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Before, people would come in, sit at the bar, and actually talk to others—the bartenders, those sitting around them—it was lively and engaging. Everyone always looks perpetually engaged in something, so it makes it harder for others to approach someone. Oh, and Wednesdays are now common date nights. Right away you know what they look like, what they do, their favorite movies.
Safe, simple conversations are gone. There is just a lot more pressure to hit the ground running as soon as you sit down. K: Oh yeah.
Or maybe everyone expects it, so it just becomes this self-fulfilling prophecy. K: I can usually tell when women are done—most of them will get a phone call and need to leave. K: I can remember this one guy who used to come in to this bar I used to work at a while back who would stack multiple dates in one day.
And he did this for years. All of us at the bar knew his pattern and it never changed, although it was interesting to watch his taste in women change over time. K: In short, be yourself. Want to order wings?
Order wings! The post Bars Need Humans. OwlTail only owns the podcast episode rankings. Copyright of underlying podcast content is owned by the publisher, not OwlTail.
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Downloads goes directly to publisher. Impassioned talk about Bartending, Cocktails and Spirits. Rank 1: Challenges of Owning a Bar. Vano is on the podcast this week! We talk with Bar Owners from California about the some of the challenges of serving the general public. Also, what do bar owners look for when hiring? And, what are some of the issues Bartenders have with owners? Rank 2: Wine Knowledge for Bartenders 2. Wine knowledge is an important part of Bartending. Elizabeth gives us a fresh, honest look at wine and great advice on how to serve our wine drinking guests.
Pour a nice glass of wine and take a listen! Use the player below, or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher Radio. Rank 1: Episode 30 — Giuseppe Gonzalez. Finally, Suffolk Arms has arrived!
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It was great catching up with my brother, Giuseppe Gonzalez in this lengthy episode with tons of wisdom from one of the all time greats. The Long Pour for Schneidey-Show listeners. Download them and listen to them anytime. This podcast is for experienced professionals and folks new to the cocktail scene, and will teach you all about cocktails.
From the ingredients in the drinks to the bottles behind the bar and interviews with industry professionals, this podcast will help you make great drinks! We're all about mixology, cocktail creation, craft cocktails, liquor, spirits, alcohols, beverage programs, restaurants and bars, bartending, and the business of the bar.
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Learn how to make a fantastic drink and have some fun along the way! Rank 1: - How to Become a Better Bartender in How can you study up before stepping behind the bar? Cocktail Enthusiast is an exploration of cocktails and spirits, mixology and drinking culture, and provides discerning readers with cocktail recipes, liquor reviews and drinking news. This podcast will bring you booze industry professionals and highlight the current state of the spirits industry. This week, Crown Royal wins big, we learn that scratch and sniff whiskey books are a real thing and the fellas taste Talisker Syke and Talisker Dark Storm.
This week we interview fellow home bartender and part-time cocktail professional Erin Campbell, and talk to her about her experience as a server at 2 Birds 1 Stone, a top-notch DC cocktail establishment, and employee at One Eight Distillery. She also answered a few questions for us.
What got you interested in cocktails? We drank Aviations and Last Words, so then I was hooked. What do you like to make most at home? What would you suggest reading or watching to a new home bartender? What skills should they pick up?
I would suggest some basic tools- a shot glass to measure, a mason jar to shake, and a strainer of some sort works fine for me. Favorite trend- house made mixers, egg white cocktails what a bartender loves to hate , Things that should be a trend that I love- cocktails with coconut milk or yuzu. Rank 2: Three Ingredient Cocktails. When we were discussing a Trinity cocktail or three ingredient cocktail episode, we walked away with slightly different ideas about what the show was going to be about.
In fairness, trinity cocktails are generally thought of as not only cocktails with only three ingredients, but three ingredients of equal parts. We do a pretty good job on most episodes having a couple cocktails with few ingredients and simple construction— sours, Martini, Manhattans, Daiquiri, Margarita, Sidecar, Mules, Highballs, Juleps, Negroni and Boulevardier just to name a few. But you asked, and we delivered, here is an episode specifically about three-ingredient cocktails. Orgeat 3 dashes Angostura Bitters Lemon twist Palomoni: 1 oz Punt e Mes 1 oz Campari 1 oz mezcal Grapefruit twist, for garnish Did we miss your favorite three ingredient cocktail or variation?
Let us know! We talk about a seminal summer drink: The Margarita! History of the Margarita, including early versions of it. Are frozen drinks frowned upon? Agave syrup as a sweetener? A big welcome to Sugarlands Distilling as our sponsor! The art of the craft cocktail and what sets them apart. Making macarons, How to now screw up a Dirty Martini. Lots of olive talk. Drink what you want. Hosted by the award-winning bartender, Erick Castro. They have no juices or shaker tins, because they only make stirred drinks.
Listen in as we talk about batching cocktails, assigning homework to your bartenders, and the challenges of building a bar around bitters. A podcast about the scintillating, amusing, and often quite consequential stories to be found in a glass of spirits. In newspapers around the world carried the story of the Rum Riot in Portland, Maine. Maine had become a dry state, and an angry crowd had tried to break into city hall to seize a stash of rum being held there.
The mayor, a Temperance crusader who had the movement for Prohibition ordered the militia to fire into the crowd, and a young sailor was killed. Featuring guest Herb Adams, Maine historian. Show notes: chpodcast. New Orleans has long been known as an oasis of cultural deviancy in the conservative South. So how did the city react to Prohibition? Not well, as you might imagine.
Behind The Bar Show is a podcast presentation about all things involving alcohol, cocktails, bars, etc. This episode goes into where I've been and where this show is going. Rank 2: Episode - Bar Tools - Juicer. This is part 4 of our Bar Tools series about juicers and, yeah, I kind of go off on a tangent about some of my juicing pet peeves. Rank 1: Episode 2: Love and Bartending. We talked with a few industry members to get their take, as well as with a relationship counselor for a little professional advice.
Rank 2: Episode 1: What does the future hold?. The Tales of the Cocktail podcast celebrates and highlights the people, places, products, culture and ideas that make up the spirits and bartending industries. For our debut episode, it's all about the future.
A Fly on the Wall, a Bartender's Perspective. on Apple Books
What might bring to the bartending community? To ensure a great experience, you MUST vet quality bartenders to find someone who can deliver drinks with excellence and panache. Go to your favourite cocktail bars in town and note your favourite bartenders. Bartenders have evolved a great deal from the 70s, 80s, and 90s — they have become true professionals.