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New Limited Release Chocolate Liqueur

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GIN AND VODKA MADE ABOVE A ROCKY COASTAL OUTCROP

Meet the standout local drinks brands that were voted the state’s favourites as part of the BWS Local Luvvas initiative.     Potatoes might not be as synonymous with Tasmania as apples,...

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Aussies win big at the San Francisco World Spir...

Australian distillers have been well represented at this year’s San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC), with 100 different local products picking up gold or double gold medals. Nicknamed ‘The Oscars...

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BWS Announces Local Luvva Winners

The results are in from BWS’s Local Luvva campaign, which saw customers vote for the local drinks they wanted to see more of in store. Nearly 300 producers in the...

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Melbourne’s epic Juniperlooza announces 2020 pr...

At The Boatbuilders Yard and Polly Woodside in Melbourne, the popular festival rounded up 23 boutique gin producers.   Taking over The Boatbuilders Yard and Polly Woodside in Melbourne, the...

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Whisky and vodka flow as Tasmanian farmers embr...

When it comes to farming, change ensures long-term survival. That’s the case for two very different Tasmanian farms diversifying into alcohol production, particularly Lawrenny, a historic farm dating back to...

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Tasmania quenching Australian gin thirst as dis...

Ruby Daly from the Hellfire Bluff Distillery is turning potatoes into gin.via ABC News: Annah Fromberg It seems Australians have a renewed thirst for gin, and Tasmania is answering the...

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Quality from the paddock to the bottle as exces...

Quality from the paddock to the bottle as excess spuds get vodka treatment. ABOUT 60 tonnes of potatoes a year from a Marion Bay farming family are now finding themselves...

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Dunalley farmers diversify in order to survive ...

What do two Australian farmers of the year, a dairy farmer, a potato grower and an IT expert have in common?  Like many Tasmanians, Matt Dunbabin’s life has changed dramatically...

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Beaut way to use the ugliest spuds

Gerard and Susie Daly grow about 5000 tonnes of Nicola, Pink Eye and Red Rascal potatoes a year on their 530ha Dunalley farm. A MARION Bay farming family has created...

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