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Sunday, July 22 • 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Networking Reception at Dry Fly Distilling

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For those not attending the BNSF train trip, you are invited to join PNWER attendees at Dry Fly Distilling for a networking reception and opportunity to learn more about the first distillery to open in Washington state. Participants will be taken on a tour of the distillery and be treated to a whiskey tasting.

Founded in 2007, Dry Fly was the first distillery in the state of Washington since the prohibition days. Dry Fly features local and sustainable ingredients like Eastern Washington soft white winter wheat, Washington malted barley. Fly fishing enthusiasts and co-owners Kent Fleischmann and Don Poffenroth were also responsible for the Craft Distillers Bill which was the catalyst for the Washington State craft distillery movement.

Dry Fly sources its ingredients from local farms in beautiful Eastern Washington. Don and Kent have long-established relationships with a handful of farmers whom they trust to deliver consistent, quality ingredients that are evident in every drop of Dry Fly spirits. They reflect the beauty of the area into spirits made from local ingredients and from sustainable farms. Because of this, Dry Fly Distilling has achieved a true farm to bottle operation. Every drop of liquor is hand-crafted and pure. This is obvious in the unique flavor, which has won awards worldwide.

With a range of acclaimed products including vodka, gin, and whiskies, Dry Fly Distilling will continue to offer impressive spirits including a ten-year single malt due out soon. We also look forward to winning more awards and impressing more taste buds in the time to come! But you can always count on us to use the finest local ingredients and never compromise our quality distilling process.

More information at http://www.dryflydistilling.com

Sunday July 22, 2018 5:00pm - 7:00pm AKDT
Dry Fly Distilling

Attendees (8)