Kinglake Whisky is made with the distillery door open.
The result is a whiskey that could only be made in Kinglake.
Hurdle Creek Still.
The stillhouse is clad in reclaimed from the old Tawonga South General Store and shaded by a red gum from which the eucalyptus is used as an aromatic in gin making.
They use as many local ingredients as possible, including juniper, pink peppercorns, cinnamon, lemon and aniseed myrtles.
Backwoods Distilling Co.
Their whiskies aim to transport you to the forests of Yackandandah, while the gin invites you to take a walk in Victoria’s High Country.
Reed & Co Distillery.
They create from nature, both wild and nurtured, to produce flavours that are proudly North East.
Barking Owl Distilling Co is a true grain to glass experience.
They have a strong environmental focus and use local, often grown onsite, botanicals, including wattle seed, white kunzea, elderflower, bush thyme and chives.