The Wild Rover is throwing an Irish Whiskey Fair — all for a good cause

The Wild Rover is holding an Irish Whiskey Fair. Photo:
The Wild Rover is holding an Irish Whiskey Fair. Photo:

March is approaching, and that means Irish whiskey is going to be a pouring, particularly on St Patrick’s Day. To celebrate the week of St Paddy’s, though, Sydney bar The Wild Rover is kicking things off with an Irish Whiskey Fair — and it’s all for a good cause.

They’ll be hosting two sessions on Monday the 13th of March — one in the afternoon, and one in the evening — at which you’ll be able to sample a whole raft of Irish whiskeys. Tickets are going from just $20 a pop, and all profits are being donated to Darkness Into Light, a charity which shines light on mental health issues, and first began in Ireland.

The afternoon session is put on with the hospo family firmly in mind — it runs from 3pm to 5pm, giving you plenty of time to have an adequate craic before getting to work.

Tickets are available via The Whiskey Co-Operative website here.

What: Irish Whiskey Fair 2017
When: 3pm – 5pm and 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Where: The Wild Rover, 75 Campbell St Surry Hills NSW 2010
Why: Raise funds for ‘Darkness Into Light’, the annual sunrise walk aimed at highlighting the issue of mental health and suicide among all people.
Cost: $20 (afternoon session) and $30 (evening session) includes entry, ten tasting tokens, Irish Whiskey Fair tasting glass and the opportunity to purchase whiskey at a great price.

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