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Tag: Ollie Margan
Twenty years on, Erica is looking to evolve the status of women in the industry. Together with local venue owner Marcus Motteram of Hains & Co. the concept of ‘Pouring Ribbons’ was born. A liquor focused, education and networking platform “by women, for women.”
Across August and September, Maybe Mae will be hosting a series of pop ups in support of the Melbourne bar industry called Melbourne, Maybe?
Maybe Mae’s Ollie Margan shares some advice on making a career in the industry, his thoughts on the ideal bar experience, the trends we’ll see this year and more.
At Sydney Bar Week, Margan and three Maybe Mae bartenders are coming to town to give us all a taste of what they do with their Waste-Free Weekend at This Must Be The Place.
Here, get a look inside at the good-looking West at Henley and check out Ollie Margan;s thoughts about the rooftop beachside bar at Henley beach, and the challenges of working across multiple venues.
“Cocktail-wise we will be repurposing a lot of ingredient ‘waste’ from Maybe Mae and the Shobosho kitchen,” Margan says. “There will be no Boston shakers, with everything batched and built – [for] minimal perishable usage.”