Tasmanian distillers and the Gin-uary Gin Festival have come together to raise funds for those impacted by the Australian bushfires.
30 Tasmanian distilleries have donated bottles of Tasmania gin, vodka and liquors, distillery tours, merchandise, tonic and monthly gin gift packs as prizes in the Ultimate Gin Raffle.
Prizes include an eight person martini master class, a 10 person distillery tour and 33 bottles of gin.
All proceeds from the raffle and 10 per cent of all Gin-uary ticket sales will be donated with funds split between the Australian Red Cross bushfire appeal and the NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service.
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Gin-uary founder Courtney Quinn McCabe said she was hoping to raise more than $30,000.
"We have distilleries interstate who have been affected by the fires, as well as many people displaced. It's incredibly devastating to hear about that," Ms McCabe said.
"It's not just losing your business - it's everything.
"This is why I love the Tasmanian spirits industry because everyone has banded together to give support."