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Located on Hood River’s blossoming waterfront area, this craft distillery is one of the first in the state that will feature a full bar. Currently, the spirits on offer include clear rum, clear whiskey and vodka. Aging whiskey and rum will be available at a later date. Camp 1805 has plans for gin, bourbon and liquers made from local fruits. (Stay tuned for a liquer made from local cherries!)

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  1. Discover Hood River’s Camp 1805 Distillery

    written by Eileen Garvin on August 14th, 2014

    If Lewis and Clark had just waited 209 years for their glorious expedition through the West, they could have wet their whistles in Hood River when Camp 1805 Distillery opened this past July. Co-owned by Chris Taylor and Roy Slayton, Camp 1805 is…

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