This concise reference offers those who have chosen bartending as their primary profession 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 id's, dealing with intoxicated customers, tipping, and inspiring a bar crew to work as a team. A glossary identifying common bar terms and recipes for more than 125 cocktails supplement the text.
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Lori Marcus is a professional mixologist and a former restauranteur. She lives in Lake Tahoe, California.
After trying several manuals, Bartending Inside-Out is the only text we use. -- J. Morley, Trinity's Bartending Academy May, 2003
Concise,informative,easy to read. Reveals the secrets of the trade up front before they're learned the hard way. -- Dan Mackey, San Francisco School of Bartending, April, 2003
The best illustrated guide to the profession that I've seen. -- T. Simpson, Instructor - Infinity Bartending March, 2003
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Book Description Cadillac Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New and in shrink wrap. 3/343. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000119337
Book Description Cadillac Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0964201984
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