The Schraml distillery in Erbendorf in the Upper Palatinate (Bavaria) is conducted by the 6th generation of the Schraml family.
With Stonewood 1818, the oldest whiskey in Germany has been produced here since the 19th century. The first and only customer at the time of the first spirits was the Bavarian military. Johann Baptist Schraml, former cavalry officer and participant in Napoleon’s Russian campaign of 1812, probably had a special relationship to here. Under the descendants of Jacob and Christoph-Karl the times were peaceful and the distillery grew greater. The fruit brandies typical of Bavaria as well as cordials and then also whiskey were added during the 19th century. In recent years, international prizes were won for whiskey; fruit brandy and gin (gold medals World Spirit Awards from 2008 to 2013). All processes take place manually. All brandies are distilled several times.