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  • Dry Fly wins awards, makes 12

    Our weekly round up of food news you can use.


  • Fresh Sheet: Five-Course Wine Dinner

    Europa is hosting a Mediterranean Wine Dinner tonight. The $55, five-course dinner pairs dishes from Italy, France and Spain with wines from the same regions. The Caprese salad is paired …


  • Local beers get cask treatment

    When it comes to craft beer these days, “roll out the barrels” has a whole new meaning. Aging beer in barrels that previously held wine, whiskey or other spirits to …


  • Local beers get cask treatment

    When it comes to craft beer these days, “roll out the barrels” has a whole new meaning. Aging beer in barrels that previously held wine, whiskey or other spirits to …


  • A crush on wine: Steel tank manufacturer thriving

    It’s a banner year for winemakers and wine drinkers: The Washington State Wine Commission says 2012 will be the largest grape crush ever, with 190,000 tons of grapes harvested. A …


  • Dry Fly gearing up for June 1 change

    Spokane’s Dry Fly Distilling has a two-part plan to take advantage of the big switch in liquor sales starting on June 1. That’s the date Initiative 1183 goes into effect, …


  • Here’s the Dirt: TierPoint’s growth continues with new 15,000-square-foot facility

    TierPoint, the Liberty Lake data center company, has opened doors on its third addition, a 15,000-square-foot facility. TierPoint provides corporate customers with secure and environmentally controlled business and network management …


  • Dry Fly adds extra shift, equipment to meet demand for its whiskey

    Spokane-based Dry Fly Distilling is adding a second shift to produce more whiskey to meet a growing demand for aged alcohol products, company co-founder Don Poffenroth said. Poffenroth said the …


  • Palouse farmer branching out into whiskey

    Colfax farmer Tim Danaher made wine in his bedroom closet when he was a teenager. Now the 59-year-old has plans to launch a second career selling his own whiskey. Danaher …


  • Liquor limits expanded

    OLYMPIA – Small distilleries will be able to produce more liquor under a new law that triples their maximum capacity to 60,000 gallons. The law, signed Thursday by Gov. Chris …


  • Bill benefitting Dry Fly signed into law

    Small distilleries will be able to produce more liquor under a new law that triples their maximum capacity to 60,000 gallons. The law, signed Thursday by Gov. Chris Gregoire, is …


  • Business in brief: Dry Fly Distilling to release bourbon

    Spokane’s Dry Fly Distilling plans to release a line of bourbon this fall. The company already produces craft-distilled gin, vodka and all-wheat whiskey.


  • Plowing retirement savings into a new venture can be a scary adventure

    Business partners Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann felt a bit shaky taking their 401(k) money to start their Spokane business, Dry Fly Distilling. They knew the statistic: Half of new …


  • Bill eases distillery rules

    OLYMPIA – The Washington Legislature is being asked to expand the amount of liquor small distillers can produce in a year and allow them to make special products. The bill, …


  • Dry Fly Distilling has no shortage of help packaging its gin, vodka

    Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann get plenty of help at Dry Fly Distilling once their gin and vodka is ready for release. That help comes each Saturday at Dry Fly’s …


  • Fresh Sheet: A double shot for Dry Fly

    Eastern Washington’s small distillery has big news: Its vodka is among the best in the world. Dry Fly Distilling won “best vodka” and “double gold medal” awards for its Washington …


  • Would-be distillers aim for top shelf

    Two fly-fishing buddies who hope to open a distillery in Spokane say it would be the state’s first grain-alcohol producer since the days of Prohibition. But the new business won’t …

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