Balvenie celebrates Australian Craft in Sydney

Start Date: 17 Nov 2014

End Date: 20 Nov 2014

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Sydney is set to host the popular Balvenie craft bar this month, a celebration of quality Australian craftsmanship and the world’s most handcrafted single malt Scotch whisky, The Balvenie.

The pop-up bar will transform into a Museum of Craft where visitors can admire the expert handywork of twelve different craftspeople, presenting their diverse skills in a shared public space. Guests will enjoy music from handmade instruments while sampling the smooth Balvenie range.


Among the talented craftspeople showcasing their work at The Balvenie Craft Bar are:

Allan Tomkins, guitar maker
Mark Riley, surfboard maker
Keith Marshall, bicycle maker
Cinnamon Lee, metal worker
Andrew McDonald, show maker
David Cummins, furniture maker
Senden Blackwood, stone sculptor
Nick Haddow, cheese maker
Andrew Simpson, boat builder
David Sleishman, drum maker
Cali Anderson, book binder
Daniel Jones, tailor

When: Monday 17 to Thursday 20 November, 2014. 4pm - 6pm each day.

Where: Zenith Interiors, Lansdowne street entrance, corner of Lansdowne street and Marlborough street, Surrey Hills