Dry Fly Distilling reopens under Phase 2, continues selling ‘Spokanitizer’

SPOKANE, Wash. — Dry Fly Distilling reopens its tasting room under Phase 2 of Safe Start on Thursday, June 4.

They’re introducing a new canned cocktail called the ‘Huckleberry Lemonade’ (unfortunately, it’s sold out right now), but they’re also introducing some new guidelines to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

They will be reopening at 50% capacity and keeping people socially distanced in the tasting room.

This also means no more large gatherings in the barrel room.

Dry Fly will be open under new hours: Monday through Wednesday from noon to 4 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday, noon to 8 p.m.

They remain closed on Sunday.

The distillery was also heavily involved in the community during the shutdown, making ‘Spokanitizer’ hand sanitizer.

If you are a business in need of the sanitizer in order to reopen or maybe just an individual needing supply, Dry Fly has you covered.

You can buy Spokanitizer in bulk now for $40 a gallon. If you need it in any much larger quantities, you can email them at spokanitizer@dryflydistilling.com.

They will continue providing free bulk supply to the Spokane County Emergency Response team for health care and front line organizations.

Free individual supply (8oz bottles) will also still be available to all health care heroes and first responders at the distillery Monday through Friday during their hours of operation.

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