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Here we take a look at the year, the bars, and the people who made it great — from January through to December, in pictures.
It’s the time of year we like to look back and take a broader view of the year that was, and take stock of 2017’s biggest stories on australianbartender.com.au.
With summer beginning tomorrow and spring well and truly sprung, we know you’re been busy keeping the public hydrated and comfortable. So in case you missed them, here’s six top reads from the month of November.
“Those who appreciate fine whisky in a relaxed, intimate small bar setting would sooner go without than be forced to dilute their favourite drop,” said Minister for Racing Paul Toole in a statement today.
When Chula, opens in mid-October, they’ve got an extra boost of talent with Agave Cartel founder and one of the country’s most knowledgeable agave aficionados, Reece Griffiths, heading up the drinks program.
The six ‘Perfectionists’ bartenders will battle it out in front of an expert panel of judges that will decide the winning cocktail on appearance, originality, service and most importantly flavour.
New Sydney bar The Duke of Clarence will open iin the alleyway where you find The Barber Shop and The Baxter Inn – here’s what to expect.
“We’re absolutely ecstatic winning an award in a category like this!” says Black Pearl’s Chris Hysted-Adams, who was in New Orleans with fellow Black Pearl bartender Nathan Beasley.
Editor Sam Bygrave rounds up the week’s highlights from australianbartender.com.au, and shares what he’s been reading (and listening to) to calm a serious case of Tales of the Cocktail envy.