Friday the 8th of April (yeah, tomorrow dude), Distill will be launching a brand new Friday night event, 286.
The vibe? Making the most of the existing East End and industrial feel, it's time to que the dry ice, cameras and get ready for a totally new Friday night. Wait, dry ice?
Yep, there's a bunch of new drinks, and there's dry ice involved.
Two different flavoured conical flasks are going to be boiling, using dry ice to add a twist to their construction. Whilst gin, vodka or rum drinks will be available by the beaker, but if you feel like sharing, test tube shots (suss out the cover photo) will be standing in groups of six. All the whilst, a live camera feed of the drink station will be capturing every drop, cloud and shake going on.
When is it again? Friday, the 8th of April
Where? Rundle St, Distill, up the stairs, 286.
All images: Max Allison
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