Jägermeister recruited six of Sydney’s finest to create a drink that best compliments this German favourite. Take a look at what Burrow Bar’s Jet Hauge came up with.
Paul Hammond is the guy at the helm of Sydney cocktail bar, Bulletin Place, and has the enviable — or unenviable, depending on your mindset — task of maintaining the high standards and dedication to hospitality that has seen the bar crowned as the Cocktail Bar of the Year an unprecedented four years in a row.
2017 saw James Connolly crack the Top 10 of the Bartender Magazine Most Influential List sponsored by Angostura aromatic bitters for the first time at the number 10 spot, and here he talks about trends for 2018, how he got his start behind the bar, and more.
2017 saw Hayley Morison crack the Top 10 of the Bartender Magazine Most Influential List sponsored by Angostura aromatic bitters for the first time, landing at number nine.
“I’m trying to expand my skill set outside making drinks, which includes welding and carpentry, which will see me renovate a lot of the bar by myself,” says The Beaufort’s Dave Kerr.
Sam Egerton had quite the year in 2017; he went from running Merivale’s cocktail bar,…
Ryan Lane is the man running one of Australia’s best bars, The Gresham — you…
Tash Conte is the owner of Melbourne bar Black Pearl, and 2017 was another great…
Michael Madrusan is doing great stuff, and this year enters the Top 10 Most Influential List sponsored by Angostura aromatic bitters at number four on the list. Below he discusses the trends he wants to see take place in 2018 and more.
Here we take a look at the year, the bars, and the people who made it great — from January through to December, in pictures.