SPOKANE, WA, August 03, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As the industrial production of bourbon expands, Dry Fly Distillery is preserving the art and craft of bourbon, and benefiting two great causes.
Dry Fly distillers Kent Fleischmann and Don Poffenroth are counting on the historic launch of Dry Fly Bourbon Whiskey - the very first Washington bourbon whiskey - to do more than satisfy the demand that has been building among bourbon enthusiasts. Ronald McDonald House of Spokane and Casting 4-a-Cure are Kent and Don's favorite charities.
Kent and Don practice good old fashioned home cooking at their craft distillery in Spokane. Dry Fly Bourbon Whiskey is made entirely from scratch, with 100 percent Washington ingredients. The distillers have established strong relationships with their suppliers, largely local farmers they deal with personally.
Dry Fly's first release of Bourbon Whiskey sold out in Spokane in 2 hours. Seattle's release for the bourbon will be this Saturday and is also expected to sell out. Can't make it to Seattle? Be a part of this historic event, get a collectable on eBay, and benefit a charity.
On August 6th, the auction will go live on eBay at 3:00 pm, PST, and will close on August 16. For the live auction link and more information about Ronald McDonald House Charities Spokane, visit the RMHC page at http://www.rmhcspokane.org
Ronald McDonald House Charities Spokane provides a sanctuary for families with children facing treatment for life threatening diseases. Casting 4 A Cure, a non-profit agency benefiting the International Rett Syndrome Foundation is working hard to raise money for Rett Syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting little girls almost exclusively.