This Shed Is the Surprising New Social Destination In Adelaide

Housing a distillery, brewery, winery and an Italian restaurant – there’s only the best on show at Lot 100.

By Demi Dalton 23/07/2019

Set amongst the roving greenery of the Adelaide Hills, Lot 100, the 84 hectare property in Hay Valley, hosts an unassuming structure, built as a collaborative effort between Adelaide Hills Distillery, The Hills Cider Company, Ashton Valley Fresh, Mismatch Brewing Co and Vinteloper. The concept takes some of Australia’s finest crafters of beer, wine, spirits and dining and puts them together in an attempt to elevate South Australia’s dining scene.

The all-inclusive location is built for guests to be part of an experience that speaks to a collaborative effort on sustainability and embracing South Australia natural landscape. The Lot. 100 kitchen, fronted by Adelaide’s Tom Bubner and Shannon Fleming, embrace a paddock to plate ethos, making the dining experience all about appreciating South Australian farming and agriculture. Experiences go beyond consumption with each brand accommodating gin blending session and distillery/brewery tours as well as live music combined with sunsets for the perfect Sunday session.

When you combine the ideals of craft brands in a hospitality concept a community atmosphere is born, Lot 100 epitomises the art of slowing down and allowing the environment to entertain you. And what makes this place a desirable destination, it’s dog friendly, what’s better than a few cold beers with your furry pals?

https://www.lot100.com.au/

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