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From the family farm to a life in bars


Crispian Fielke has helped build Adelaide’s small-bar scene through his co-ownership of Clever Little Tailor and Pink Moon Saloon. But for him the hospitality life is not just business – it’s deeply personal.

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Fielke, who is also part of the team preparing to re-open the Port Admiral Hotel, says his passion for the industry started in his home town of Loxton.

In an interview with Rooster Radio, he talks about how that passion is tied to his love for people and local footy culture, the evolution of his career – and the conversation with his mate, Josh Baker, that changed everything.

Listen to the podcast below, or download it from iTunes here (where you’ll also find more Rooster Radio podcasts).


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