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Carlton Draught Hands Over the Keys to Rosso

When:

Fri 27 Apr 2012, 5:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel, 2 Bourke Street Woolloomooloo, Woolloomooloo, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Admission: Free
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Carlton Draught has given comedian Tim 'Rosso' Ross the keys to the best pubs in Australia, inviting him to step in and take control of the bar, have a good laugh and share a brewery-fresh Carlton Draught with the locals.

As 'The Publican', Rosso will visit more than 30 pubs up and down the East Coast, spending an evening sharing hilarious stories and a laugh with both the regulars and the blow-ins, giving them a night at their local that will go down in pub history.

‘The Publican' will take centre-stage at the featured pubs for one night to run things his way – from chewing the fat with the locals to delivering a dedicated new pub stand-up comedy show. Rosso has also promised to bring some of his Black Rose musician mates along to the party, ensuring that it's a fun and memorable night at the pub.

The well-known comedian and author has gone to great lengths to assume the role of ‘The Publican’, donning a fat suit and completing a Responsible Service of Alcohol course in preparation.

“For me, nothing beats going to the pub and having a schooner of Carlton Draught. I like the ritual of stopping at a pub, pulling up a stool and having a yarn with other locals,” said Rosso. “Now as ‘The Publican’ I get to swap radio microphones for beer taps and live out every Aussie bloke’s dream of running a pub their way.”

‘The Publican’ tour continues for 2012, with Rosso running the pub for up to four hours from 5pm.