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The Whisky that started a revolution

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In 1992, in a quiet Tasmanian household, a first single malt whisky was produced, with no fanfare, or celebration. It was the first single malt spirit legally produced in Australia for 154 years. In 1998, after nearly a decade of curiosity and experimentation, Bill Lark released Lark Distillery's Single Malt Whisky commercially. 

30 years later, The Still, on Argyle St, a finalist in 2022's Best Bar awards, guides dram drinkers through tastings, whisky appreciation evenings, and tours, and an extensive Tasmanian whisky collection in a contemporary and stunningly beautiful venue, celebrating what began as an idea so long ago. 



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