Enjoy the Brogan’s Way range, including a new-release Barrel Aged Negroni
Brogan’s Way is joining distilleries from around Victoria at the very first Holy Water Festival, a brand new ticketed event dedicated entirely to showcasing quality local spirits.
In exciting news, the family-owned boutique distillery will be launching their latest expression, a bottled Barrel Aged Negroni at the Holy Water Festival, made with their Everyday Salvation Gin, sweet Australian Vermouth and a locally made bitter that has been aged in in re-coopered, ex-Australian red wine casks. Only 120 bottles of this third batch of aged Negroni have been produced and, like the previous releases, they are set to sell out quickly.
The Holy Water Festival will debut from Friday, August 26th – Sunday, August 28th, with sessions broken into four, four-hour windows. During these sessions guests will get the chance to sample some of Brogan’s Way’s small scale gins straight or with a mixer, purchase a freshly-made cocktail to sip on during the festival and meet the Richmond distillers behind the brand. Gin-lovers will also be able to shop the Brogan’s Way bottled gin range to take home and enjoy with family and friends.
More than 30 of Victoria’s best distillers will be exhibiting their gins at the festival, with ticketed gin masterclasses running daily. Food trucks, an oyster bar and antipasto stations will be on hand to keep ticket holders fed, along with live music programmed by the famed Lulie Tavern in Abbotsford to set the vibe.
Tickets are $65pp and include entry, a branded tasting glass, unlimited tastings, live entertainment and the opportunity to sit by the fire and enjoy a cocktail or two with friends. Online bookings are essential.
What: Brogan’s Way to exhibit at Holy Water Festival
Where: Seaworks, 82 Nelson Pl, Williamstown VIC
When: Friday, August 26th – Sunday, August 28th, 2022
Why: To explore the range of family-owned boutique distillery Brogan’s Way products at the inaugural Holy Water Festival dedicated to showcasing Victoria’s best distilleries
Cost: Tickets are $65 per person