From pushing boundaries to finding common ground, Archie Rose Founder Will Edwards and ST. ALi owner Salvatore Malatesta share why they came together to create a coffee whisky that’s blasphemous by name, not by nature.
In the lead up to Mardi Gras and International Women’s Day, Archie Rose Head of Hospitality Harriet Leigh shares how these celebrations of diversity and inclusion helped her find her community, and why this year, more than ever, she’s filled with pride.
The National Gallery of Australia’s powerhouse exhibition Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 To Now was due to launch in May, but 2020 had other plans. With the gallery doors open once more, we spoke to Archibald Prize-winning artist Yvette Coppersmith and the NGA's Head of Australian Art Dr Deborah Hart about the significance of the exhibition, and how it has shifted over the past few months.
If you’re on the hunt for a new local spot, or are lucky enough to be road tripping across state lines, let the Archie Rose team inspire your summer holiday itinerary with their pick of Australia’s best watering holes, culinary delights and cultural institutions.
From home cook to cult café owner and author of three recipe books, Alex Elliott-Howery of Cornersmith shifted her approach to food and never looked back. In the lead up to Christmas, Alex shares her thoughts on how we can all move towards a more sustainable kitchen at home.
It’s no surprise that our annual retrospective looks a little different this year. 2020, you came, you conquered, and you changed the way we think about everything from community to cocktails and connecting with the world around us.
The National Gallery of Australia’s new and necessary initiative was a chance for Archie Rose to leverage the power of our bottle labels in order to throw some serious support behind Australian women artists.
To celebrate the launch of Single Malt Whisky, we thought there’s no better time to chat with our friendly Brand Ambassador team to get the lowdown on some of the defining traits of Australian Single Malt Whisky.
With international travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, we wanted to turn our attention back to supporting small communities hit twice by the 2019-2020 bushfires and COVID-19. It’s all in the simple act of exploring (and spending money in) one’s own backyard.
With bars around the country now slowly welcoming locals back as restrictions ease, we thought we'd reach out to our brand ambassadors in every state, from Tasmania to Western Australia, for their essential list of bars to throw your support behind.
Our partnerships manager, Helen Maidens, makes a strong case as to why it’s more important than ever to support the arts, including an impressive list offering a virtual collection of exhibitions, archival footage and performances to dive into this weekend.
In the month of March, we lost most of our shared spaces, our cultural and culinary institutions.
Our head of hospitality, Harriet Leigh writes about the loss of our most loved venues, the enlivening work by our friends in cultural institutions plus Archie Rose's "pivot" to keep our much-loved bar team.
Alongside all Australians, we were heartbroken by this summer’s bushfires. Some of our suppliers, fellow distillers, customers and friends lost their farms, facilities and homes, facing incredible hardship as they begin to rebuild their lives.
Australia is home to some of the best watering holes in the world – and no – we’re not just talking about those worth swimming in. With the help of our team, we’ve crafted the ultimate list of places to sink a drink (or two) around our great nation...
Dr Edwina Throsby has an enviable, yet jam-packed role. As the Sydney Opera House’s Head of Talks & Ideas, she’s responsible for the curation of the Opera House’s boundary-pushing programs and festivals including All About Women and Antidote. Needless to say, her daily routine is impressive. Here’s a closer look . . .
From NYE fireworks to research projects on marine biodiversity in Sydney Harbour, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to this Australian landmark. In the spirit of our latest twin-gin release with the Sydney Opera House (on sale now!), we spoke with five incredible team members to get the inside scoop...
Like Gin & Tonic or vodka and fresh-pressed watermelon juice, Archie Rose spirits and Australian culture are better enjoyed together. Over the past 18 months, we’ve had the privilege of collaborating with cultural leaders across the country, designing custom cocktails and spirits to support over 25 partnerships.
With our first two batches of Rye Malt Whisky selling out in hours, we’re not the only ones going mad for malt. In the spirit of our latest release, we sat down with two of Australia’s most formidable bartenders and self-professed whisky paramours.
The days are getting longer, our weekends are packed with swims and sunshine, and we’re on the hunt for the best spots to cool down with a well-made drink. Luckily we’re seasoned drinkers here at Archie Rose, so we thought we’d share our tried-and-tested solutions for summer boozing, depending on what you’re looking for...
We are absolutely delighted to be partnering with A Midnight Visit, the part choose-your-own-adventure, part film-set, part performance, part sound-world, part playground and all parts absorbing large-scale immersive theatre experience based around Edgar Allan Poe.
I always wanted to make Australian gins and Australian whiskies, plural. It was part of the plan from the very beginning. And what most people wouldn’t realise is that we’ve been distilling and laying down casks of whisky since we started Archie Rose in 2014.
Harriet Leigh sat down with SMWS Brand Ambassador Matt Bailey and Archie Rose Master Distiller Dave Withers to find out more about what brought these two bodies together. It turns out the answer was whisky.
For a job that involves a lot of alcohol, our day starts surprisingly early. It’s a character-building experience routinely interrogating high-proof distillate before many people have had their second cup of coffee for the morning, but the Archie Rose team and myself view alcohol slightly differently to many others.
Hosting some of Australia’s best bartenders during our Bartender of the Month series is a pleasure and a treat. With the calibre of talent behind the bar to date, staff and customers alike have been treated to some serious new flavours. Read on to find out who’s been working their magic behind the Archie Rose bar.
When Archie Rose launched in March last year, we had a goal to not only create a unique range of spirits but to share our knowledge and love of distilling with you. Our daily distillery tours have been a phenomenal success, with over 10,000 tours through the distillery to date. Read on to learn more.
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Archie Rose Distilling Co. acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and emerging traditional custodians of the lands on which we work and live, the Gweagal, Bidjigal and Gadigal Clans and the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation.