Dry July is garnering popularity throughout Australia, and the world, but going without alcohol for a month doesn’t mean you can’t still get creative with a non-alcoholic cocktail, or have the taste of beer or wine with so many innovative and like-tasting products on the market.
Let us know what you’ll be having to get you through Dry July.
Originally started in the United States, in Santa Cruz, California to be exact, Beer Day was begun with the purpose of celebrating the craft of brewing.
There’s plenty to celebrate on our shores, with Australia hosting more than 500 breweries. Find your favourite craft on tap or from your local bottle shop, raise your frothy and say cheers to beers.
Did you know that Australia is home to over 500 gins? That’s pretty impressive, and certainly worth celebrating! The incredible passion, hard work, innovation and ingenuity that goes into craft gin in this country is amazing, and why Australia is known as one of the best locations for gin.
From traditional styles, to funky flavours, to native botanicals, there’s something for everyone in Australian craft gin. We’d drink to that!
OK, some might argue that this is every day, but 19 October is in fact the International Gin & Tonic Day. With so many amazing gins on the market, from all over Australia and around the world, and increasing numbers of incredible tonics, why not work on some different combinations and thrill your guests with a different and enticing combination of this classic drink.
Is there anything better than a tasty, well balanced cocktail? We think not. World Cocktail Day is a time to appreciate the art of the cocktail and the innovator mixologists who create them. Celebrating this one is as fun for you as it is for the consumer – think special menus and experimental concoctions. Get inspired now with our cocktail recipe collection here.