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How to avoid discriminating in job adverts

April 23, 2018

How can you avoid discrimination in job adverts? Firstly you should know and recognize a few key areas where discrimination occurs, so you know to avoid making these mistakes and falling foul of the law with your job advert.  Hospitality recruitment can be a tricky business to get right, and you need to keep yourself

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Bartending trends and fads – are they here to stay?

September 26, 2017

4 Mixology and Bartending Trends You Should Know About.  Just as with any creative medium, trends in mixology are in a constant state of flux. While the strawberry daiquiri may have been the most popular drink at some point, nowadays is different. Sugary concoctions are giving way to finely crafted and artfully conceived cocktails.  They

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Budvar Hoptails – beer cocktails event London

August 9, 2017

Budweiser Budvar redefines the beer cocktail with six new recipes from the UK’s leading mixologists Iconic Czech beer brand Budvar has teamed up with some of the UK’s leading mixologists to create six original beer cocktails – or ‘Hoptails’ – that you’re definitely going to want to try. Introducing Budvar Hoptail #2 – 'Victory Plum

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Bar 17 – Co-Located with the National Restaurant Association Show®

May 11, 2017

Not long now till Chicago hosts BAR 17.  It’s on May 21st and 22nd 2017. Register here now to attend BAR 17 today What you’ll see at BAR 17 Chicago Lectures and workshops that will to explore bar trends, and best practices. Mixology and demos on stage from some of the big names in the

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The Greatness of Agave

April 14, 2017

Nothing speaks to the arresting unity of tradition and taste quite like tequila and its cousin mezcal. They are revered for a rich, nationalistic history as well as their broad variety of expressions. Tequila and mezcal carry with them a reputation of both credibility and versatility. What makes agave great? Whether sipped solo or mixed

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The history of Absinthe

March 8, 2017

The “Green Fairy” In the long history of alcohol, few distilled beverages have achieved the notoriety of absinthe. Light green in color and exceedingly potent (110-144 proof), absinthe, has also become known as the “Green Fairy.” Valentine's Day, Shmalentine's Day, it's Green Fairy Day!#Absinthe pic.twitter.com/lS8bU3ZENT — A Perfunctory Life (@Leonid_ZMan) February 15, 2017 Absinthe became

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Malt whisky 2017 trends – exports soar past £1 Billion

March 5, 2017

The Changing Face Of The Global Scotch Market: 2017’s Trends This weekend global malt whisky exports eclipsed £1 billion for the first time in history. This news is very encouraging and calls for celebration following uninspiring troughs in 2014 & 2015. Exports of Scotch whisky are up for the first time in years, driven by

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Women and Whiskey

February 28, 2017

Whiskey.  As long as it’s been distilled, whether as bourbon, rye, single malt, Irish, English, scotch or any other variant, the spirit has been clothed in machismo; the ultimate guy drink. So where does this put women and whiskey? George Bernard Shaw referred to it as “liquid sunshine.” Mark Twain felt that while “too much

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Do you know your spirits?

February 21, 2017

There’s a new spirit recommendation service getting set up.. And they’re looking for your input There’s soon going to be a new service available which will automatically be able to recommend spirits dependant on your tastes.  This is to help give you clarity in what new spirits to try since we’re in the dawn of

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The Story Of Whisky: Epsiode 1

December 20, 2016

Whisky is in our Culture “The Nature of distillation is that distillers use what grows around them. So if you’re in France you use grapes to make brandy, if you’re in Mexico you use agave to make mezcal and if you’re in the Caribbean you use cane to make rum. In Scotland, our geology means

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