Best Bartending podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Join Chris and Julia Tunstall, the founders of top Craft Bartending website ABarAbove.com, as they discuss tips, tricks and techniques for bartending better, making tastier drinks, and having a fulfilling career behind the bar. Combining Chris' 10+ years' bartending and restaurant consulting experience with Julia's years in spirits media, the two have endless ideas for giving your guests the best possible experience while ending your shift satisfied (and with a full wallet!) This podcast is ...
 
Cocktail recipes, Mixology, Bartender tips and how to earn more money behind the bar.
 
Impassioned talk about Bartending, Cocktails and Spirits. Bartender Culture & Elucidation. Spirit & Cocktail Knowledge.
 
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On this week’s podcast – were talking about Flair, specifically preparing for a flair competition, as that’s exactly what I’m doing! Industry News Wetherspoon prepares for Brexit by dumping European brands JD Wetherspoon pubs in the UK have announced they are delisting Hennessy and Courvoisier Cognacs and Jagermeister in favour of non EU produc ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/134 Love the career but with you could take home more money? Check out this week’s episode for some tips for increasing your hourly rate, getting more tips, and keeping the money you make!
 
On this week’s podcast we talk to Grant Thompson from Tipll – a new app that allows people going fora night out in a new city to find the best bars and drink like a local, through the magic of augmented reality on their phone. Tipll – Drink like a local! Tipll lets users filter […] The post Tipll – become a local anywhere! appeared first on Bar ...…
 
We chat with GEM & BOLT Mezcal founders Adrin Adrina and Elliott Coon during Tales of the Cocktail 2018.Plus we talk to Calvin Peña and Doug Brickle at the CORE pop-up at MaseGEM&BOLT is the only mezcal on the market to bottle the mythical powers of damiana, a traditional herb that thrives in the same regions as agave. The innovative, herbaceou ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/133 Tired of the bartender life? There are so many great career options that leverage your bar skills - here are a few to get you started!
 
On this week’s podcast we’re talking about how Tequila is made – as well as our regular look at industry news and a look back on the week at BartenderHQ Industry News Ryan Reynolds has been promoting Aviation Gin with Jimmy Fallon on US TV Alcohol and energy drinks are a bad combination for humans […] The post How Tequila is Made | Agave Month ...…
 
After my shift the other night, I went to a dive bar that I had never been to before. I asked for a Tanqueray and Tonic. It came in a pint glass and was very strong. For a 16 oz drink to taste very strong... well there must have been a lot of booze in there. We talk about that on the podcast this week. Please let us know what you think about th ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/132 Curious what’s new in the world of “bleeding edge” mixology? Here’s what we learned in a few great seminars this year on the topic.
 
Casa Agave’s Jen Foley is with us on this week’s podcasts talking about how Casa Agave began and their amazing Tequila and Mezcal. Casa Agave is a UK importer and distributor of Agave products. Industry News – Millennials shun beer and wine for spirits Full Story In news that really didn’t surprise me at all, […] The post Casa Agave Talks Tequi ...…
 
August is Agave Month! Following July’s 80s month celebrating the Anniversary of Cocktail’s release, August is Agave Month. All month we’ll be learning more about the spirits of Mexico (and beyond) and reimagining classic cocktails using Agave spirits. Agave Month This month’s Agave focus will also be an opportunity for me to expand my knowledg ...…
 
Listen in to "Toast to Tales", the official kickoff to Tales of the Cocktail. Plus we speak with friend and Bartender Kyle McElfresh.
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/131 Everything tastes amazing in the summer! Here are some ideas for preserving those great seasonal flavors to enjoy in your cocktails year-round.
 
On the 30th Anniversary of the release of Cocktail we’re incredibly proud to present our interview with JB Bandy, the man who trained Tom Cruise and Bryan Brown to flair bartend for the movie. Without JB Bandy, flair bartending may never have gained the popularity it has today. JB Bandy Worked the Same Bar as […] The post I Trained Tom Cruise i ...…
 
Tales of the Cocktail 2018 was a great sucess! Here's a quick run down of what went on. More from #TOTC18 on future episodes. Cheers y'all!
 
Nostalgia in bars can be a great way to engage your guests and give them a reason to stay. We’ll be talking in more detail with my wife, Jo Eden-Sangwell later in the show. Industry News: Stonegate Buys Be At One Full Story: https://news.sky.com/story/slug-and-lettuce-owner-toasts-50m-takeover-of-be-at-one-chain-11445611 Stonegate pub company h ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/130 Brand reps are a key part of any successful bar - but they aren’t all perfect. Here’s what to do if you’re not getting what you need from your reps.
 
Cocktail turns 30 in 2 weeks time, and in this show we’ll be talking about its effect on the bar industry. Our 80s Month continues! Cocktail Bartenders Commentary is Here Industry News BenRiach distillery has moved into fashion with the launch of a line that “celebrates the creative approaches to whisky distilling and clothing design”. […] The ...…
 
Should we as a community come together to help a bartender in need? One British Facebook group this week didn’t think so, and it caused some waves. Industry News: Dead Rabbit to Re-Open after Fire The Dead Rabbit in New York suffered a suspected kitchen fire on July 1st 2018. The venue has now announced […] The post Helping your fellow bartende ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/129 “Inventory” isn’t a bad word! Here’s how to do inventory without the frustration so you can start seeing the benefits for your bottom line!
 
Jon Taffer has launched his very own podcast this week with PodcastOne – No Excuses! Welcome to the community Jon, it’s great to have you here. Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer’s hit TV show is now in its 6th season with over 160 episodes aired. PodcastOne on No Excuses by Jon Taffer “Shut It Down and […] The post Bar Rescue’s Jon Taffer Launches No Excu ...…
 
Its a bit of a philosphical episode this week about bartending. While we started with some updates, the real theme here is that bars need humans. While cocktails may end up being easily available either pre-packaged, sold at retail or may even fall from fashion, the real key that draws customers out from their homes […] The post Bars Need Human ...…
 
We are live from the Bar Convent Brooklyn conference! Adventures and a talk with our freind Vance Henderson from Monkey Shoulder!
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/128 Have you used crab apples in cocktails, adjusted your citrus or tried to replicate a cocktail you had in a bar? You’ll like this episode!
 
The British pub is an icon, known around the world, but they’re very different from a typical bar in the states. Let’s talk about that. Here are 5 big differences between British and American bars. 1: Our bartenders typically make no money. While the bartenders in America are able to make huge amounts of tips […] The post 5 Differences Between ...…
 
The Martini “Martini, shake or stir”. Here’s my take on that. James Bond ordered his Martini’s Shaken not Stirred because that is the EXCEPTION to the rule. If he had ordered just a “Martini”, it would have been stirred because that is the classic recipe. If the guest requests it there is nothing wrong with shaking this drink, but you will neve ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/127 In an age where you can buy strawberries in Alaska in January, what’s the point of a seasonal cocktail menu? And is it right for your bar program?
 
Sam went to Japan at the end of last year and into 2018, just before the opening of the Vanguard and while the builders did their thing. In this podcast we’re having a chat about a little of what he saw and experienced. Once he’d established how the weather in Japan is, we moved onto […] The post Sam Went To Japan. appeared first on Bartender H ...…
 
www.mixologytalk.com/126 There are good and bad sides to being a cocktail bar in a smaller market. This week we’re chatting with Micah LeMon to learn about how he found success in his own small market.
 
Listen to the Bartender Journey Podcast # 253 with the audio player on this page, or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Android or Stitcher Radio. This week on the show we talk with Walter Easterbrook who runs the Bowery Collective and is NY Brand Ambassador for Woodford Reserve.This show is also generously sponsored by The Bowery Collective.The Bowe ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/125 Ever wanted to be a Brand Ambassador? Check out our chat with Reyka Vodka ambassador Trevor Schneider to hear about what it’s really like - the good and the bad!
 
Listen to the Bartender Journey Podcast # 251 with the audio player on this page, or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Android or Stitcher Radio. This time on the podcast we talk with Bacardi Legacy Global Finalist Moe Isaza. Bacardi Legacy is one of top 2 or 3 most prestigious cocktail competitions in the world. Also, coming up is Bar Convent Brook ...…
 
This week on the show we talk to Natalie from Beautiful Booze. She travels the world taking amazing photos of her boozy adventures. She talks to us from Italy. We’ll talk about cocktail photography and also hear about how she travels full time. Listen to the Bartender Journey Podcast # 251 with the audio player on this page, or subscribe on App ...…
 
https://www.mixologytalk.com/124 Ever wondered what it’s like to manage a multi-site operation? Join us this week with David Sangwell to hear about his experience and tips for others doing the same.
 
BartenderHQ Podcast 2.0 Coming Soon: BartenderHQ Masters Series Sam Boulton is currently working on our Masters Series podcasts where he’ll deep dive into lesser known drinks, the nitty gritty of service and more. They’ll air every other week around the main BartenderHQ podcast you know and love so much. Coming Soon: David tries to flair […] Th ...…
 
On Bartender Journey Podcast episode #250 we are honored to welcome back former co-host of the show: Vano!
 
https://www.abarabove.com/acing-the-bar-manager-interview It’s the last (and maybe hardest) step to getting your first bar manager job: The interview. Here’s how to make sure you ace it!
 
Today on the show we talk to Michael DelRosso. Owner/Creative Director of Union Square Advertising which does Advertising, marketing, printing and social media strictly for the hospitality industry. He has some great insights for us about Social Media for Bars and Restaurants. You’ll definitely want to hear what he has to say. We have TWO origi ...…
 
247 Today on the show we talk Ilias Mastroganis, who makes Mastroganis Ouzo and Grappa out in Washington State. Book of the Week: Road Soda Recipes and Techniques for Making Great Drinks Anywhere by our friend Kara Newman. This is a fun little book about making drinks in Planes, Trains and Hotel Rooms, or wherever you might be. Every year TOTC ...…
 
Part 2 of our “getting hired as a manager” series, this one’s all about finding job openings and getting the interview.
 
Today we talk with Adam Seger, Chef Bartender/Corporate Sommelier at iPic Theaters and TUCK Hospitality Group. Upstairs from the iPic Theater at South Street Seaport is the Tuck Room. Adam invited Hazel and myself in to the secret room behind the sliding bookshelf. Among other things, Adam and I will talk talk about cocktails on draft. Also, a ...…
 
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! St Patty’s on a Saturday! Double trouble. If you are working, please keep your guests in line and encourage good choices! Consider taking the T.I.P.S. course. It’s about responsible serving. There are live classes around the country, but you can do it online at tipsalcohol.com Its only $40. Let’s talk Irish Whiskey! The ...…
 
http://www.mixologytalk.com/121 You’ve got a good amount of bar experience and you’re ready to dip your toe in management. This week on the podcast we’re talking about your first steps to prepare apply (and interview) for management roles.
 
We talk with Eric Kozlik from the Modern Bar Cart Podcast and Embitterment Bitters. Eric’s podcast is interesting and well researched. We discuss bitters and the effect that hobbyist Bartenders are having on the cocktail industry as a whole. It's the Bartender Journey Podcast #244! Listen with the audio player on this page, or subscribe on Appl ...…
 
This week on the show we talk with Mr. Philip Duff, who is among other things, director of education for Tales of the Cocktail. Well we continue to talk about TOTC, as it became official last week, (Mid February 2018), that Gary Solomon Jr,Neal Bodenheimer of Cure and Cane & Table have taken over leadership of Tales. We spoke to Gary Soloman an ...…
 
You may have heard of Small Hand Foods. But did you know its founder, Jennifer Colliau, started the business while working full time as a bartender?
 
Live from the Vanguard, David & Sam are talking about Koppert Cress – Cocktail Microherbs from Holland. The guys from Koppert Cress were kind enough to host us in Holland last year at their facility in Rotterdam, and then we spent an extra night exploring Amsterdam’s culture. Koppert Cress Microherbs Samples On the show: Dushi […] The post Cock ...…
 
Hello. First, Thank You for listening to the Bartender Journey Podcast and joining me every week as I chat with industry experts about bartending culture and spirits. You may have noticed that there hasn't been a podcast episode for a few weeks or blog posts. Life happens and instead of posting about it here, I decided to have some real talk wi ...…
 
www.mixologytalk.com/119 You may have seen “Gomme syrup” listed as an ingredient in some very old cocktail recipes. What is it, and why was it used in cocktails?
 
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