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Spokane’s Dry Fly bourbon will go on sale July 30 here, then Seattle the week after

Spokane craft distillery Dry Fly will release its first batch of bourbon on July 30, company co-founder Don Poffenroth said.

The company will host a release party at its downtown distillery, at 1003 E. Trent, the evening before. Seattle will receive the bourbon the following week.

Called Dry Fly Washington State Bourbon, this is the first bourbon from Dry Fly Distilling. It has a gin, vodka and wheat whiskey lineup of spirits. The retail price will be in the $64 per fifth range.


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