BarShow Week Exhibition 2011 at the Hordern Pavilion

Sydney BarShow Week saw over 40 exhibitors showcasing more than 90 brands and services at the Hordern Pavilion. The BarShow brought together many visitors from across Australia and guests who travelled from the corners of the globe. Apart from industry friends getting together there was also an extensive range of seminars held over the two days.

The Bundaberg Distillatorium, truly Ursa Major, was a blend of history, rum and bear with a touch of Jules Verne. At Jameson Irish Whiskey, those with an artistic bent were happy to donate their bodies as living canvases for Bondi Ink to tattoo to their hearts’ content.

The 2011 Sydney BarShow Week was held from 11 to 14 September. Below are some of the highlights of the BarShow’s exhibition.

Jameson Irish Whiskey

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Jameson Irish Whiskey Stand with Ben Davidson (L) of Pernod Ricard

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Jameson bar

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Jameson 18 year old

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Whiskey and Ink at the Jameson stand

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Max Greco of Eau-de-Vie bar tattooed by Bondi Ink

BarShow Sydney 2011
Jameson’s Sine Metu tattoo in progress

Jameson tasting with Brian Nation, Jameson Whiskey Distiller and Ambassador was held there in the afternoon.

Bundaberg Distilling Company

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Bundaberg’s ‘Distillatorium’ – winner of the ‘Best Large Stand of the Year’ award

BarShow Week 2011
Inside Bundaberg’s Distillatorium

BarShow Week 2011
Inside Bundaberg’s Distillatorium

BarShow Week 2011
Bundaberg Rum and the legendary Bear

Smirnoff

BarShow Week 2011
Smirnoff stand

BarShow Week 2011
David Beatty of Behind Bars and activated charcoal filtration

Schweppes Australia

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The Schweppes stand – Schweppes Elixir Batanga Face Off winner was Jose Cuervo Tradicional

BarShow Sydney 2011
The Batanga… Explore your dark side

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Schweppes Elixir salts

BarShow Sydney 2011
Dr Phil (Phil Gandevia) of Eau-de-Vie Bar and Eau de Vie Apothecary

Jose Cuervo

BarShow Sydney 2011
The popular Jose Cuervo stand, with the guys from Emmilou Tapas Bar on the right

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Tasting session in progress

BarShow Week 2011
Jose Cuervo Platino, Jose Cuervo Tradicional and Jose Cuervo Reserva

Check out our review of the José Cuervo Tequila Tasting with Don Francisco Hajnal which includes the 250 year old tequila.

Baranows Emporium

BarShow Week 2011
Ben Baranow of Baranows Emporium

BarShow Week 2011
Elements of Islay Whisky and Diplomatico Rum Ambassador

Other Exhibitors

BarShow Sydney 2011
Caorunn Scottish Gin stand – winner of the ‘Best Small Stand of the Year’ award

BarShow Week 2011
Caorunn Scottish Gin

BarShow Week 2011
Cariel Vodka

BarShow Week 2011
Think Spirits

BarShow Week 2011
Bar Blades

BarShow Week 2011
Grandeur Brew

BarShow Sydney 2011
More ink at the Jameson stand

BarShow Week 2011
Lex Buckle of New Brighton Hotel in Manly – Sol Beer fridge

BarShow Week 2011
The Vodka Theatre

Congratulations to all the winners of the Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards 2011, in particular those with whom we have often crossed paths: Eau-De-Vie Bar for ‘Cocktail Bar of the Year’ and ‘Best Marketed Venue’; Robb Sloan of Reserve Brands for ‘Brand Ambassador of the Year’; Diageo Alchemy for ‘Training Program of the Year’ and The Victoria Room for ‘Best Drink Selection’.

More photographs of the BarShow Exhibition at the Hordern Pavilion are available on our Facebook page where you can tag yourself.

Sydney Bar Show Week
http://barshow.com.au

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Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.

7 Comments:

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  2. I’ve heard ‘Shady’ things about that Jameson stand ;)

  3. I recognised that Dr Phil guy from another post you did. You’re making him famous. :) Loved the Jameson stand. All looked very lively.
    Julia

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