UPDATED at 5:00 p.m. Thursday April 7
The cost of the fifth of Washington Bourbon will be $64.95, said Don Poffenroth. That's fairly equivalent to the price charged for Dry Fly's whiskey, if you figure 101-proof bourbon packs 20 percent more alcohol per fifth, he said.
And, about 60 percent of the price on the shelf will be due to taxes, Poffenroth said.
Spokane's Dry Fly Distilling is about 30 days from releasing its newest product, Dry Fly Washington Bourbon.
A considerable period of time was required to gain regulatory approval of the product's new label, said co-founder Don Poffenroth.
The company is currently involved in an expansion of its downtown facility, in order to add three more fermenters.
No formal launch party is planned. But Poffenroth said he expects the release will generate considerable interest among the distillery's customers.
Dry Fly now makes a gin, vodka and wheat whiskey. Products are available at its distillery and at some state liquor outlets.