This concise reference offers those who have chosen bartending as their primary profession—as well as those who bartend part-time—the tools to achieve success. In addition to teaching the basics—how to pour; the differences between the vast array of gins, scotches, tequilas, and vodkas; how beer, wine, and spirits are made; and which glassware to use for each beverage—the guide provides critical information on the nuts and bolts of customer service, checking IDs, dealing with intoxicated customers, tipping, and inspiring a bar crew to work as a team. Including a glossary of common bar terms and recipes for more than 125 cocktails this third edition features updates in bartending practices and expanded coverage of the myriad tequilas, beers, and ales in vogue.
Author: Marcus, Lori
Publisher: Cadillac Press
Title: Bartending Inside-Out: The Guide to Profession, Profit & Fun
Pages: 00160 (Encrypted EPUB) / 00000 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2008-04-01
Category: Cooking : Beverages – Bartending
Category: Business & Economics : Careers – General