May 18, 2009 in Business, City
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A volunteer places a clean bottle under a spout that fills it with gin Saturday, May 18, 2009, at Dry Fly Distillery in Spokane. The small-batch distiller uses groups of volunteers on Saturdays to bottle their products.

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Volunteer bottlers Dash Tokar and Jonathan Manfredonia fill bottles with gin and cork them Saturday, May 16, 2009, at Dry Fly Distilleries, a small-batch producer of gin, whiskey and vodka in Spokane. The company offers volunteers a chance to be the bottling crew on Saturdays, and the schedule is booked to the end of the year.

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Volunteer bottler Rachel Rush pauses for a shot of the product while working Saturday, May 16, 2009, at Dry Fly Distilleries, a small-batch producer of gin, whiskey and vodka in Spokane.

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A group of friends labels and boxes bottles of gin Saturday May 16, 2009, at Dry Fly Distillery in Spokane. They are, from left, DeGraw Donovan, Lindsey Updike, Drew Reinke, Rachel Rush, Dash Tokar and Jon Bagby. The small-batch distiller lets groups act as their Saturday bottling crew, and the demand is so high that the schedule is full through the end of the year.

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Volunteer Jed Conklin sanitizes bottles and jokes with friends during the volunteer bottling session Saturday, May 16, 2009, at Dry Fly Distillery in Spokane.

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A group of volunteer bottlers, from left, Drew Reinke, Rachel Rush, Dash Tokar, Jonathan Manfredonia and Jed Conklin, pause for a shot of the product while working Saturday, May 16, 2009, at Dry Fly Distilleries, a small-batch producer of gin, whiskey and vodka in Spokane.