Australian Aboriginal non-alcoholic beer brewer Sobah Beverages is collaborating with UK alcohol-free spirits distiller Seedlip on the newest Commonwealth Games with a non-alcoholic pop-up cocktail bar on the Gold Coast.
Sobah launched in Australia in December 2017 and has grown its distribution and following since, whereas Britain-based Seedlip has additionally made glorious headway within the Australian market. Seedlip makes the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirits based mostly on the distilled non-alcoholic treatments from The Art of Distillation written in 1651, now re-purposed to resolve the ‘what to drink when you’re not consuming dilemma’. Clinton and Lozen from Sobah invited Jimmy and Georgia from Seedlip to hitch their non-alcoholic pop-up bar that includes non-alcoholic beer and cocktails made with Australian bush meals, and can retail the botanical ‘spirit’ Seedlip together with a number of different components from the cocktail menu.
‘Sunset Dreaming Cocktail Hour’ will see Commonwealth Games friends having fun with some ‘bush tucker’ nibbles whereas sipping tasty and wholesome non-alcoholic cocktails, spritzers and brews. Customers can lounge within the outback model pop-up bar and watch the Commonwealth Games stream, store for genuine Aboriginal artwork and benefit from the open mic classes. A singular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Culture Festival can even be held on the Gold Coast through the Commonwealth Games.
Ngullingi Ya Wahlu which suggests in native Yugambeh language, ‘Us with You’. It is a chance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to advertise their arts, crafts, music and meals and for the local people, nationwide and worldwide friends to immerse in one of the vital historic cultures within the world.