The Sydney bar is recognised in the first of a series of special awards leading up to announcement of The World’s 50 Best Bars next month.
The Guangzhou bar is recognised for their in-depth guide on how to navigate business and stay afloat in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bar, brand and media personalities from Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Taipei, Bangkok, New Delhi and Kuala Lumpur made up this year’s list.
Avroko Group brings New York’s Ghost Donkey, Saxon + Parole, The Poni Room and Liquorette to New Zealand’s capital.
The program aims to build on local initiatives to support communities by aiding with equipment, digital skills and more.
The new non-profit organisation will support the cocktail community through industry initiatives, funding and education.
As one of the first cities in Asia outside of mainland China to resume some normality during the pandemic, Hong Kong is leading the charge in domestic guest shifts and takeovers.
Nantou Distillery’s single malt Omar uses Scottish techniques blended with Taiwanese terrior to create a unique whisky in the growing Taiwanese whisky category.
Shanghai chef Jamie Pea brings together Chinese botanical-packed Peddlers Gin and local oranges in a spiked spread.
Jigger & Pony (Singapore) has been named the Best Bar in Asia, and this year sees six new bars and India enter the list.
โอมาร์ (Omar) ซิงเกิลมอลต์วิสกี้จาก โรงกลั่นเหล้าหนันโถว (Nantou Distillery) ผสมผสานเทคนิคการผลิตจากสกอตแลนด์ เข้ากับคุณลักษณะที่เป็นเอกลักษณ์จากแตร์รัวร์ของไต้หวันเพื่อสร้างรสชาติที่แตกต่างท่ามกลางอุตสาหากรรมการผลิตวิสกี้ที่กำลังพัฒนาอย่างมาก
Shortly after announcing the Regional Top 10 Honourees, this year’s Spirited Awards has whittled down to its Top 10 Nominees, with 15 places going to Asia-based bars, personalities and a certain publication.
Last year’s winner of the “Legend of the List” award and Asia’s best bar in 2017 and 2018, Manhattan in Singapore is the recipient of the inaugural Michter’s Art of Hospitality Award 2020.
The bar’s commitment to sustainability, ethical sourcing and the wider community has been recognised once again.
Barbary Coast’s late night industry supper provides free meals to the wider hospitality community during tough times.
Some bar education platforms are already free, while others are providing free services to support the industry during this difficult time.
As the world battles tough times, help presents itself in many forms – these are some of the heroes in China you may not have heard of.
Kuala Lumpur-based independent bottler Eiling Lim talks whisky, sniffing out the best casks and the joys of being a woman in a male-dominated industry.
DRiNK talks with bar owners from two cities in Hubei province to see how China’s industry is coping at the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.
After almost three years of tight lipped development, Proof & Company has launched ecoSPIRITS – the company’s ground breaking solution to spirits packaging. CEO Paul Gabie reveals exclusively to DRiNK how it’s going to positively impact both the environment and the bar industry.
Origin at the Shangri-La, Singapore boasts a rum collection sourced from all over the world, complimented by unique in-house creations and blends.