in the state of Oregon and the transfer the licensing and state listing to you once your distilled spirits plant is fully approved for production. Please contact us for more information.
Yes. Before we release your product to third parties, we will verify that you have a Federal Basic Permit (sometimes referred to as a wholesale permit) from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau (TTB). Information about obtaining that permit can be found here.
Yes. If you are looking to purchase alcohol for use in the manufacture of cosmetics, perfume, medicines, medicinal preparations, food products, flavoring, or flavoring extracts, this type of alcohol is considered nonbeverage alcohol. Please Contact us to request more information.
Yes. We sell nonbeverage alcohol as taxpaid alcohol. You can file with the TTB as a Manufacturer of Nonbeverage Alcohol Products (MNBP) so that you can file drawback claims for all but $1 per proof gallon of the excise taxes paid on the spirits used in the manufacturing process. You can find more information about that filing here.
Yes. Nondenatured food-grade ethanol is sometimes referred to as “industrial alcohol,” “culinary solvent,” or “ethyl alcohol.” We sell this alcohol at 190 proof, or 95% alcohol by volume. To get more information about placing an order, please contact us.
Yes. You must show proof of a distilled spirits plant (DSP) permit from the TTB or, for Oregon residents, an Industrial Alcohol Authority (IAA) Endorsement from the OLCC. You can find information about obtaining an IAA endorsement here.
900 SE Salmon Street
(corner of SE 9th and SE Salmon)
Portland, Oregon 97214
Order select items from the New Deal Bottle Shop for daily local delivery in the Portland Metro area through our third-party local delivery partners, Lowkel.
You can order a selection of New Deal craft spirits from our third-party e-commerce retailers at Barcart. Barcart is a third-party fulfillment and delivery service that allows us to comply with state & federal regulations pertaining to the residential delivery of alcoholic beverages. Head to the New Deal Bottle Shop site to place U.S. Shipping orders.
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