Drinkable Image: Young Henrys, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia

The Australian craft beer scene has exploded in the the past three to four years and among the successful startups is Young Henrys. Housed in an airy garage-like space in Sydney’s Newtown district, there’s a certain rough-and-tumble rock club vibe to the space. It’s the perfect place to drink away a lazy afternoon.

Image of the Day: Kumamoto, Japan

Kumamoto, on the southernmost Japanese island of Kyushu, has an enormously popular mascot, Kumamon—so popular that he inspired a local watering hole, KumaBar.

Image of the Day: The Baxter Inn, Sydney, Australia

As per usual with speakeasy-type bars, Sydney’s Baxter is next to impossible to find. It’s tucked away in an alley, down a flight of uninviting, industrial-looking stairs. But your perseverance will be rewarded as the whisk(e)y list boasts more than 200 selections from Scotland, Ireland, Japan, the U.S., Canada and, as this photo suggests, some…

Image of the Day: Hong Kong, The Roundhouse Taproom

One of the promising signs of Hong Kong’s burgeoning craft beer culture is The Roundhouse Taproom, where you’ll find products from some of the up-and-coming locals like Young Master and Moonzen, as well as artisanal imports from the U.S., Australia, New Zealand and beyond.

Image of the Day: Multnomah Whisk(e)y Library, Portland, Ore.

Things have been quiet for the past few days on the Image of the Day front, primarily because of all the goings-on in Portland related to the Craft Brewers Conference. The trip to PDX did generate quite a few visuals, one of which is today’s Image of the Day. And, guess what: It’s got very…

Image of the Day: Tiki-Ti, Los Angeles, California

L.A.’s tiki bar scene is legendary and the legend among legends has to be Tiki Ti on Sunset Boulevard in the Los Feliz district. To say that the bar, founded in 1961, is a local institution would be a massive understatement. It’s cash-only and doesn’t have an ATM so make sure you load your wallet before…