The facility pays tribute to the Solberg's European ties not only with the name but also with a Holstein still imported from Germany. This still’s name is Stanley. Another member of the Solberg clan - Chad, who works with his father at Solberg Manufacturing - designed the steel tanks used to ferment the mash. The distillery is producing four products: apple brandy, oaked apple brandy, grappa and oaked grappa. Initially the distillery will not be open to the public, but plans to soon expand to offer Saturday tours. During these tours, guests will see how 7,300 pounds of Michigan apples are chopped, pressed, fermented and distilled. Rhine Hall is unique in the fact that its entire product is made from apples, not from concentrate and is not diluted with any neutral spirits.