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Lark Distillery, HOBART, TAS

Lark Distillery
14 Davey Street
7000
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Phone: 
03 6231 9088
Fax: 
03 6231 9082
About Lark Distillery: 

Lark Distillery was established in 1992 to produce a premium Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky.

Located on the Hobart waterfront, the Lark Distillery cellar door and whisky bar overlooks Mawson Place and gives you the chance to sit outside and enjoy your favourite dram whilst overlooking the beautiful Derwent

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The award winning Lark Distillery produces an Australian single malt whisky, proudly unique in character and style, crafted in small batches exclusively from pure Tasmanian ingredients, matured in small barrels, hand-bottled by whisky lovers in Tasmania, for whisky lovers world-wide.
Lark Distillery was the first licensed distillery in Tasmania since 1839. It was established in 1992 to produce Australian malt whisky, rich in character with a big finish, using Tasmanian ingredients. Lark Distillery is a unique boutique Tasmanian owned distillery dedicated to maintaining its proven high quality malt whisky and other purely Tasmanian spirits. After reading the above from their web-page we decided to visit this interesting establishment on a sunny Friday evening. The bar was very busy with patrons drinking, talking and listening to the live, country-blue grass swing band. While outside on an expansive lawned area, with views across the harbour, an even larger number of people were eating local delicacies, such as Quail, wallaby and venison, also enjoying the extensive range of Whisky's, Brandy's, Spirits, Liqueurs, local Beers and Wines, being served.
To accompany these, cheese boards, ploughman's lunches and various cakes are available. The building is an historical brick building with beamed ceilings, and with the use of corrugated iron around the bar, and full sized barrels used as tables and decorations the look and ambience are very Australian country, a memorable experience.

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