Made in the Northwest

Made in the Northwest: Liberty Lake Wine Cellars

It's a boutique winery known for its big, bold red wines. Despite limited production, Liberty Lake Wine Cellars is making a splash with its award winning wines. Derek Deis helps you sip in the story in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Perry Street Brewing

Like so many other businesses, Perry Street Brewing has had its share of challenges during the pandemic. But it also received a big blessing that's helped it push through some tough times. Derek Deis explains in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Wilbert Precast

Wilbert Precast has been in business for 115 years, originally making a name for itself with burial vaults. These days, the Spokane company makes all kinds of precasted concrete products. Derek Deis has the details in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: FastStik

It's a revolutionary alternative to ski wax. FastStik is a product made by a Sandpoint man that's taking off in popularity with skiers and snowboarders. Derek Deis has the story in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: FreshPod

Its aim is to deliver coffee at its absolute peak of freshness. FreshPod, a division of Coffee Crafters, will ship k-cups to your door within 48 hours of roasting the coffee. Derek Deis paid a visit to the Post Falls company for this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Booey's Gourmet

It wants to be known as Spokane's pepper sauce. Booey's Gourmet has been making sauces for over 25 years now and recently came out with a BBQ rub as well. Derek Deis met up with Pappa Booey himself for this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Kritter Kookies Bakery

More people adopting pets during the pandemic has meant a sharp increase in sales for one Deer Park company. Kritter Kookies Bakery is in its 25th year in business. Derek Deis tells us all about its pet treats in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Victor Foods

It's the taste of the Mediterranean, made right here in Spokane. Victor Foods has been making award winning hummus for years. And now, the company is looking to take its production to the next level. Derek Deis has the story in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: YaYa Brewing Company

It's a local brewery with its own guardian angel. YaYa Brewing Company in Spokane Valley is run by brothers who have a very personal source of inspiration. Derek Deis has the story behind YaYa Brewing in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Cheez

It's believed to be the first non-dairy, plant-based alternative cheese product to be made and sold here in Spokane. Cheez got its start in Glorious Artisan Bakery and can now be found in several local specialty stores. Derek Deis has the delicious details in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Rolled Steel Products

There are a lot of industries struggling right now, but the construction material supply industry isn't one of them. Rolled Steel Products has been in business for almost 30 years. Derek Deis visited the Spokane company to see what's keeping it thriving in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Clearwater Canyon Cellars

If we asked you to guess where the Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year is located, you might guess Walla Walla or the Yakima Valley. But it's actually in Lewiston of all places. Derek Deis decided to get the story behind Clearwater Canyon Cellars in our latest edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Bentz Boats

Jet boats are big business in the Lewis Clark Valley and Bentz Boats has been manufacturing custom made aluminum boats there for half a century now. Derek Deis made the drive down to Lewiston for this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Imperial Peaks

It's a local company that wants you to unleash your wild side. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Imperial Peaks is making dog leashes durable enough for any adventure. Derek Deis has the story in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Dorian Studio

It's the company behind many of your children's yearbook and sports photos. But like so many other local companies, Dorian Studio has shifted its operations during the pandemic and is now making a product aimed at keeping kids and teachers safe. Derek Deis has the details in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Lite-Check

It's a local company that plays a critical role in keeping semi trucks safe on the road. Lite-Check has been in business for nearly 35 years, but it continues to create new products to improve diagnostic trailer testing. Derek Deis has the details in Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Selkirk Sport

Looking for a socially distanced sport that the whole family can enjoy? How about pickleball? Selkirk Sport in Hayden has been making premium pickleball paddles for the last six years and just released its best product yet. Derek Deis went to check it out in our latest edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Mountain Dog making protective products

When coronavirus struck, Mountain Dog Sign Company, like so many other local businesses, was quick to figure out how it could help the community. 4 News Now's Derek Deis visited the Spokane Valley company to see the new products its making to combat COVID-19 in this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Mauk Fishing Stuff

Now that you're able to go fishing on our local lakes and rivers again, you probably want to make sure your fishing tackle is covered. Mauk Fishing Stuff, which was invited to the White House in 2018, can help with that. Derek Deis met with owner Mike Mauk for this edition of Made in the Northwest.

Made in the Northwest: Gizmo CDA making face masks and face shields

Gizmo CDA is a makerspace that gives people access to tools to help build skills and creative confidence. But now, members of the Coeur d'Alene non-profit are using those tools to build much needed products during the pandemic. Derek Deis explains in this Made in the Northwest story.