Shine Distillery & Grill is a restaurant, bar and distillery all-in-one located in the heart of the historic Williams district in Portland, Oregon.
Our spacious, modern distillery-pub offers a robust menu of affordable Pacific Northwest pub-fare, craft cocktails and a unique portfolio of hand-crafted small-batch spirits—vodka, gin, whiskey and agave. Visit our unique distillery-pub for tasting flights, tours and bottle sales, and come have dinner every Wednesday through Sunday - or host your next event with us! LGBTQ - owned and operated, Shine Distillery is a safe, inclusive space for everyone.
Shine Spirits LLC is our in-house distillery producing a portfolio of small batch spirits you can purchase by the bottle at the Distillery, and throughout Oregon and Washington. We fired up our still and opened our doors the summer of 2019. Shine Distillery Hand sanitizer caught the attention of the world in the spring of 2020 as the first distillery to quickly pivot our business from alcohol production to producing and giving away hand sanitizer for their community. During the onset of the COVID19 pandemic people from around the world sought help and reached out to us. We shared process, recipe and resources for distillers and producers around the world while continuing to produce hand sanitizer for our own community. To date, we continue to produce hand sanitizer and donate to our local community.
Shine Spirits LLC is our in-house distillery, producing a portfolio of small batch spirits you can purchase by the bottle at our restaurant. The eye-catching 130-gallon still located inside the restaurant was custom-designed locally by Bridgetown Brew Systems, Shine Distillery, and EMA Architecture, and assembled by our contracting team from O’Brien Construction. We fired up our still and opened our doors the summer of 2019 hoping to share something unique and truly homegrown.
The custom micro-still reaches a height of 20 feet has the capacity to produce 60 gallons of ethanol a day. Our steel and copper marvel was intentionally encased in glass, allowing patrons and passers-by to see the ins and outs of our distilling process.