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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Dry Fly Distillery plans new tasting room on Trent , opens space in the Arena

With several awards under it's belt it's safe to say the Spokane based Dry Fly Distilling is a success. And, now just one year shy of their 10th anniversary in business they are expanding their local presence.

Dry Fly is currently working on opening a new tasting room in a former coffee shop space at the Riverwalk complex, 1003 E. Trent. The new Dry Fly tasting room is in the same building as their production facility and will offer about 1,200 square feet of space for product tastings and even classes, the new space will likely also be made available for private event rental. It is to open for business sometime early next year.

The distillery also just last month opened a new bar highlighting their products and other local alcohol vendors within the Spokane Arena. That venue is only open to ticketed guests of the Arena during events. It bears the Dry Fly name and signage but is being called the Locally Crafted Neighborhood.

The new Dry Fly space inside the Spokane Arena features the whole line of Dry Fly Distilling's products in addition to beers from Iron Goat Brewing and wines from Townshend Cellars. A food menu is also available at the new space with that menu being provided from the Arena's food service vendor, Centerplate.

Dry Fly Distilling also continues to grow it's product reach with items for sale in many liquor and grocery stores throughout the region. The company uses almost entirely locally sourced ingredients and distills their product in famous Christian Carl pot stills manufactured in Germany. They produce vodka, gin and even 11 different styles of whiskey.

For more information on Dry Fly Distilling , visit their website at-