Jack from Bee One Third Neighbourhood Honey introduces his local mead to a busload of local food and drink heroes.
Mead! Probably humanity's oldest fermented beverage. Goes great on bus rides.
Jack from Bee One Third Neighbourhood Honey with Angus Burton of Spirit People
Arrival at Clovelly Estate's The Long Apron
Alanna Sapwell, celebrated chef and the energy behind Drinks With Chefs, welcomes guests to The Long Apron.
Incredibly fresh organic turmeric! We had a ball munching on the carrots and radishes from The Falls Farm.
Check out The Falls Farm - incredible, delicious vegetables in SEQ
Keynote speaker Richard Web from The Good Fish Project
Urbane Brisbane head chef Josh Raine
Josh Raine's cobia carcass, hops, barley and coal
Cam Matthews' dish of pig cheek, cured yolk, whey onions and anchovy
Continuing keynote speakers
Guests enjoying keynote speakers
Ed Quatermass of Maker on Fish Lane, South Brisbane, prepping his fauxsciutto garnish
Torching the fauxsciutto
Watermelon never looked so good...
Angus of Spirit People looking at unfiltered unaged spirits in the glass and talking about the point of distilling in waste-utilisation and flavour-concentration
Angus Burton of Spirit People introducing Hartshorn Vodka to the lucky degustationees
Cam Matthews of The Long Apron, Richard Dousby of Stokehouse City and Josh Raine of Urbane
Cameron Matthews of The Long Apron preparing Mary Ann Dunn's dessert cours
Elliot Pascoe from Cobbler preparing his drink match for the degustation
Elliot Pascoe and some happy diners
Elliot Pasco from Cobbler, West End
Jack from Bee One Third and Angus from Spirit People
Lunch outside for conference attendees courtesy The Long Apron
Many thanks to the brilliant Alanna for hosting and bringing us all together