The Potation Handbook is a unique book of recipes based on the practice of professional bartenders where they would write the secrets of their trade into a notebook that they used behind the bar. These traditional books were kept close to their producers as they would outline every aspect of what made their bar and service. They would be handed down from senior bartenders to their apprentices. They were logs of the history and progression of the bar industry. This book is the intimate experiences of Steve Carrow. He has been bartending professionally for over two decades. He details in the introduction how he was inspired by his great grandfather, who was a prohibition era bartender. He describes through the book, the interacting of a hospitality driven industry. The perspective is from a bartender whose intention is to provide an exceptional service to each guest individually. While it is primarily a recipe book, it is not a book about mixology. It is about enjoying the art of potation.
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