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WIN! The Whisky Show: Breakout Edition Tickets

In-person events are officially back people! The Whisky Show is celebrating by putting on a bonus Whisky Show for Sydney Whisky Week Returns in 2022 with 9 Epic Days of Free Whisky!. We’re pleased to announce that we’ve managed to secure two sets of double passes to this exciting (and limited) post-lockdown event.

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After throwing a handful of exciting virtual whisky tasting sessions, our friends over at The Whisky Show thought nows as good a time as ever to throw a ‘Breakout Edition’ in-person whisky festival. Set to feature over 40 different whiskies, most new to the Australian market this year. There’s more than enough Australian exclusives and limited edition runs to keep even the most mature enthusiast satisfied, and they’ve even thrown a few bottlings that have just landed on taste too.

Choose from any one of five sessions:

  • Session 1: Friday 12, Nov @ 4PM – 6PM (60 tickets) 
  • Session 2: Friday 12, Nov @ 7PM – 9PM (60 tickets) 
  • Session 3: Saturday 13, Nov @ 12PM – 2PM (60 tickets) 
  • Session 4: Saturday 13, Nov @ 3PM – 5PM (60 tickets) 
  • Session 5: Saturday 13, Nov @ 6PM – 8PM (60 tickets)

Trialling a smaller format show while restrictions are still on the cards, The Whisky Show: Breakout Edition will run for two days on 12th & 13th November 2021. You’ll find 300 whisky enthusiasts and lovers sampling and buying 40 different whiskies from 16 brands under one roof.

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WIN 1 of 2 Double Passes to The Whisky Show: Breakout Edition in Sydney

What you’ll win: two double passes/tickets (total of 4 tickets) to The Whisky Show: Breakout Edition.

The show will play host to a new, more intimate tasting format, with 5 sessions over the two days. Each tasting session is 2 hours long, with 2 large rooms dedicated to whisky to taste your way through. A whisky tasting glass is provided on arrival that you can take home.

“We have capped each session to only 60 tickets, meaning fewer crowds and more time to enjoy whisky. There will be plenty of seating available and time to enjoy the whisky per stand,” said David Ligoff, founder of The Whisky Show.

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Amongst a variety of tastings, the show will allow attendees the chance to chat whiskies from a selection of single malt and blended Scotch, American bourbons and ryes, and Australian craft distillers. 

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“We’re super excited with this whisky show to welcome back Scottish whisky distilleries Bunnahabhain, Deanston, and Tobermory/Ledaig, each having a dedicated stand. It’s been several years since they’ve presented at the show with some truly unique bottlings available to taste,” said Ligoff.

What you’ll win: two double passes/tickets (total of 4 tickets) to The Whisky Show: Breakout Edition.

Like in previous years, The Whisky Show will host a popup whisky store on-site where lucky attendees can purchase bottles they’ve enjoyed throughout the festival. As per previous shows, attendees are encouraged to take advantage of the newly built online ordering click & collect feature in the show’s mobile app (available on both iOS and Android versions) that allows show attendees to skip the bottleshop queues.

Brands Include:

  • Bunnahabhain
  • Deanston
  • Tobermory
  • Ledaig
  • Springbay
  • Reservoir
  • Benriach
  • The Remnant Whisky Company
  • The Highlander Inn
  • Stellum Spirits
  • Headlands Distilling Co
  • The Firkin Whisky Co
  • Barrel Craft Spirits
  • Dram Mor
  • Westward Whiskey
  • Rolling Cask

What you’ll win: two double passes/tickets (total of 4 tickets) to The Whisky Show: Breakout Edition.

Priced at AU$99.00 per ticket, if you don’t like your odds you can jump in and snag a couple via the link below.

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