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: 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: Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia

Australia’s craft distilling scene is a bit ahead of its counterpart in the U.S. by a good 10 years. Tasmania, in particular, has fairly robust whisky-making activity. One of the key attractions on Bruny Island, just off the coast of “mainland” Tasmania, is House of Whisky, which showcases some of the Australian island-state’s finest spirits. And…