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A snapshot of Adelaide's drinks scene

Adelaide’s hotel, bar and restaurant scene saw dramatic change in 2015, with dozens of new venues opening and existing operators revamping their premises. Here are some of Nat Rogers’ images capturing the beverage side of the business.

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The wine selection at Hilton Adelaide's new contemporary bar and restaurant, Coal Cellar + Grill. Photo: Nat Rogers


The Stag's new-look front bar following its renovation and reopening in October. Photo: Nat Rogers


Prohibition Liquor Co, which released its new brew in November, is one of a number of boutique producers driving a thirst for local spirits. Photo: Nat Rogers


Ingredients for Prohibition Gin. Photo: Nat Rogers


The wine list at The Stag hotel's new sophisticated restaurant, The Vardon. Photo: Nat Rogers


The 'Governor’s Garden Cocktail' at rooftop eating and drinking hotspot 2KW. Photo: Nat Rogers


Wine barrels at 2KW. Photo: Nat Rogers


Beer taps at Electra House, which opened after a multi-million-dollar makeover early in the year and then got another revamp in September. Photo: Nat Rogers


Wine O'Clock at modern Italian food and wine venue Osteria Oggi, which opened on Pirie Street in September. Photo: Nat Rogers


Sake for two served in traditional pottery cups and flasks at En Japanese bar and eatery in Goodwood. Photo: Nat Rogers


A Virgin Bloody Mary at Red House Shop & Cafe in the 1850s North Adelaide Railway Station on War Memorial Drive. Photo: Nat Rogers


Insieme Italian restaurant on Flinders Street serves both local and Italian wines. Photo: Nat Rogers


Imported beer at Mexican street-food restaurant Sazon, which opened in Grenfell Street mid-year. Photo: Nat Rogers


A refreshing Lemon Margarita at Sazon. Photo: Nat Rogers


The bar of the rebranded White House [Fortified] Food + Wine restaurant at Hahndorf, part of The Establishment 1858. Photo: Nat Rogers


A gin sour in the making at Hains & Co in Gilbert Place. Photo: Nat Rogers


Rare beers made in Latvia and beers made by young Latvian brewers at Robe Town Brewery are on the menu at the Latvian Lunch Room, which opened in April at the Central Market. Photo: Nat Rogers


House-made spiced blueberry tonic at Entropy, a fresh and funky restaurant in the old railway shed at Thebarton. Photo: Nat Rogers


An enomatic wine dispenser at The Wined Bar, National Wine Centre. Photo: Nat Rogers


Zahr Mezze Cafe Bar on King William Road. Photo: Nat Rogers


Iconic Bridgewater Mill opened its doors to a broader clientele last year as a casual lounge and dining destination. Photo: Nat Rogers


Cocktail hour at Downtown HDCB in Hindley Street. Photo: Nat Rogers