Where to find Archie Rose this season
We’re proud to be a part of Australia’s bustling arts and culture scene, and this season is full of opportunities to enjoy our award-winning spirits across the country.
5 August - 22 August
Archie Rose has partnered with Australia’s hottest winter arts festival, and to commemorate the occasion we’ve created a vibrant Darwin Festival 2021 Tailored Gin. The zesty blend includes juniper, sunrise lime, lemon myrtle and orange peel.
27 July - 10 October
You’ll want to book into this immersive, magnificently macabre theatre experience, not least because you can enjoy it with an Archie Rose cocktail in hand. Book your tickets and use the exclusive code ARCHIEROSE20 to receive a 20% discount on all tickets. Book now and don’t miss out on an evening of decadence and delight!
27- 28 August
Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art is celebrating its European Masterpieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York exhibition across two jam-packed nights featuring live music, DJs, and bars serving up our spirits.
2 - 5 September
After a fantastic turnout in Sydney earlier this year, Fever-Tree Gin & Tonic Festival is heading to Brisbane. We’ll be there with plenty of our favourite gins for you to sip, sample, and take home to enjoy.
12 Jun 2021 – 26 Jan 2022
Part two of the NGA’s trailblazing Know My Name exhibition is now open, and we encourage you all to make the trip. This initiative is so important for recognising the contribution of Australia’s women artists and you can read why here. As one of NGA’s cultural partners, we are proud to support the movement with our #KNOWMYNAME Tailored Gin.
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