Dry Fly Straight Washington Wheat 2015 Review

Dry Fly Distillery is not only Washington State’s first distillery since prohibition, but they're also credentialed as one of the original pioneers of the craft whiskey boom. In 2007, they laid down new fifty three gallon barrels filled with whiskey made from a mash bill of 100% Washington wheat. This whiskey was released two years later... Continue Reading →

Dry Fly Port Finish Wheat Whiskey Review

Whiskey has a long tradition with flavoring. Specifically, infusing wine flavoring by “finishing” whisky in a previously used wine barrel adds a few new layers of flavor. The Scots love to use Sherry and Port wine barrels to finish their single malts, and the results are often wonderful. But American whiskey? We’ve never really concerned... Continue Reading →

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