Dry Fly Distilling has been pushing the envelope on their whiskies for more than a decade. For their latest round of experimentation they are joining forces with regional breweries and creating whiskies that will have fans talking. Starting this month Dry Fly will begin releasing a series of whiskies that have been reintroduced to a barrel after it has been used in the production of some of the finest beers the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
“We love to experiment with our whiskies and form partnerships,” said Vice President of Operations, Patrick Donovan. “After several years of working on this project, the results have been tremendous. We are taking our already fabulous whiskies and adding elements unique to each brewery and beer to the final product. It has been great fun and we’re excited to finally share the results with consumers.”
This new project is known as the “Cask and Release Series” and will be a permanent part of the Dry Fly lineup. The type of whiskey used for each release will vary, as will the breweries featured. This will create a variety of new and exciting products for whiskey and beer enthusiasts.
“Every angler knows why catch and release is so important for the fish population,” said Don Poffenroth, distillery founder. “This is the same concept. We are removing the whiskey and then after the barrel has served another purpose we are putting it back in the barrel it once called home. It really is craft collaboration done right.”
The Cask and Release series will be available in select markets across the U.S. for $49.95.