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Time to Cellarbrate

Cellarbrations at the Shoreline Hotel is a multi-award-winning, locally owned and independently operated bottle shop nestled on Hobart’s Eastern Shore.

In-store you’ll find more than 300 whiskies, more than 250 Tasmanian wines, a huge portfolio of 150-plus craft beers, and more than 100 gins – from the rarest of malts to your everyday favourite drop, they truly have something for everyone.

Whether you’re looking for a gift for a special someone, or you need to find the perfect wine for your next dinner party, or perhaps you just want to discover something new for yourself – whatever it is that you need, the bottle shop team are always willing and ready to assist with their ever- growing knowledge of all things alcohol.

Cellarbrations at the Shoreline Hotel offers many ways to shop, with a large convenient drive-thru and ample car parking so you can browse in-store. Alternatively, you can shop their extensive range online at Cellarbrations.com. au and use the simple click-and-collect service or have it delivered to the comfort of your own home.

With the Shoreline Hotel being proudly family owned and operated, the team at Cellarbrations Shoreline believe in the importance of supporting local and giving back to their community. That’s why they are involved in supporting many Tasmanian organisations, from sporting clubs to community raffles and events.

Cellarbrations Shoreline is your local independent liquor store, committed to delivering quality and personalised service that sets them apart from the others. Head in-store and find out for yourself why they’re one of the most awarded bottle shops in Tasmania.

To get in touch with the team today you can email bottleshop@ shorelinehotel.com.au or call 6247 9504 for all enquiries.

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The Eastern Shore Sun is your monthly community newspaper, reaching over 30,000 homes and businesses in the communities of Clarence and Sorell. It is the product of Nicolas Turner, Justine Brazil, Ben Hope, Simon Andrews, Tobias Hinds and guest contributors, with support from advertisers.

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