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The Craft & Co

  • Restaurants
  • Collingwood
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Time Out Says

You can choose your own adventure at this multi-purpose venue in Collingwood that's equal parts restaurant, bar, delicatessen, bottle shop, cellar door and classroom. The venue's "craft" arm includes an onsite brewery, distillery and microdairy; a vineyard at the sister location in Bangholme produces boutique wines.

You can enjoy the fruits of these artisanal labours in the restaurant and bar, or purchase them from the onsite retail outlets. The resident makers also host classes and events, such as cheesemaking workshops and gin markets featuring fellow microdistillers. 


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Details

Address:
390 Smith St
Collingwood
Melbourne
3066
Opening hours:
Wed-Thu 10am-10pm; Fri 10am-11pm; Sat 8am-11pm; Sun 8am-6pm

What's On

Craft and Co Summer Gin Market

  • Food and drink

The wildly popular Craft and Co Gin Market is returning for the summer, so gather your friends and family for a gin-stravaganza. With nine market stalls of Aussie distillers on show, it's the perfect way for gin-thirsty Melburnians to connect with local distillers and get access to exclusive specials and products they won't find elsewhere. The market will be conducted in a sit-down style, providing an opportunity for more interactivity between patrons while also maintaining a Covid-safe environment. In speed-dating style, distillers will move from table to table to showcase their products so you can just sit back, relax and let the gin come to you. When the session wraps up, you can stand up and mingle with the distillers and check out their stalls to shop the products you liked best.  This time around, you'll get to chat with distillers from Animus Distillery, Tanglin Gin, Little Lon Distilling Co, Bass and Flinders Distillery, Boatrocker, Hillmartin Distillery, Artillery and Craft and Co (of course).  Tickets to the market are $40 per person and include admission, free tastings and a Craft and Co show bag. There will be five sessions across February 11-13, and be warned that there is no allocation for walk-ins so you'll definitely want to grab a ticket before they sell out.

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