Drinks Diary | June/July 2022

Upcoming craft spirits and cocktail events in Melbourne and across Victoria that are worth your time. – The Espresso Martini Party Saturday 18th June Booze meet beans. It might be coming up to World Martini Day but Mr Black Spirits and Industry Beans plan to take over the night instead. […]

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Drinks Diary | February/March 2022

After the past two years, I needed a G&T and a (lengthy) lie down. But now, DrinkMelbourne’s back for 2022. Here are the local craft spirits and cocktail events that I think are worth your time. I Hart Rum Sunday 20th February 2022, 12-3pm & 3.30-6.30pm Distillers from across Australia […]

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Un Festival de Agave in Melbourne!

September sees a perfect storm for the agave curious and those already converts to agave spirits; mezcal, raicilla – and the most famous/infamous – tequila, among them. We are in the midst of Mezcal Week right now (8-15th Sep), then comes Mexican Independence Day (16th Sep), that date toasting to […]

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What’s On | August 2019

  Here are the most drinkable events happening all around Melbourne this month! Don’t forget to follow our events page on Facebook for all the latest thirst-quenching happenings. – 1. Spirit of the Wild Embrace – rather than endure – the final month of winter at The Boatbuilder’s Yard pop-up.  Heat up […]

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Upcoming Events | June 2019

Here are the most delectably drinkable events happening around Melbourne in June! Don’t forget to follow our events page on Facebook for all the latest thirst-quenching happenings. 1. World Gin Day This global movement is simply about enjoying gin. What more do we need? How about gin-driven dinners, pop-ups, distillery tours and […]

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Upcoming Events | May 2019

Winter Igloo Garden at The Auburn Hotel Here’s where to go and what to drink in May! Follow our events page on Facebook for all the latest thirst-quenching happenings. — 1. Winter Igloo Garden A collection of translucent (all the better for people-watching) igloos will pop up in The Auburn […]

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