We’re joined on the podcast by Dan Woolley, founder of Byron Bay-based Highwayman Whisky, which released its first bottlings in 2020.
Distillers should be making their base spirit rom scratch if they want to be considered craft or artisan producers, says Hurdle Creek Still founder Simon Brooke-Taylor.
Base spirit supplier to many Australian distilleries, Manildra Group, maintains “the highest commitment to sustainability”, a company spokesperson says.
Former fashion and beauty executive Julie Otter joins us on the podcast to discuss the origins of Otter Craft Distilling, which she founded with her brother Eduard in 2019.
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.
Four Pillars has gone to India for the fourth product in its collaboration series, Spice Trade Gin, produced in partnership with Mumbai distillery Stranger & Sons.
In this podcast interview with acclaimed food and drink writer Harold McGee, we explore why it is that the aromas of drinks often remind us of other things.
Holly Klintworth, head distiller at Bass and Flinders Distillery on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, joins us on the podcast for a discussion about Australian brandy.
Young Henrys’ new head distiller, Carla Daunton, joins us on the podcast for a chat about the evolution of the company’s Noble Cut Gin.
Mobius Distilling Company has picked up the Champion Liqueur Trophy at the RASV’s Australian Distilled Spirit Awards for its Moreau Apple Pie Liqueur.