Drink Up — A Fire Benefit Fundraiser
Some of Melbourne's favourite bartenders are whipping up cocktails to raise funds for Aussie bushfire victims
Your Sunday afternoon drinking session is sure to go down extra smoothly when you know it's raising much-needed cash for Aussies affected by the recent bushfires. Which is why a group of the city's best-loved boozers are joining forces for good, hosting a night of cocktails to drum up funds for Red Cross Australia and its bushfire relief efforts.
On Sunday, January 19, bartenders from Heartbreaker, Black Pearl, Ends & Means, The Rum Diary Bar and Hats & Tatts will descend on The Mill House for a one-night collaboration event, pouring up a storm for our fire victims. The cover charge will be pay-what-you-can and each bar will be shaking up one of their signature cocktails for $16 a pop. You'll also find $16 boilermakers, along with a selection of $9 beers and wines.
All proceeds from the night will be donated, plus you can drop off any donations of toiletries, canned food and medical supplies at the bar, to be delivered to the local Red Cross centre.
Drink Up runs from 3–8pm.