There are two ways to experience Napa Valley Distillery, the only distillery in the city of Napa since Prohibition. The first is to swing by the distillery’s booth at the Oxbow Public Market, where you can taste products such as smoked fir bitters and plum brandy, and shop for vintage bar tools. The other is to book a tour and tasting at the company’s distilling facility on Stockton Street. Tours at the mother ship last about an hour, and they include a crash course in the art and science of distilling, a brief history lesson, and a session at a tiki-style tasting bar. Napa Valley Distillery doesn’t only make high-proof alcohol but also artisan cocktail bitters, syrups, and shrubs. The main distillery is closed to the public on Wednesdays.