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Forget Stocks, Sydney’s New ‘Wall Street Bar’ Let’s You Trade Beer

You’ve heard of stock trading, but what about beer trading? Heading to a secret location in Sydney from April 1, Wall Street Bar offers an immersive and unique bar experience for beer-loving finance bros. So gather up your best gang of white-collar criminals and start planning out your brew-related Ponzi scheme; it’s time to drink!

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Wall Street Bar Sydney

Image: Wall Street Bar

So how does this new concept actually work? Well, similar to real-life trading, it’s a big bunch of fugazi. Upon arrival, customers will be welcomed to the trading floor, where drink prices are manipulated by other buyers and sellers in the market. You can also trade essential commodities and call other traders to make sure you get the best price for that cocktail. We understand that insider trading is very much encouraged, and ripping off investors is actively celebrated. How fun!

The brand new event that will be launching worldwide and the first to open will be in Sydney on April 1. Tickets include a 90-minute immersive experience and two bespoke cocktails to warm up the trading fingers. If you’re the next Warren “Beer” Buffet, you can book online now on the Hidden website.

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Wall Street Bar Sydney

Image: Wall Street Bar

Wall Street Bar Sydney

Image: Wall Street Bar

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