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As a team of passionate new world distillers, Archie Rose Distilling Co. is dedicated to honouring our rich spirit-making past, and shaping its future with the launch of the first distillery in the City of Sydney in over a century and a half. We...more
Hours Today: 12:00 PM - 11:30 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
85 Dunning Ave, Sydney, New South Wales 2018, Australia
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Had the chance to visit n join the tour during my visit in Sydney. Location isn’t very ideal for a tourist with limited public transport service to bring u there. However, the place is a must for Gin lover. During the tour, was introduced to...More
Was taken there by a friend of mine. He really likes the place, often comes here by himself. Of course, I like the vibe here too! Although the bar is small and doesn’t have many seatings, it doesn’t stop you from grabbing a glass of...More
We had an amazing tour of a fabulous Sydney based distillery. Learnt a lot about gin and whisky making and the Sydney background. Tastings were amazing, we then had some fabulous cocktails, well worth the visit. We loved it
with Haden. I know learned so much about gin. How it's made and how to drink it. They also make whiskey. We sampled 4 different samples. 2 gin 1 rye and 1 vodka. What a treat !!
Really cool place to grab a drink
I loved the vibe and ethos of this place. We did a tour and I loved the values communicated about this place. We had the cheese platter...yum! We also had a few cocktails, all excellent. Staff were attentive and personal. We will be going back.
The tour was really interesting and included a few unique elements, including tasting the different grains that the whisky is made from and tasting the unaged spirit prior to going into barrels.
You should probably plan on catching a bus or Uber... You'll understand when...More