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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Rip, Nov 7, 2005.
Bartender in training. Tonight was the first class.
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good for you I give my full suport to anybody considering the art of bartending and if you ever need someone to drink your homework hit me up and I will gladly help
What bar will you be working at when you graduate bartending school? Can you get me free drinks? Is there a food menu there?
ha very nice.. its a lot of fun ... you meet some great people and some wierd ones too
Did they teach you to 'brusie' the gin yet?
Pay special attention in the Guinness Pouring section. Very important.
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that's the Finnish spelling.
I had a couple (seven) on saturday after a ride, and I'm still hypnotized by a pint of Guinness.
Seven? I hope for your sake that you're joking.
What? It's good for ya right?
Guinness for STRENGTH!
Guinness never gives me a hangover. Guinness likes me. :love:
Good source of iron.
When we were in England, one pregant lady's doctor had prescribed a pint of Guiness a day for anemia(?).
3 out of 4 monkies agree!
This was me riding home though:
i start this x mass break
LOL!!! Classic. I bruised something else this weekend. Seriously, in honor of N8 I think I really went overboard with shaking the gin for my martini. It made all the difference in the world. Lots of ice crystals.
not enough k's, i's or h's in it.
Thanks, I can not emphasize how careful I am about my drinking and the preparation of such libations. Porters and stouts go into a pint glass that is NOT chilled. IPA's, Pales, Bitters, ESB's and the like go into CHILLED pint glasses. You must be careful with the preparation. Do not rush it. You will be rewarded once you have the proper groundwork established for the particular libation.
the preparation and presentation is as much fun as the inhalation...
So true. People ask for a beer at my place, they get a guy that starts to pour down the side of the glass, stops after decanting about 11 oz. (assuming 12 oz. bottle, brown only in my house), pauses :dancing: , swirls the remaining 1 oz. at the bottom of the brown bottle, and finishes the pour. This wakes up the flavor and brings all of the goodies off the bottom. Poor bastige that has to wait for a cold one. Pray that they say they would like it in a glass.
Actually...I have read a lot about Guiness and pregnancy. In England, doctors give women a pint of Guiness just after they have given birth to replenish lots of nutrients lost in the process. Also, it's often "prescribed" to breast feeding mothers as well! Good thing I like my Guiness neaky:
Here's a training video for ya:
Its always fun when your friends are learning to bartend, you can go in and have afterhours parties so they can practice
Good luck man, soon you'll be swimming in money :dancing: