After reaching an agreement with US distiller Heaven Hill, Elijah Craig bourbon whiskey will be…
Month: September 2011
The newly renovated Villager Hotel is offering Brisbanites a wonderful place to retreat amongst the hustle and bustle of the city.
Melbourne bar operator Davis Yu (The Millswyn) is set to capitalise on his good form by opening another venue, Claremont Tonic on Claremont Street in South Yarra.
Fee Brothers latest bitter concoction – Black Walnut Bitters.
Union Dining is the first venture by due Nicky Riemer and Adam Cash and the pair are focusing on delivering a provincial European dining experience with an essential touch of Melbourne class.
Luxury. There are definitions, portfolios and fabled verse that tell us what luxury is, what it isn’t and where it should be found. But of all things luxury would the pleasure of a cocktail be high on the list?
Double Bay is set to feel the love with Mrs Sippy (mrs-a-sippy) bringing a little drinking and dining style to the area. The venture is a collaboration between Ben May (Manly Wharf Hotel & The London), Andrew Stanway, Kate Stanway and Angus Abrahams and is will mix classic, industrial style with a retro touch.
Fee Brothers is one of America’s great cocktailian family companies whose heritage stretches from before the Civil War to being the bitters of choice at a recent White House cocktail party.
When The Everleigh opened its doors in early July it was clear that Melbourne really did have its next big thing – this was after all the Australian connection to the fabled Milk & Honey’s. Heard of them?
What a night it was! This year’s Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards capped off a terrific, and action-packed, week of festivities. This year’s winners shone in front of a room full of their peers, and their hard work rewarded by industry recognition.