The Australian Hotels Association (WA), in conjunction with Don Julio, is in the second year of running WA’s Best Cocktail Competition, with Western Australians to vote to decide the finalists for 2024.

Voting for WA’s Best Cocktail Competition is now open and will run until 27 May 2024, with voters going in the draw to win a $500 voucher to spend at an AHA member venue.

Finalists will participate in the cocktail showdown in front of a live audience at the Hospitality Expo at Crown Perth on 25 June 2024.

A list of participating venues and voting, can be found here: https://hospitalitywa.com.au/voting-2024-wa-best-cocktail-competition/

AHA(WA) CEO Bradley Woods remarked that the competition aims to highlight the top-notch hospitality venues throughout WA and the amazing cocktails they offer.

“Western Australians are privileged to have exceptional venues that are gaining recognition for their use of local ingredients and innovative techniques to produce world-class cocktails.”

“The hospitality scene in WA has evolved significantly over the past two decades, resulting in a remarkable variety of high-quality cocktails appearing in venues across Perth and regional WA.”

“Similar to the renowned WA’s Best Steak Sandwich Competition, the true winners of this competition are the customers, who get to enjoy delectable cocktails that truly set the standard.”

“This competition provides venues with the chance to present one cocktail and compete for the bragging rights of 2024.”

A full list of participating venues can be found below:

  • Alibi
  • Cable Beach House
  • Duxton Hotel Perth
  • Exchange Hotel
  • Frisk Small Bar
  • Lobby Lounge
  • Mechanics Insistute
  • Mount Helena Tavern
  • Old Young’s Kitchen
  • Parley Bar Perth
  • Quarter Acre Hotel
  • Rio’s Margaret River
  • Shui Subiaco
  • L’Chaim
  • Fat Controller
  • The Claremont Hotel
  • The Sandbar Scarborough Beach
  • Storehouse Restaurant & Bar
  • Whipper Snapper Distillery

Further information: Angela Beechey 0419 190 406 

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