Dry Fly ending public Spokanitizer distribution, will continue to give to healthcare workers at no cost

SPOKANE, Wash. — The folks at Dry Fly Distilling announced they will soon end their public Spokanitizer distribution.

The last Spokanitizer Saturday will be Saturday, May 16. In a Facebook post, the distillery said it has seen fewer and fewer consumers showing up for distributions and the hunt for individual sized containers has become increasingly difficult.

The distillery will still continue to produce their homemade sanitizer for front line and healthcare workers for free. They will also provide bulk-sized supply for sale to businesses and individuals in preparation to Spokane’s reopening.

“It has been quite the journey and want to thank everyone for their continued support and patience! Thanks for the Dry Fly Love! We adore our community so much!” employees said on Facebook.

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