Waubs Harbour Distillery, founded by Tim, Bec and Rob Polmear, is located right on the water’s edge in Bicheno on Tasmania’s stunning east coast. The maritime malt whisky producer has quickly becoming one of the state’s most talked about up-and-coming distilleries.
Lawrenny is a strong contender for Tasmania’s most picturesque distillery. Located in the Central Highlands, an hours drive north west of Hobart, Lawrenny produce richly flavoured single malt, including a highly-anticipated paddock-to-bottle whisky.
Founded in 2014, Hobart Whisky has built a devoted following on the back of its quality ex-Bourbon cask matured whiskies and an array of experimental cask finishes.
From Redlands Estate to Dysart House, the Old Kempton Distillery is pushing forward with its bold Tasmanian single malts.
John Ibrahim’s $14 million Callington Mill Distillery in Oatlands is another sign of the growth of the Tasmanian whisky industry.
Kristy Booth-Lark has had an unparalleled upbringing in Australian distilling, and her Killara Distillery takes all the knowledge she’s gleaned to create complex, high-quality Tasmanian whisky and gin.
William (Bill) McHenry founded what is now the world’s most southern family-owned distillery in 2011. Built into the side of Mount Arthur, a 10 minute drive from the infamous penal settlement, the site is one of the most stunning locations for a distillery in Australia.
The long and convoluted tale of Sullivans Cove whisky. Founded by Robert Hosken in 1994, and propelled forward by Patrick Maguire to world-beating status, Sullivans Cove is now one of the world’s most highly sought-after whiskies.
Since founding Spring Bay in 2015, Cam and Suzy Brett have quickly established the distillery as one of Tasmania’s most impressive small-scale producers of single malt whisky and gin.
‘Go big or go home’. Adams Distillery has big plans to become one of Tasmania’s leading whisky producers.