We picked some real winners to kick off the first series of our Hot 5 with Balter for 2018. From the Gold Coast and Brisbane, to Melbourne and Tasmania,
there's a bunch of rad new venues opening up which we feel really lucky to be apart of. Check it out below:
1. The Scottish Prince, Palm Beach
Introducing the younger brother of popular Nobbys Beach rum bar, Cambus Wallace comes 'The Scottish Prince.' Although best known for their wide selection of whisky, Balter is one of the lucky few beers to be available at this rad new venue. With a uber cool vibe and a warm fit out, this bar is well worth the visit, open Tuesday - Sunday 4pm- late.
2. Osbourne Hotel, Fortitude Valley
The Osbourne has been pouring beers since 1864 and was actually one of the first hotels in Brisbane back in the 1800s. This little gem has a lot of history (too much to for us to write about, so you can read more here).
The first storey houses bespoke function areas, dining spaces and a private dining room if the mood strikes your fancy, with the venue itself home to 94 beer taps throughout, with our XPA being one of them.
3. Star Bar, Launceston
The Star Bar Café & Hotel is a modern bar/restaurant/hotel, located in Launceston, Northern Tasmania.
Enter through the heritage listed façade and be welcomed into a modern bar, restaurant, dining and entertainment experience. Downstairs enjoy a
meal from their Modern Australian Cuisine Menu and a drink from a selection of Premium Tasmanian, Australian and Imported Wines, Beers &
Our advice: Pop by on a Friday arvo, sink a few beers with the boys and enjoy listening to the live music!
4. Mr P.P'S Deli & Rooftop Bar, Southport
As a true creative entertainer, P.P.A would typically write and act in plays for the communities he served as Postmaster. We have included drawings, songs and poems written by P.P.A in our menus and throughout the venue."