Our Distillers Affected by Bushfires: How to Help


With many of our Craft Distillers based in rural communities we are devastated to hear that those we work so closely with are battling to save their homes and livelihoods, the weekend bringing more uncertainty and risk of further spread we want to help you help them directly.

Each Distiller affected by Australia’s Bushfires is listed below, please follow the links to purchase from them directly 

Karu Distillery

Nick and Ally Ayres distillery is located in Grose Vale in the stunning Blue Mountains they have been affected by surrounding bushfires since October, these Gin grafters have continued to run events and ship Gin even dropping off stock to us for a showcase of their gin to our community in the midst of the fire spread. Jump online to purchase their award winning Affinity and Lightning gins and support them directly. 

Stock up on Karu

Joadja Distillery 

The beautiful historic site and Distillery at Joadja in the Southern Highlands has been forced to shut shop with weather conditions and fire threats. 

Valero & Elisa Jimenez set up one of only a handful of Single Malt Whisky distilleries in the world who grow their own barley on site. You can still purchase their Whiskeys, Gin and liquors online

Buy online to support Joadja

Reed & Co

Reed & Co have been forced to close the doors to their distillery and restaurant. Reed & Co is located in the beautiful town of Bright in Victoria. Rachel and Hamish, both chefs also run a gorgeous restaurant here at this family business. Purchase their Remedy Gin online and be sure to pop in for a cocktail and bite to eat when they open up again for business.

Buy Remedy Gin online  

Wildbrumby Distillery

Schnapps Distiller Wildbrumby have been forced to close due to the road from Jindabyne and Thredbo closing with fire threat. Brad and wife Monika introduced authentic schnapps to the beautiful Australian Snowy Mountain region in 2005. Purchase Wildbrumby's fabulous Gin and array of Schnapps varieties online

Buy Direct from Wildbrumby

Stony Creek Farm Distillery

Karen and Gavin at Stony Creek Distillery in the Bega Valley were surrounded by bushfires and had to cancel their recent Gin School. With impending fire threats this weekend they had to close their doors again but can still fulfil online orders of their North of Eden Gin

Buy North of Eden direct from the Distiller

Hurdle Creek

Hurdle Creeks Distiller Simon is out on patrol with the CFA and despite closing and diverting tourists this generous team are donating 10% of all profits to the CFA.

With five great gins to chose from we are sure you will love supporting and sipping these gins.

Jump online and grab some Hurdle Creek gin


Support this historic brewery with three gins to choose from as well as Beer, mixers and cordial. These guys are missing out on the tourist trail with closures but please continue to support them directly online

Buy online from Billsons

Backwood Distilling Co

These guys are based in the Victorian High Country region, with a real ethos for supporting local farmers when sourcing their produce it would be great to show these guys some support, if you love whiskey or know a whiskey drinker grab a bottle and support these folks online

Buy Direct from Backwoods

Kangaroo Island Spirits

Despite being at the centre of the bushfires this generous distiller is donating $10 from each bottle sale to the Kangaroo Island Bushfire Appeal

Grab one of their award winning gins to help them help others

Buy Direct from Kangaroo Island Spirits


If you are a Distiller or know a Distillery affected by Bushfires please reach out so that we can share and support 

*All images acquired via Distillers Instagram.

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