Welcome to Key In The Lake
Megan and her four-legged companion Morley jump on the pod to talk about the inspiration of opening Bitter Pops, and the standards and responsibilities the bottle shop bestows upon itself as a neighborhood community center. We also chat about hospitality, craft beer/spirits and we breakdown “Golden Girls” to close the show.
Jake, Wilson and Matt sit down discuss the rise and soon-to-be immediate collapse of Liverpool Football, before entering into an intriguing discussion on the cultural diversity of all things drinking between Melbourne and US cities. The trio also poses the question if the pioneers of this current whisk(e)y/cocktail renaissance are transforming into gatekeepers of the industry. And, consequently, prohibiting the expansion of new and current spirits explorers.
Georgy joins the pod to chat about his professional upbringing through the New York whiskey/cocktail renaissance, and how working at establishments such as The Flatiron Room shaped his passion for whiskey. Georgy also shares how this formative industry years prepared him for his current position representing international brands in the City.