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The Official Harvard Student Agencies Bartending Course.

A crash course to bartending

According to the book itself this book can turn practically anyone into a knowledgeable, skillful bartender. With answers to many of the questions new bartender ask, recipes for 300 of the most asked-for drinks, diagrams and instructions on how to set up a bar and tips on how to handle guests, it will at least get you going.

This is the third edition of this popular guide, that with more than 500,000 copies sold has been instructing aspiring mixologists in the fundamentals of bartending for over ten years.

The guide is unique in that it combines a comprehensive bartending course with job-hunting techniques and "on-the-job" training tips from the pros.

This review is based on the second edition of this book.

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Written by A.Z.Speier (Editor), A.Burnham (Illustrator), P.Vandermarck
Publisher: Griffin Trade Paperbacks
224 pages, Paperback

Webtender's rating: 4/6

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