Four Pillars Jumps on the ‘Bandwagon’ With Two Non-Alcoholic Gins

Same great Four Pillars flavour, less the alcohol.

Four Pillars has all but taken over the world of gin since it was founded in 2013. And now, with Australians preferring non-alcoholic options more and more, the gin giant has decided to jump on the bandwagon.

“[Non-alcoholic spirits] have really become a bandwagon that we’ve jumped on. Which is partially why we’ve called it Bandwagon.” co-founder Cameron Mackenzie told Gourmet Traveller.

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There are two ‘gins’ in the new range from Four Pillars, and they are modelled on two of the distiller’s most popular gins.

Bandwagon Dry is modelled on Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin, its most popular drink, and the second being a take on the seasonal Bloody Shiraz Gin called Bloody Bandwagon.

Four Pillars Bandwagon range:

  • Four Pillars Bandwagon | Modeled on the iconic Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin, Bandwagon is a citrus-forward gin alternative featuring aromas of orange and lemon myrtle along with some warm, spicy notes.
  • Four Pillars Bandwagon Bloody Shiraz | Modeled on the original Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin, the Bloody Bandwagon is the alcohol-free version. Created with Shiraz and a complex blend of botanicals including Tasmanian Pepper berry leaf.

Both the Four Pillars Bandwagon, and Bloody Bandwagon are available on Sans Drinks here.

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Move Over, Bunnings, Because ALDI Is Serving $1.44 Dumplings (for One Day Only)

Feed a family of four from just $5.76

aldi dumplings

A few weeks ago, ALDI opened the cheapest wine bar in Sydney, and today, they’re bringing us more frugal feeds with a pop-up dumpling truck.

The truck will be open from 5-7 pm (or while stocks last) today in the ALDI Bankstown Central car park, with hungry Sydneysiders able to swing by to pick up a box of six Urban Eats dumplings, including fan-favourites Prawn Gyoza and a delicious new seasonal addition to the range, Chicken Dumplings—all for less than a $2 coin.

ALDI’s quality range means Aussies can treat themselves to a Friday restaurant-quality meal that won’t break the bank.

Can’t make it to the Dumpling Truck? ALDI has everyone else covered with the full range of dumplings available in the freezer section across the country.

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