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On foot:

Distillery Passport 


For $20, a distillery-row passport nets you free tastings at the six (soon to be seven) Distillery Row craft distilleries. Just note that Stone Barn is a bit of a hike from the other five distilleries.

By pedicab:

PDX Pedicab

828-9888, pdxpedicab.com. $60.

Noon-3 pm Saturday-Sunday. The price includes a passport for free tastings, a $10 bottle discount and a tour of the central eastside's Distillery Row distilleries from the back of a pedicab. Tip your pilot, please.

By limo:

Aspen Limo & Tours

274-9505, aspenlimotours.com. $90-$250/hour for vehicle and driver. 

Aspen offers planned tours for up to 30 people—the most expensive option is a limo bus—at four or five locations, usually combining distilleries with brewpubs.

My Chauffeur

969-4370, mychauffeur.ws. $70-$130/hour for vehicle and driver.

My Chauffeur allows people to plan limo tours for up to 15—sans guide—as a cheaper option, and helps planning by offering distillery information.

By bus:

PDX Short Bus

971-209-2859, portlandshortbus.com. $30/person.

The bus in five hours visits four distilleries—three of which are usually in Distillery Row. The next tour is Dec. 6. Passports are separate.