Is this Australia's new cocktail hub?
MIXOLOGY has taken on scientific proportions across the globe in recent years.
Stanthorpe's humble main street may not have been the first place to come to mind when the world thought of these otherworldly creations, until now.
But Viscosity, the town's only dedicated cocktail bar, Viscosity, has shaken things up.
The bar has attracted global attention in the past, but the skills of resident mixologist Kinsey Johnson have a new wave of awe from around the globe.
After videos of his work attracted many millions of views, Viscosity has extended its trading to cater to a growing thirst for the venue's artfully constructed creations.
NOW in its ninth year of trading, Stanthorpe cocktail bar, Viscosity, has yet again created a stir on international levels.
So much so, Mr Johnson said the family-run business had been opening for an extra night each week to meet demand.
"It's gotten a bit out of hand the last couple of weeks," Mr Johnson said.
"One place shares it, then the next one shares it.
"Before you know it, we're almost reaching 40 million views collectively, amongst them all."
He said TMS Media alone had scored the bar some 19 million views.
Mr Johnson said he'd been getting emails and phone calls from all over the world in response to his spooky shooters and intricate cocktails.
"(They're) wanting me to go work for them or do something, get some ideas shared around, so it's pretty exciting times," he said.
While expanding the business - and possibly looking into franchising - was on the cards for the future, Mr Johnson said the main goal right now was to keep the Stanthorpe bar running as usual, despite the chaos of attention.
"We've been busier than ever here," he said.
"We'll keep doing what we do and are maybe looking at expanding in the future, but we'll keep our heads down and deal with what we can here."
Amazingly, Mr Johnson is a self-taught, his skills boiling down to "a lot of practice over the years".
While a diverse taste is reflected in the choice-rich menu, one thing that's ever-present in Mr Johnson's bar is his creative flair, and lots of liquid nitrogen. As well as giving his creations an ephemeral touch, this adds to the already-trendy vibe of the venue itself.
From using syringes to replicating snowglobes, there's no doubt his drinks are a work of art.
He said it was a joy to present creations which wowed his customers, many of whom travel long distances to enjoy the show.
"It's very rewarding seeing as I've made thousands of them, and to see the excitement still there definitely gives you the energy to keep going and make more and put the effort into it each time," he said.
Earlier this year, Mr Johnson travelled to Bangalore, India, where he shared his mixology expertise at the High Ultra Lounge at the Sheraton World Trade Centre.