The Holiday Season is crazy as enough as it is without life throwing you a few curveballs here and there.
The Bartender Journey team regrets to announce that due to some life challenges this week, there will not be a Bartender Journey Podcast posted.
However, we know that you, our Bartender Journey friends, will understand this and look forward to posting an amazing episode for you next week!
We'd like to thank both those that attended BarCraft Live! with Stefan Giesbert of the German Cocktail Podcast earlier this week as well as those that couldn't make the live event, but requested the menu. If you're interested in receiving the Cocktail tasting menu including recipes, please send us a message via our Contact Us page.
We are excited to announce that our Let's Get Personal: Branding for Bartenders episode and accompanying guide was so well received that we are taking it on the road!
We'll be part of an industry event held by Bartender Journey Listener and Professional Bartender, Craig Schiedlo on Tuesday, January 24th at The Shepherd & The Knucklehead (Hoboken, NJ). The seminar will also feature a brief intro section on legal issues that may come up for you as a bartender, such as when you agree to bartend at a private event or should you decide to do some consulting.
For more information on the event and meeting us in person, please send a message via our Contact Us page.
Cocktail of the Week - Tuxedo Cocktail
In homage to where Brian is behind the stick, this week's Cocktail of the Week is the Tuxedo Cocktail.*
2 oz. gin
1 oz. fino sherry
1 dash orange bitters
Tools: mixing glass, barspoon, strainer
Garnish: lemon twist
Stir ingredients with ice, strain into chilled glass and garnish.
*This recipe was posted on Imbibe online and adapted from Old Waldorf Bar Days by Albert Stevens Crockett, 1931.
The Podcast will return next week to its regularly scheduled posting and meanwhile, we at Bartender Journey would like to thank all of you for listening, reading our posts and following up on our Facebook Page. Meanwhile, we leave you with this toast featured on our holiday card:
Thank you again and see you next week!