The first distillery in long beach

Portuguese Bend Distillery brings the humble ingenuity and creativity of
Long Beach to the California craft spirit movement.

Vodka

Breakwater Vodka

40% ABV | 80 PROOF

Grain Vodka either twice distilled or filtered on activated charcoal.

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Rum

Queen’s passage Rum

40% ABV | 80 PROOF

Choose from our classic Spiced Rum or tropical-inspired White Rum.

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Gin

Smoke bay & Donna Rosa gin

42% ABV | 84 PROOF

Choose between traditional Oude style London Gin or California born “joven” young Gin.

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A refined experience

Restaurant, Bar & Distillery

Dishes designed by our expert culinary team paired to showcase our in-house spirits and cocktails. Dining guests can gaze through floor to ceiling windows into the on-site distillery and watch the spirit-making process while enjoying craft cocktails in our pre-prohibition style bar.

Event spaces can be reserved for special occasions, receptions, private parties, and classes on how to use Portuguese Bend’s spirits to build their own creations at home, with full service in-house catering. Special tasting menus will be hosted seasonally to celebrate product launches and holiday celebrations. Live music events will be held at Portuguese Bend to showcase jazz and other local artists.

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Pick up & Delivery

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Order food and bottled spirits for pickup or order food and cocktails for delivery.

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Safety & Precautions

COVID PRECAUTIONS

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Grain to glass

Our unique process

The foundation of Portuguese Bend starts with the process in which we craft our spirits. From the responsible farming and sourcing of our ingredients through the distilling and bottling of our spirits, our integrity is visible through all avenues of our brand experience.

Our namesake

100 years of resistance

The Portuguese Bend area of Palos Verdes, CA was a favorite landing spot during Prohibition with requent visits from brazen smugglers transporting contraband. The shores were dotted with caves and crevasses that provided shelter and storage for smugglers in addition to a dirt road that connected it easily to the surrounding cities for distribution. It became a critical area to the success of  rum running operations in Southern California and ultimately coined the name “Smuggler’s Cove.”

1919

Ban of Alcohol Sales

1920

Prohibition Begins

1933

Prohibition Ends

2019

Portuguese Bend Opens
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