How to Talk to Your Parents About Bartending
Posted May 2nd, 2012 at 1:54 am
Maybe you’re still in high school, ok, maybe you’re in school with a heavy course load, maybe you’re not sure exactly where to go in life. And maybe you saw a movie, or had a friend, or did a google search, and decided that learning to bartend would be a great idea. The question is…How do you tell your parents?
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Bartending Basics: 3 Areas Every Bartender Needs to Know About
Posted July 29th, 2011 at 10:34 pm
As someone who is interested in becoming a bartender, it pays to know about the bartending basics that come along with the job.
Being a bartender includes a lot more than simply pouring drinks for customers as they request them.
Like any other profession, there are a lot of things that you need to know about your worker area, your day to day tasks, the tools of the trade, and how to prepare for your day before you even see your first customer.
Beyond that, it pays to know the basic tech...
PBSA Rolls Out New Tool for Learning Mixology
Posted February 28th, 2011 at 12:05 pm
It has been three years in the making, but it has been worth the effort! The late nights mixing drinks until they are perfect and photographing them (and then disposing properly - by consumption) has led to this new tool Called the Cocktail Challenge. The cocktail challenge was originally developed as an interactive study tool for our students in our PBSA schools, but due to the overwhelming acceptance of the tool, it was ported over to a fully functional program and now we are releasing it to ...
TOLEDO BARTENDING SCHOOL BLOG – Bartending can make you a believer.
The job market being what it is, I’m talking to people all the time now: recent college grads, furloughed office workers, retirees looking for extra income and excitement, or construction workers in the off-season. And I tell them, bartending is truly one of those rare ventures that can ‘stir up’ your career without a huge time and money investment.
Seriously. Where else do you get to make new friends—or meet old ones, every single night? Where else are you paid well ($100-$20...