A jigger for wine? - It's no pour decision!
There is a flaw in using the white plimsoll line marked on the side of a wine glass. While lines make clear cut boundaries on the sports field or in a car park, the same can not be said for wine glasses.
Unlike spirits, there is no (in either the USA, or Australia) legal requirement for what a measure of wine should be, just some guidelines. So the question remains, what is a standard wine measure?
Lemon Myrtle Honey Collins Cocktail
Size matters: too big to fit, too hard to serve
A mal-line influence: why some all-in-one jiggers just don't measure up
How we're waging the war on bar waste
Aviation Spritz Cocktail Recipe
This Aviation Spritz cocktail uses Rosé wine and gin for perfect summer sipping. Use a ProFlow pourer and ProMegJig jigger to accurately measure the gin into a large wine glass. Add rosé wine, grapefruit juice and tonic water to a large wine glass with a scoop of ice. Stir well with a ProStirrer.
How long should your customer wait for a drink? PART TWO
The one question you should ask for 2019? How long should your customer wait for a drink?
Like many people getting back down to business this January, you're probably looking at the how, what, why, when of the year.
But there's one simple question, that may help you answer a lot of those other questions....
How long should a guest wait for their drink?
ICYMI - Our top blogs for the year, as voted for by you!
The point of pour paradigm: How to guarantee the best cocktail experience
Have yourself a happy little Christmas: A Bartender’s Guide to Surviving the Silly Season
The countdown to Christmas is well and truly on. But, while everyone else seems to be in a mad dash of planning and partying, the race to New Year can feel more like a marathon than a sprint if you're a bartender. But don't stress, we've gathered some top tips for surviving the silly season...
Bullet proof bar management: first step, fire your speed pourers!
We’ve all seen it before – that team member who lets the side down and refuses to pick up their game - they're sloppy and messy. When it’s your business and your profits at stake, there is only one way this can go down. And that’s with the decision to give the sloppy bartender that boot. The question is then, should we use the same approach with our bar tools?
Not guilty your honour, blame the bartender!
When it comes to keeping customers, consistency is key
A cocktail requires consistency through carefully measured ingredients and should be delivered, to the customer, with no variation in volume, taste, or appearance. All without wastage!
'Easier said than done,' we hear you cry!
Summer Sessions: the low-down on low ABV cocktails
Before you know it, the silly season will have begun, and you’ll be left wondering what you’re going to serve your thirsty friends and guests for those all-day celebrations. Enter the low Alcohol by Volume (ABV) drink