ALIA 2014 – Voting Now Open

 

Voting is now open for the 2014 Australian Liquor Industry Awards (ALIA), with the industry expected to once again cast thousands of nominations to recognise the best brands, products, people and venues within the off-premise and on-premise liquor and hospitality industry.

To start Voting – click here.

This year is ALIA’s 21st Birthday and it will once again be held under the Big Top at Luna Park Sydney with master of ceremonies Larry Emdur blowing out the birthday candles. The theme for this year’s event is ‘Celebrate with Colour’ and all participants are encouraged to dress up in their most colourful outfits to join the party.

A total of 51 awards will be presented on the night which with all winners audited by Ernst & Young (EY). All members of the Australian liquor industry are encouraged to vote for one or more categories in the off-premise and on-premise awards categories.

Initial nominations close on Friday 29 August, with the highest ranking nominees becoming finalists. These finalists are then sent to a judging panel of industry experts before the final auditing process confirms the winners of all award categories.

For an overview of the judging process, click here.

ALIA would like to thank Aztec for their contribution for the initial off-premise data, which recognises the top performing products over the 12 months, ending 30 April 2014.

Start voting here or use one of the 33,000 printed voting forms distributed within the July and August editions of Australian Hotelier, National Liquor News and bars&clubs magazines.

Sponsorship Enquiries
Limited sponsorship opportunities are available, please contact:
Shane Williams – Sponsorship Manager
P: +61 2 8586 6205  E: stwilliams@intermedia.com.au
PO Box 55, Glebe NSW 2037, AUSTRALIA

General, Voting & Ticket Enquiries
To book a seat or a table, print out the booking form & send to bookings@liquorawards.com.au or contact:
Allysa Burke – Event Manager
P: +61 2 8586 6193  E: bookings@liquorawards.com.au
PO Box 55, Glebe NSW 2037, AUSTRALIA