Beer Today, Gone Tomorrow 

Spokane breweries have suffered through Prohibition, price-fixing and a tragic yeast mix-up

1886-87: The first two breweries, the Henco and New York Brewery, open in Spokane. In those early days, the local brewing industry was driven by necessity. Lack of swift transportation and reliable refrigeration meant national distribution was essentially impossible. “Spokane was…

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