WHISKEY ON THE RAILS
SELECT DATES | $75 ALL INCLUSIVE
- Book Online Only All tickets must be pre-purchased online.
- Adult 21+
Stoll & Wolfe of Lititz, Pennsylvania is known for award-winning Small-Batch Bourbon & Rye Whiskeys, Vodka, and Gin in downtown Lititz, PA. They proudly serve craft cocktails featuring spirits with PA craft beer and wine while celebrating local distilling traditions dating back to 1753. Stoll & Wolfe is proof that everything old is new. Housed in a restored 1800s Grain Mill, Stoll & Wolfe’s tasting room is a place to gather with kindred spirits for a tasting or cocktail.
The boarding for the Whiskey on the Rails train is 15 minutes before the scheduled departure. All guests must have their photo ID ready when boarding. After boarding, guests are encouraged to sit back, relax, and enjoy the journey through the heart of Pennsylvania’s Amish Country, while sampling delicious whiskeys paired with food prepared by our Café 1832.
Saturday, October 28
Saturday, November 4
Saturday, November 11
Exclusive Online Rates
$75 per person
The all-inclusive price includes:
– 45-minute steam train ride through Amish Country aboard First Class Parlor No. 88
– 3 mini specialty whiskey cocktails from Stoll & Wolfe
– 3 pairings: Buttered shaved sprouts with a topping of pork belly and a dash of homemade BBQ; Mushroom duxelles finished with parmesan cheese and layered with local ham; Wholegrain mustard and a dash of Swiss cheese finished with a roasted red pepper sauce; all served on a crostini
– Personal presentation and talk by Jim Wolfe, representative from Stoll & Wolfe Distrillery
– PA State Sales Tax
– 20% gratuity
Space is limited to approximately 30 people. Ticket holders must be 21 years old or older with proper ID.
ATTENTION: Please note that all Whiskey on the Rails passengers must be age 21 or older with a proper photo ID to board the train. Each guest will be carded pursuant to state law. In addition, in accordance with Pennsylvania law, alcohol can only be served during the train ride. Alcoholic drinks must be consumed before exiting the train; alcohol is not permitted off the train. Strasburg Rail Road is not permitted to serve alcoholic drinks while the train is berthed in the Station.
About Parlor Car No. 88 “Marian”:
Strasburg Rail Road’s First Class Parlor Car is named Marian in honor of the company’s first corporate secretary and the wife of William M. Moedinger, the third president of the tourist company.
Upon entry, the car takes the guest back in time with its early 20th-century elegance. Built by the Laconia Car Company, it was used on the Boston & Main Railroad until 1957. The Strasburg Rail Road purchased the car in January of 1971 and used it as the Pequea Creek passenger coach. In 1988, the Strasburg Rail Road transformed the car into the top-of-the-line luxury railcar that you see today.
Year Built: December 1910
Maker: Laconia Car Company
Length: 68 feet
Weight: 90,600 lbs.
Year Arrived at Strasburg: January 1971
Significance of Name: Named “Marian” in honor of the Strasburg Rail Road Company’s first corporate secretary and the wife of William M. Moedinger, the third president of the tourist company. Marian Moedinger was one of the original 24 shareholders who helped revive the railroad in 1958 and save it from abandonment.