Bowler Hats
Flamenco, Cordobes, Sevilla or Chupalla Hat
Coolie, Pagoda or Asian Conical Hat
Bicorne or Cocked Hat
Montera and Hats With Ears
Boater or Sailor Hats
The Way We Were
Pictures of Country Life
The Glug journey began with this advertisement in the Canberra Times on the 8th June, 1975
When I visit Seppeltsfield - Barossa (1851) I also think of the Cascade Brewery (1832)
Annals of marketing
The Cascade Brewery is the oldest operating brewery in Australia dating back to 1832
Annals of Marketing
The Country Life
The Way We Were
My apologies to Glug readers though articles and commentary will resume shortly
Just south of the grandly named river town of Wellington
Just south of the grandly named river town of Wellington
The Way We Were
Well before Google became tired with the same 'signature' page
We continue our exploration of the milliners delight with this marvel
The Harem range of Barossa Valley wines focus on mataro and grenache
When we wished in 2006 to illustrate the beauties of Barossa Valley Mataro
When we wished in 2006 to illustrate the beauties of Barossa Valley Mataro
The roadside bread display, the Colton bakery, west of Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
The roadside bread display, the Colton bakery, west of Elliston, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
Annals of Marketing: A splendid example of the use of a famous name or brand to promote your product.
A crocodile whisperer; a difficult job but someone has to do it
Barossa Country Living - No. 4
Country Life in the Barossa
A French advertisement for the beer brand Fosters
At last we have found a Tasmanian apple case label that uses local imagery, Mount Wellington overlooking Hobart
The back page of a Queensland Bottlemart liquor catalogue
Seasons greetings from the team at Glug
Annals of Marketing - Using Famous People
An interesting beer commercial from Tasmania circa 1930s
Advertising on cards and envelopes was very common as the postal service developed.
Ladies Day, Aintree Races, 2010
Ladies Day, Aintree Races, 2010
The Ulverstone War Memorial, Tasmania.
Tasmanian Apple Case Labels, circa 1950's
60th anniversary of the USSR, 1982
Make sure that serious boozers can't get to your construction site!
Japanese company NEC has developed a robot with a sense of taste.
Ask for a Cockatoo too
Vinderella
Cattanach's Family Butcher
The pleasure of English country pubs
Pumpkins and the Country Life
The striking Miners Memorial, Broken Hill
The chocolate hat at Ladies Day, Royal Ascot, 2009
The Natural History Museum, London
The distinctive T & G Building in Horsham, Western Victoria probably built around 1936.
Original miner's cottages along Sulphide Street, Broken Hill
Charles Darwin
Copying and Counterfeit
Annals of Marketing: Packaging
Annals of Marketing: The Harbord Literary Institute
Annals of Marketing: Sometimes the Obvious is Just Too Obvious
Elizabeth David with this small book published in 1950
A Famous Kangaroo
Butterfly mania
The Annals of Marketing
Someone Buy That Man A Drink
A Pretty Chilled Out Animal
Scarlet O'Hara
Halls Harbour Lobster
Princess Beatrice
The tapas bar at Barrafina
The Black Square painted by Kazimir Malevich in 1915
Glug fashionista Alice Normal spotted this dress in a Sonia Rykel store in Paris
Now this lady can wear a hat
"Vinegar: The User Friendly Standard Text Reference and Guide to Appreciating, Making, and Enjoying Vinegar"
Clamato is made of reconstituted tomato juice concentrate
Peering into the milliner Philip Treacy's shop on Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London
Paris Has All the Fun
Clamato is made of reconstituted tomato juice concentrate
Ned - Super Model
The Tercenturian Hamper
Music from the Wine Lands
The Celebrity Wine Business Gets Serious
Its rare but it can happen
German sunworshippers enjoy a cocktail on a Baltic Sea beach in early May
Canvassing for Votes
The Cockie
Oh For a Man Who Cooks
Gin Lane
Clapton was God but the crowd wanted karaoke
Beer for dogs has gone international
Holiday cottages on the shore of Lake Alexandrina
Shattered dreams in the Valley of Hope...
Big Wine Australia
The director of a shop in down town Nevyansk in the Russian Urals...
Wirrega Grain Store.
Pret-a-portea served in the Carmel Rooms at the Berkeley.
These girls were a gift from Alice Normal
Not necessarily everyone's cup of tea
Our version of Barossa gothic
Across the landscape there is an outbreak of wooden sculptures...
This handy pocket sized etiquette guide from 1969...
British Minister for Public Health Caroline Flint...
Sometimes the truth will out, even in the Melbourne Age.