XO ALambic

Agriculture.  Alchemy.  Time.  These three elements are conspicuously on display at XO Alambic.  As the pursuit of excellence in craft-distilled spirits involves all three, all of them conspire in the climb toward the creation of perfect spirits.  Farm-grown fruits and grains, once fermented and then double-distilled, are slowly matured to become worthy of the XO badge.  Considering that the distiller's own Washington brandy and whisky has been secretly maturing during the past seven years, the distillery's first releases will undoubtedly cause quite a sensation!

Monteillet Fromagerie

Pierre-Louis and Joan Montiellet raise 50 French Alpine goats and 50 Friesian and Lacaune sheep on their 32-acre farmstead in Dayton. Pierre-Louis moved to the United States in 1979, after he met Joan, a glass and ceramic artist, in Mexico.  Several years ago, they decided that making small batches of cheese from sheep (brebis) and goat (chevre) milk was more suited to them.

Chief Springs Brewery

We are a local brew pub situated in downtown Dayton, just a short drive from Walla Walla in Eastern Washington. All beer is brewed on the premises by the brew-master himself, Chief Mike Spring

MAry's candies

 produces handcrafted, artisan confections. Business owners Nathaniel and Erin Murphy believe in making candies that are additive- and preservative- free with no artificial colors or flavors. You may purchase Mary’s Candies in person at Blue Mountain Station on

Tuesdays 10 AM to 6 PM,

Wednesday - Saturday from 10 AM to 2 PM.

You can also order their candy by telephone, or online on the Mary’s Candies Facebook page.

Rey's Roast

A welcoming coffee shop with comfortable seating featuring hand crafted small batch coffees bean from around the globe, roasted here in Dayton WA.  Owner/ Roaster Regina lets the coffee speak for itself using minimal flavors in making their morning cups of coffee.  A place to truly savor a cup of coffee. 

Azure MOuntain

Art and Brenda have been making cold process soap for several years near the foothills of the Blue Mountains of Southeastern Washington. Each small batch is carefully prepared, often using herbs from their garden or other local sources. Only the best quality essential oils and fine fragrance oils are included in their handcrafted artisan soap.

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Dumas Station

Located at an old train station right outside the city limits, Dumas Station produces age-worthy red wines with grapes from Walla Walla.  If you visit, you'll probably have the chance to chat directly with the winemaker who's usually in the tasting room every Saturday from 1-5 p.m.  Recent scores include 94 and 93 points from Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast magazines.