This jazzy back-alley speakeasy has a whisky library and right now, its own whisky. Bar manager Greg Sanderson just created a special blend with Bakery Hill for their Bobby Burns cocktail. Melbourne.
Chapel Street's become a classy place to drink again, and that’s hugely thanks to this great bar. The single malts and Whisky Macs (50-50 whisky and Stone’s Ginger Wine) are as good as the taxidermy and pork hock fritters. Windsor.
The folks at the-bar-formerly-know-as-Chez-Regine know whisky. They've got almost 450 of 'em casting an amber glow on the bar along with a cask. They're the only bar licensed to sell the prestigious Scotch Malt Society's rare whiskies by the nip too - single cask numbers with excellent names like Pregnancy Tea Mix. Melbourme.
Cheese, cured meats, open fire and whisky? Colour us sold. Leigh Oliver is a whisky fanatic and a straight up dude. His collection includes bottles of gear from distilleries long closed down, and his bar (run with Tom Daniels) is the kind of place where rocking up solo for a Boilermaker (a dram with a beer chaser) is OK, and encouraged. Carlton.
Inside Huxtaburger, once you’ve ventured past the counter, the queues lining the counter, the burgers and the fridge, you’ll find a bar. And inside that bar, you'll find jazz, dusky lighting, and an bunch of whisky for $9 a measure and Murray's Whale Ale for chasers. Boom. Collingwood.
Leather lounges; poker on Mondays and cigars that you can smoke inside. This is a proper old world whisky den. Get premium membership and you’ll get your own whisky locker. On July 2, they’re hosting a Jack Daniel's night for American Independence Day. Hawthorn.
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