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Moscow mule or gin and tonic in a can? Dry Fly Distilling says cheers!

UPDATED: Tue., June 11, 2019

Dry Fly Distilling is soft launching its canned cocktails June 20.
Dry Fly Distilling is soft launching its canned cocktails June 20.

Attention: Dry Fly Distilling fans!

On June 20, the distillery at 1003 E. Trent #200 is hosting a soft launch of its new canned cocktail line. Per its Facebook, those canned cocktails are spicy lemonade, Moscow mule and gin and tonic.

“Over the past 12 years, you have been so loving and supportive in giving us feedback and made us into the distillery we are today. The community’s distillery,” a post on FB reads. “Now we are calling on you again.

“We need all of you to come and taste, examine and critique our new product before we do our full launch in July.”

Oh, OK, twist our arms.

The canned cocktail soft launch is at the distillery and Perry Street Market on June 20.

Meantime, check out Dry Fly Distilling’s list of hash tags because they say it all:

#drinklocal #drinkdryfly #dryflydistilling #gin #vodka #cannedcocktails #spokanedoesntsuck #supportlocalbusiness #spokane

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