For Those That Live Life

Aged Small Batch Australian Whiskey​

Savour Every Sip & Cherish These Moments

In a cozy pub corner, ten friends, veterans with over 200 years of combined military service, gathered around a table.

They understood life’s fleeting nature and the importance of seizing memorable moments. They clinked glasses filled with fine whiskey, celebrating their enduring camaraderie and the wisdom they’d gained.

Savour each sip, clink your glass and cherish these moments.


Operator's Knife Project

Raffle Event To Coincide Dog Tag Whiskey Launch

To mark the launch of Dog Tag Whiskey, we’re raffling off this rare Operator’s Knife which has been generously donated by its original owner – a retired serviceman. 

Buy a raffle ticket for your chance to win the knife, with a portion of the funds raised contributing to the purchase of more top-quality knives for our Aussie operators.

The Story Behind Our Labels

Australian artist Ian Coate began painting artwork for the Australian SASR in the early ’90s.

From the Compound Assault (Oil on Canvas) to the Moment of Contact (Oil on Canvas), his pieces have left a lasting impression. You might even be able to spot a few mates who’ve been immortalised on canvas in the artwork “The Australian SAS Soldier,” which Ian created for the unit’s Jubilee.

So, when we sought an image to capture the essence of Dog Tag Whiskey, it was with hope that we reached out to Ian.

With minimal direction, Ian truly captured it.

You see, while most people perceive Dog Tag as a whiskey business, in fact, what we aim to create are moments that celebrate mateship.

Whether you’ve just returned from an epic operation or you’re gathered around a campfire with close friends, reaching for a bottle of Dog Tag Whiskey is a fitting choice to make a toast.

We’re honoured to feature Ian Coate work on our very first labels and we look forward to hearing about the cherished moments you share with a Dog Tag Whiskey.

The latest from us

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Anzac Day Hobart 2024 Parade

Anzac Day 2024

We’ve been relatively quiet about Anzac Day this year, but not because we don’t value sharing pictures or stories of our service. On the contrary, we truly appreciate reading the reflections and seeing the photos from peoples service. The reason for our quietness this year is that we’ve been spending time with good mates, reflecting on and remembering our close

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Operator’s Knife Project

We remain committed to supporting Aussie soldiers and our Australian quality knife industry. As a part of our launch we’ll be raffling this rare Operator’s Knife.

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