Nils Boese’s bar is owned, operated and staffed solely by himself, has no menus, and is closed whenever he’s out of town. He’s got no contract — which is how likes it — but is the unofficial Jägermeister Global Brand Ambassador, and is clearly doing things his own way.
Month: October 2017
Now in its second year, Enter The Dragon broadened its scope to include not only Australian hopefuls but New Zealand’s elite, making this a truly trans-Tasman competition. Competitors were also tasked with using Australian native flavours in their cocktail creations.
Horrocks tell us a bit more about the project and the journey that he’s been on.
It’s that time of year again, when the Small Bar Association of WA asks the public to vote for their favourite WA small bars.
Former Eau de Vie bartender Tom Egerton on how he made the move to Hong Kong and the challenges of bringing sustainable bar ideas to a city not exactly known for its anti-waste attitudes
These New Zealand gins boast a sense of place, and are set to challenge how people think about classic gins — read more from the makers themselves on how they did it (they even made their own still).
Made to measure suiting and clothing, we’re told, just fits better than anything you get off the rack. Well, new Brisbane bar The Cloakroom is taking a similar approach to its drinks.
It might have what is the longest entryway into a bar in Sydney, but when you head through a door on Pitt street, skip down a flight of stairs, and come to a large, golden pineapple door knock, you will have found new Sydney bar Door Knock.
Buffalo Trace Distillery dominates the American Whisky Category, according to Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2018, winning the top prize of World Whisky of the Year.
Beneath Driver Lane is a new Melbourne bar on the way from Hamish Goonetilleke, the guy behind Fitzroy’s Rum Diary Bar.