$25.99
Clear Creek heard their customers loud and clear when they suggested that Clear Creek make their Blackberry Liqueur exclusively out of Oregon’s own Marion Blackberries, also known as Marionberries. This wonderful local berry is a cross between the......
$25.99
Clear Creek Raspberry Liqueur has the perfect balance of tart and sweet. Like their other liqueurs, it is made with their clear brandy and perfectly ripe locally grown fruit, resulting in an intensely jammy, aromatic, and distinctly raspberry liqueur.......
$31.99
A very worthy competitor to the best Calvados. Clear Creek crushes and ferment the whole apple, using Golden Delicious apples grown in the Yakima Valley, and distill. Following the customs of the Calvados makers of Normandy, the high proof apple spirit......
$25.99
Made with Clear Creek's Pear Brandy as its base spirit, this Pear Liqueur is a true pear explosion. It’s lovely as an alternative to a dessert wine, and is delicious paired with sharp cheeses as a pre-dinner treat. The taste is surprising complex,......
$32.99
Clear Creek Vodka is 100 percent fruit-based – fermented and distilled from apples grown in the Pacific Northwest – and cut to 80 proof with glacier-fed spring water from Mt. Hood, Oregon’s highest peak....
$31.99
Clear Creek Pear Brandy is made in the tradition of France's classic Eau de Vie de Poire Williams. Bartlett pears grown just an hour away in the Hood River Valley are crushed at their absolute peak of ripeness. This whole fruit mash is carefully......
$22.99
Aged for a minimum of two years in French Limousin oak, Clear Creek Apple Brandy is complex enough to be enjoyed neat in a snifter, but also wonderful in any cocktail calling for brandy, applejack or Calvados. Chefs love it for deglazing pan-fried pork......
$28.99
A wonderful Portland restaurant once suggested that Clear Creek make a liqueur similar to what the French call “Crème de Cassis†from Oregon blackcurrants. Of course they had to do it, and the result is truly wonderful: an intensely tart, lightly......
$53.99
Made in the style of the regional brandies of France, Clear Creek American Pot Still Brandy is distilled from the wonderful wines of the Pacific Northwest. Aged for at least two years in their French Limousin oak barrels, this brandy is much less......
$31.99
Blue Plum Brandy, known as Slivovitz in much of Eastern Europe, in France as Quetsch and in Germany as Zwetschgenwasser, is pot distilled from a pure fermented mash of Italian Blue plums grown in the Pacific Northwest. Clear Creek makes it much as it......
$52.99
Clear Creek Raspberry Brandy is the distillation of a pure mash of fermented raspberries grown near the distillery. It is incredibly aromatic and very difficult to make. Fermentation of fresh whole raspberries is very tricky and some years we don’t......
$28.99
The Loganberry is a locally grown raspberry-blackberry hybrid, created by American lawyer and horticulturist James Harvey Logan. Clear Creek’s Loganberry Liqueur is made by macerating loganberries in our clear un-aged brandy. The nose is that of a......
$32.99
Fresh Oregon and Washington cherries are crushed, fermented, and distilled into clear, delicate Cherry Brandy, also known as Kirschwasser. In German, Kirschwasser translates to “cherry waterâ€, and is an integral ingredient in Swiss fondue, Black......
$25.99
Fresh Oregon and Washington cherries are crushed, fermented, and distilled into clear, delicate Cherry Brandy, also known as Kirschwasser. In German, Kirschwasser translates to “cherry waterâ€, and is an integral ingredient in Swiss fondue, Black......
$53.99
Inspired by the obscure Alsatian spirit Eau de Vie de Bourgeons de Sapin made from pine buds, Douglas Fir Brandy is truly a tree in a bottle. It took ten years of experimentation to successfully capture the true essence of Oregon’s state tree. This......
$28.99
Many people don’t know that the southern Oregon coast is one of the major cranberry growing regions in the country. Our Cranberry Liqueur is made from cranberries grown in the cranberry bogs near Bandon and Port Orford. It was very important to us......