There are a lot of little things that separate good bartenders from great ones. Bartending calls for a knowledge of a lot of different liquors and drinks. However, all the knowledge in the world is useless if you can't work fast in a busy bar. Expert bartender Jason Griffin will show how to be a faster bartender.
Whether you're training to pursue it as a career or just like to show off your knowledge when you're hosting company, knowing how to pour a well-sized shot is great for tending bar. This method makes it easy for anybody to size a drink. All you have to do it count to 6 and pour. This video will show exactly how to pour accurate shot sizes.
In this video you will learn how to do a Flair bartend: vertical toss grab reverse grip. Start this trick with an over hand grip, then reverse grip right hand. Reverse grip and pour. Make sure you are holding your bottle security. Your holding the bottle and spinning with the other hand. You might have to practice the end pour so you don't spill as you bring the bottle back up. This video does the sequence many time so you can get the hand work done correctly.
Impress your friends and become an expert mixologist with drinks that are "stirred, not shaken." You Will Need
Want a sexy drink? Well, a drink isn't necessarily sexy, but how its made and presented could be. Check out this hot mixologist as she teaches you how to pour a blue balls mixed drink. Just watch this alcohol video tutorial to see the drink and to see the lovely bartender take the shot and dance a salsa on the bar!
Everyone likes free things, and everyone likes drinking. Combine the two and you've got one happy hour. You will need no expectations, a smile on your face, basic common courtesy, and some money. Never ask for a freebie. It doesn’t work, and since most bartenders have good memories, you’ll always be known as the cheapskate. Be polite
The coolest way to do a shot? Drink it from a glass made of ice. Learn how to make a shot glass out of ice.
Check out this video to learn how to chill a glass like a bartender. Bartender Duggan McDonnell shows how to chill down a glass for a better cocktail experience. This is a helpful bartending tip.
Learn how to rim a cocktail glass because it tastes so good when it touches your lips, says CHOW. One of the things that can be difficult is making a perfect rim witht either sugar or salt on a cocktail glass. Take a piece of citrus and rub it gently around the rim. Flip it over and press it gently in sugar or salt. Enjoy this quick cocktail tip.
This instructional video demonstrates the following flair bartending trick: the tin roll exchange.
This instructional video demonstrates the following flair bartending trick: how to roll the tin all the way around your body.
This instructional video demonstrates the following flair bartending trick: the forearm bump to tin snatch.
This instructional video demonstrates the following flair bartending trick: the tin snatch.
This instructional video demonstrates the following flair bartending trick: flip the bottle behind the back.
This instructional video demonstrates the following flair bartending trick: the bottle tin exchange.
This instructional video demonstrates the following flair bartending trick: the tin roll.
Learn how to flair bartend. This flair bartending video demonstrates the two bottle exchange with a forearm bump and tin snatch. Practice and you will soon master this flair bartending move.
Mark Bittman of the New York Times, reveals the secret of the modern mixed drink. His theory is that a good cocktail consists of alcohol, something sweet, and something sour. Eighty percent of cocktails are made with this formula. Watch this video to see how this theory applies to several classic cocktails.
How to bartend and make a variety of alcoholic drinks; get expert tips on mixing cocktails in this free bartending video series.
Good bartending can earn a bartender big tips when serving drinks in clubs, bars or restaurants. Learn how to tend a bar and serve drinks from an award-winning bartender in this free bartending video series.
Do you know what tools you need to make your favorite drink at home? On this episode of FoodGear you'll find out the five must have tools for you home bar. The most basic tools for the maximum number of cocktails you can make, you should think about getting a cocktail shaker, a strainer, a jigger (measuring cup), a juicer (with a built in strainer), and a corkscrew. Watch this video bartending tutorial and learn how to pick out essential bar tools.
Simple Syrup is used in many drinks as a sweetner and is incredibly easy to make. Ingredients: 1 glass sugar
Champagne is best enjoyed at a cool temperature and a frosted glass creates a festive mood for many drinks. In this how to video, see step by step how a create the perfect frosted glass and learn tips on how to have that perfect glass of champagne.
Measurement of the ingredients in a cocktail is very important. In this online video, our bartender shows you step by step how to measure ounces when pouring from alcohol bottles.
Melissa shows us how to get rid of unwanted beer foam using the Japanese Urawaza method of olive oil. This is a great bar trick that makes it easier to down a lager fast.
From simple bartender etiquette to advanced skills like making your own flaming orange peel garnish, we’ve got cocktail tips for you.
Learn how to pour like a pro when making your favorite cocktail. This video is all about the hold and placement, not measuring.
Watch this video and learn beginner information for drink mixing and cocktails. This video explains the tools of the trade like glass and metal shakers.
A bartender shows how to frost a glass in order to keep a drink colder, longer.
Learn how to add style to your cocktail. Watch and learn how to make a lemon knot drink garnish. We think the classic "twist" has a better look, but it's always nice to do something different... Make a lemon knot.