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Indie Spirits Tasting Sydney is back for its sixth year and will be moving to the Potts Point Hotel. The event will be staged over 3 levels and feature 30-plus exhibitors and more than 100 brands. It’s the perfect way to kick off the 2021 Sydney Bar Week schedule.
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The team at Australian Bartender magazine are proud to announce that the Hottest 100 Aussie Spirits countdown is returning this year after a smash hit launch in 2020. The countdown is dedicated to recognising the hard work of our many local distilleries around the country.
We’re working hard with suppliers to reduce the financial pressure on bartenders by having complimentary and lower priced events, to make it easier for people to make it to town this year.
“We are positive that come September 2021 the industry will be well overdue for the country’s biggest annual trade event. I can’t wait to get back to Bar Week and reconnect with all our industry friends from around the country after the hell of 2020!” – David Spanton, Sydney Bar Week founder
It’s time to cast your vote in the Bartender Magazine Hottest 100 Aussie Spirits Countdown. Pick up to five brands from the list for you chance to win an Aussie spirits gift pack. Simple as that!
Since kicking off in 2015, the Indie Spirits Tasting has unearthed a bunch of Aussie craft spirits. Some of them have gone from little brand to taking a big chunk or their chosen market. One of these success stories is Four Pillars Gin.
One of the original brands to sign up to the Indie Spirits Tasting events was Applewood Distillery, which started in a little winery in the small town of Gumeracha in South Australia. A mission to swallow waste and push native ingredients has created a booming spirits business that’s all about ethics.
Over the last five years, the Indie Spirits Tasting has unearthed a bunch of little Australian brands that are grinding away, trying to stake their claim in the competitive Australian drinks market. Our first craft distillery profile for 2020 is Karu Distillery from the foot of the Blue Mountains in NSW
Karu Distillery is an independent, multi-award winning distillery that is hidden away at the mouth of the Devils Wilderness NSW.