In this opening episode of Season Nine, we introduce you to That Boutique-y Whisky Company’s Sam Simmons and Dave Worthington.
Adelaide Hills Distillery AKA 78 Degrees has reaffirmed its intention of establishing a new category of Australian whisky made using native grains, after picking up a major trophy at the World Whiskies Awards 2021.
It’s the botanical that defines gin and yet distillers rarely discuss the origins of their juniper, says the founder of Kenya’s first gin distillery.
Organisers are tipping a bumper Good Beer Week this May as the Melbourne event celebrates its tenth anniversary, while making up for lost time.
Mikey Enright, Julian Train and Tim Stones join us on the podcast to discuss their new venture Hickson House Distilling, coming to Sydney CBD in June 2021.
Despite COVID-19 disruptions, the popularity of gin and tonics has driven another strong year for Fever-Tree Australia.
Willie Smith’s Cider will become the foundation jersey partner of the NBL’s newest club, the Tasmania JackJumpers.
There are two legal avenues open to Australian distillers should they decide to challenge the controversial Archie Rose whisky patent, an expert says.
Karli Small joins us on the podcast to discuss her brewing career that has included stints at West End Brewery in Adelaide, Bell’s Brewery in North America and now The Grifter Brewing Co in Sydney.
Handpicked Wines made its debut Tasmanian chardonnay with fruit sourced from its Auburn Road Vineyard in Tamar Valley, acquired in 2018.