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Dry Fly wins awards, makes 12

Dry Fly Distilling won several medals at the recent New York World Wine & Spirits Competition and San Diego Spirits Festival International Spirits Competition.

The Spokane-based, small-batch craft distiller won double-gold for its Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey and silver for its Triticale Whiskey, a hybrid grain whiskey, in New York City in September.

Its Washington Dry Gin won gold and a Founders Award in San Diego in August. That competition was open to emerging craft distillers and American merchant bottlers as well as large distillers. Dry Fly also won gold for its Triticale at the event. Dry Fly is owned and operated by Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann.

On the Web: www.dryflydistilling.com.

Celebrate Dry Fly’s success – and the Seahawks – with this bright green-colored cocktail, inspired by the Seattle football team for fans and vodka lovers statewide.

Atomic Watermelon

From Dry Fly Distilling

1 ounce Midori melon liqueur

1 ounce Dry Fly vodka

1 ounce sweet and sour mix

Mix all ingredients and serve over ice in a highball glass.

Potluck and Pumpkin Pick

Urban Eden Farm is hosting a Potluck and Pumpkin Pick on Friday night. Oct. 16

The fun starts at 5 p.m. at the farm, 2121 S. Cherry St.

Call (509) 953-7863, or email urbanedenfarm@gmail.com.

On the Web: www.urbanedenfarm.com.

Bread and Beyond

Farmers from Joseph’s Grainery will teach home cooks how to bake bread with whole grain and legume flours during a three-hour class Friday.

The Bread Making and Beyond class runs from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Whitman County Library, 102 S. Main St. in Colfax. After baking, participants will take a field trip to tour the granary’s harvest operation.

The $13 class is part of a continuing education program offered through Spokane Community College. Call (509) 279-6030 to register or visit www.whitco.lib.wa.us/ and www.josephsgrainery.com.

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