The Tasmanian Spirit Showcase 2022
Sat, 13 August 2022, Princes Wharf 1
Two sessions: 2- 5pm and 6 – 9pm
Tasmanian Spirit Showcase ticket holders receive a TWW tote bag, bottle of water and a TWW Glencairn whisky glass.
Taste your way around Tasmania at Princes Wharf 1 (PW1) with over 30 distillers showcasing their whisky and spirits.
Find your favourite brands and distillers and enjoy special Tasmanian Whisky Week releases they offer.
Distillers showcasing their products are: Adam’s Distillery, Belgrove, Bright Night Gin, Callington Mill, Charles Oates, Charles Reuben Estate, Derwent Distillery, Drifters End Distillery, Edge of the World Distillery, Furneaux Distillery, Hellfire Bluff, Hellyers Road Distillery, Hobart Whisky, Hunnington Whisky, Iron House Distillery, Killara Distillery, King Island Distillery, Lark Distilling Co, Launceston Distillery, Lawrenny Estate, Lower Marsh Distillery, McHenry, New Norfolk Distillery, Old Kempton Distillery, Overeem Whisky, Section 44 Distillery, South Arm Distillery, Spirit Thief Distilling Co, Spring Bay Distillery, Summerleas Distillery, Tasmanian Whisky Selectors, Turners Stillhouse, Waubs Harbour and Wellington Park Distillery.
The Tasmanian Cask Company is a specialised spirit barrel cooperage based in the heart of the Tasmanian distilleries. Find out why charring matters, the impact of charring Vs toasting and the different levels of charring in this spectacular demonstration at the Tasmanian Spirits Showcase.
LiquorLipsChocolate will also be showcasing their amazing array of Tasmanian whisky filled chocolate.
Limited to 20 pax. First in best dressed! Register when you enter the Showcase.
Join these special workshops – only during the first session of 2pm to 5pm
The workshops run for 15 minutes.
2.15pm The Role of Cask Maturation
Presented by Ally Bhana and Laura Hay from Sullivan’s Cove.
Ally and Laura will take you through expressions of Sullivan’s Cove new make, cask sample from a young cask and a fully matured American Oak ex-bourbon release.
3.15pm Distillery contrast: Launceston and Hobart
Presented by Mark Teague of @WhiskyIsmyJam
Launceston Distillery and Hobart Whisky present both a new make sample and an ex-bourbon expression. Mark will take you through the nuances of each and explain the differences in these interesting expressions.
4.15pm Single Pot Still Masterclass
Presented by Johnny Halton of Transportation Whiskey
Hunter Island New Make and an Irish single pot still