Come August and the Washington based Dry Fly Distillery is going to have its hands full, not that anyone is complaining. The brand known for its clean vodka and crisp gin will soon be venturing in the pastures of Wheat Whiskey. Ever since the launch of the distillery in 2007, they have earned themselves an impressively big fan following.
As for the Wheat Whiskey, we are told that it has been made with loal grains and has spent two years sitting in charred whiskey barrels maturing deliciously. And since the D-day is nearing, the retail customers should start acting really fast.
August 7 is the date that you are looking for when the Dry Fly Wheat Whiskey goes up for sale. And that’s not all because the distillery plans to sell around 20 cases but then is there ever enough good liquor for everyone?! Hurry!!!