For the Love of Sydney…Grab A Ticket

Following the success of the 20,000 strong turnout for the ‘Don’t Kill Live Music’ rally. The Night Time Industries Association has announced a fundraising gig to kick off their campaign, Unite for the Night. The concert will be held on the 7th of March at the Metro Theatre in Sydney. The night will entail stand-up…

“Passion For Making The World Sparkle”

Jan-Hendrik Boerse is the Senior Vice President of Henkell & Co. Global, the world’s largest sparkling wine producer, having purchased 50.67% of Freixenet’s shares last year. Boerse has more than ten years of industry experience as a professional for corporate mergers & acquisitions, and with Henkell & Co. he has found a business that matches…

A Bar Dedicated to Chicken Wings and Beer is Open in Sydney!

The aptly named Wings x Tins has opened in the inner city Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst, and is the city’s first bar dedicated to buffalo wings and ice cold tinnies (cans for the Victorians). All we could think was, why on hasn’t this been done before? Here chicken wings are the order of the day and…

Omission Beer Hold First Beer Yoga Session in Melbourne

Yoga and …beer, yes, you heard right! On the wave of goat yoga, dog yoga and a plethora of others, America’s Omission Beer, the US’ number one selling gluten free beer brand, has hosted the first beer yoga session at The Emerson in Melbourne. Held on July 11, the 45-minute session on the rooftop featured 20…

Coke launch new No Sugar Coca-Cola

Coke has a new member of the family, Coca-Cola No Sugar.  Years of research were dedicated to creating the latest sugar-free Coke that has been designed to tastes as close to the original coca-cola as possible. To celebrate, Coke will give away more than two million free samples, making it their biggest ever giveaway in Australia,…

50+ of Australia’s Best Wines Under One Roof for $35

It’s not everyday you can taste 50+ of the best Australian wines in one place. Even more rare is being able to taste them all for just $35. This June, the Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) and Wine Australia will unveil the top wines selected by the Somms of the World during their recent tour…

A Night With the Nail

Iconic Scotch whisky liqueur Drambuie are whisking us back to the glitz and glamour of 1960s New York City with their newest bar experience. Their 5-week event, ‘A Night with the Nail’, will be on every Friday night at Brisbane’s The Walrus Club starting June 2nd to celebrate the revival of the brand’s signature cocktail…

Beer Yoga? Rocks Brewing Co and Brewhouse Shala Yoga Combine Our Two Loves

Calling all yogis and beer enthusiasts! Rocks Brewing Co and Brewhouse Shala Yoga are bringing together our two loves, hosting yoga classes in a brewery with a refreshing beer to finish. Awesome. Instructor Kate Houlahan will be running classes every Tuesday for the month of May, beginning on the 9th. Held between 6 – 7pm, tickets include…

So Many Cocktails, So Little Time! Top 10 World Class Cocktail Week Events

World Class Cocktail Week is returning for its biggest edition ever, with over 100 events running from 7 May 2017 across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and culminating on World Cocktail Day 13 May 2017. So many cocktails, so little time! We’ve put together our top 10 picks for this year’s festivities. 1) Cocktails in Your…

Carlsberg Re-Brews the 133 Year-Old Father of Modern Beer

Carlsberg has rebrewed its original lager from 1883, the beer that is considered the father of most modern-day lagers. The 133-year-old beer utilised original pure yeast, revolutionising the world’s beer brewing. Back then, brewing beer was an unpredictable process that resulted in undrinkable beer due to the widespread phenomenon called ‘beer sickness’. Carlsberg’s discovery of…

24 Hours in Dubai? Here’s Our Guide on Where to Drink

Love it or hate it, there’s nowhere quite like Dubai – exciting, brash, seemingly changing by the second. In fact, stand still long enough and someone will surely build a speciality restaurant or kick ass vegan juice bar around you, which is convenient if a little confusing at times. However, more than anywhere else, it…