The American Whiskey Show Sydney

Saturday 24 August 2024

Overview

Sampling of all whiskies is included in the ticket price. Two epic sessions to choose from. Your ticket includes over 100 different whiskeys from all over United States, Canada and North America…

Sampling of all whiskies is included in the ticket price. Two epic sessions to choose from.

Your ticket includes over 100 different whiskeys from all over United States, Canada and North America. All your favourite brands and distilleries will be there along with a number of bottlings new to the Australian market.

Each session spans four hours, giving you plenty of time to browse all the exhibitors, learn about each distillery and try their whiskeys, relax in our pop-up bar area with beer, the band and offerings from a food truck.

Get the opportunity to try brands and whiskeys never-before-seen in Australia, alongside all your favourites, and who knows, you may find a new one!

A whiskey tasting glass is provided on arrival, yours to keep. This is the key to your show, so keep it close.

Every Whiskey Show has a popup bottle shop, where you can purchase whiskeys you tasted at special show prices.

Plus rare whiskey bar, American food trucks, live music and more.

The Whisky Show is Australia's premiere whisky tasting festival, running for over 13 years bringing whisky fans together to taste new and exciting products on the market.

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