Brewery Partners

Brewery Partners

What's a visit to Walla Walla without savoring the local brews? At The FINCH, we're passionate about championing local businesses and providing our guests with an authentic Walla Walla experience. That's why we've forged partnerships with some outstanding local breweries for our Brewery spotlight program. Whether you're enjoying a refreshing taste at check-in or receiving insider tips on the must-visit breweries during your stay (complete with exclusive discounts, of course!), we’ll ensure you experience on a distinctive Walla Walla beer adventure. Explore our upcoming Brewery spotlights.

brewery partner - cedar rain spirits

Brewery Partner - Cedar Rain Spirits

Cedar Rain Spirits is a family-owned distillery that uses natural ingredients to make smooth-flavored Vodkas and Liqueurs with a kick. It’s location in Downtown Walla Walla serves food, cocktails, beer, and samples of our Vodkas and Liqueurs.

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dw distilling

DW Distilling

Craig (Mr. W) and Keith (Mr. D) share a love of Walla Walla wine, the small unique city itself, and an interest in distilling. Convinced that Washington wines and Walla Walla wines in particular were the best in the world, they searched for the brandy they thought would be distilled from these fine wines. They couldn’t find any craft distillers, so they made the wise decision to make brandy themselves. Hence, DW Distilling was born – located, of course, in Walla Walla!

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quirk brewing

Quirk Brewing

Quirk Brewing was founded in Walla Walla, WA in 2016 by Troy Robinson and Casey Monahan. Since then, the eclectic and rotating tap list has kept folks coming back to the Airport District taproom for more.

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locust cider

Locust Cider

Founded In 2015, Locust Cider specializes in small batch hard cider made with real, simple ingredients crafted into bold flavors. The Walla Walla taproom is the perfect testing grounds for unique flavor combinations - like Smoked Blueberry, Dates and Brown Sugar, or Vanilla Bean ciders. What’s even better – Locust Cider donates a portion of proceeds to the Hydrocephalus Association.

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