gaz regan's Annual Manual for Bartenders will be the go-to book for professional bartenders worldwide. The Joy of Mixology, regan's groundbreaking 2003 work, has become required reading for staff members at many of today's top cocktail lounges, and this new book is, in many ways, a sequel to that book. The Annual Manual is directed specifically at working bartenders, not consumers, and this not only makes it stand apart from every other book in this genre, it also adds appeal directly to the men and women who actually hold forth from behind the mahogany. The Annual Manual is a book that bartenders can call their own. Besides covering mixology and methodology essentials, regan also provides readers with in-depth lessons in bar philosophy in a section called The Mindful Bartender; he salutes a dozen qFabulous Bartenders, q details eight qFabulous Innovatorsq in the industry, and provides recipes and commentary on the q101 Best New Cocktailsq from bartenders all over the world. Add to this the first part of regan's serialized autobiography, giving you a glimpse into the first 17 years of his life (yes, he has a story about the day he was born!), and you have a veritable compendium of a book, put together with love and kisses by a bartender, for bartenders. If you're a bartender, your library isn't complete with this book.For example, we have all heard Wilson Picketta#39;s original classic version of a Mustang Sally.a We also have heard cover bands play this song. The cover band offers a rendition of this songatheir Recipes and Ratios: Nothing Is Written in Stone.
|Title||:||Gaz Regan's Annual Manual for Bartenders, 2011|
|Publisher||:||Mixellany Limited - 2012-01-13|