Meet the Maker | Bombak

Meet the Maker | Bombak

Meet the Makers Series - Sundays on the AGWA Rooftop Bar.

Join us every Sunday for a free series of Meet the Makers at the AGWA Rooftop Bar.

Learn about our local artisans, how they began their journey, the process of making their signature beverages, and sample the fruits of their labour.

Bombak Distillery, worked by three generations, the land is again being used by the fourth generation to handcraft spirits using botanicals native to Western Australia. With ingredients ranging from Geraldton Wax and Bottlebrushes to Sweet Peppermint leaf.

Join Nick Bombak, Master Distiller at Bombak Distillery, and learn about Nick's passion for creating contemporary style gins focusing on using Western Australian natives and fresh ingredients to produce truly unique flavours.

Bombak is now serving on the AGWA Rooftop Bar!

Spinifex from 4pm, 27 February
Funk Cider from 4.30pm, 6 March
Juniper from 4.30pm, 13 March
Bombak from 4.30pm, 20 March
Nowhereman from 4.30pm, 27 March
Idle Hands from 4.30pm, 3 April

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Nick Bombak

Nick Bombak is the Master Distiller at Bombak Distillery, a family owned and operated business that handcrafts small batch gins. Nick has a passion for creating contemporary style gins focusing on using Western Australian natives and fresh ingredients to produce truly unique flavours. Bombak Distillery’s award-winning gins have received accolades from the Perth Royal Show, Australian Distilled Spirits Awards and Australia Gin Distillers Association. Nick is an Environmental Scientist by trade; holds a Bachelor of Science and qualifications from the Institute of Brewing & Distilling.

Bombak Distillery

At Bombak Distillery, we distil our gin using the traditional roots of the “one-shot” method. Some gin purists consider this the only true method of making gin. The proportions of botanicals are separately weighed, macerated (soaked) in our Australian neutral grain spirit and batch distilled. In comparison, some distilleries use the less costly “multi-shot” method, whereby huge amounts of botanicals are distilled to produce an intense gin concentrate which is then mixed with neutral spirit and water. We believe the romance of our method using a flame driven copper pot still, although more laborious, creates a distinct and unique flavour profile that we are proud of.

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