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  • Jim Murray's Whiskey Bible 2005 : Over 2500 Whiskeys Tasted, Evaluated and Rated

    • Author: Jim Murray
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $16.95

    Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Beachbum Berry's Grog Log

    • Author: Jeff Berry
    • Binding: Spiral-bound
    • Price: $9.95

    Tropical drink recipe book. History of Tiki/Polynesian restaurants.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Cool Cocktails: The Hottest New Drinks and the Best of the Classics

    • Author: Ben Reed
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $19.95

    Delicious, glamorous, even slightly decadent-- cocktails are back in vogue. Whether you want to throw a great party of spice up an ordinary evening with a special drink, Cool cocktails will provide all the inspiration you need. Ben Reed, London's hippest, hottest mixologist, offers a delicious range of recipes for almost 100 classic and contemporary cocktails(arranged by spirit), as well as practical advice on equipment and glasses. Why not start the evening with a classic apertif--a dry Martini, a sparkling Bellini, or an ice-cold Margarita? Of if you want to surprise your guests with something a little more adventurous, then mix up one of Ben's great original creations--a Bramble, a Cranilla Martini, or a Purple Haze. With stunning photography by William Lingwood and Ben's wise and witty words, Cool Cocktails will have you reaching for the crushed ice and cocktail shaker on a regular basis. For those moments when you want the taste without the alcohol, there is a selection of delectable non-alcoholic cocktails, including a Shirley Temple and a Pussyfoot. And for the die-hard party goer, Ben recommends several much-needed hangover cures, such as Prairie Oyster and a Corpse Reviver.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • The Stork Club Bar Book (Classic Cocktail Books series)

    • Author: Lucius Beebe
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $9.95

    From preÂ?Civil War bartending to the night clubs of the 1940s, these bar books document the trends and mores of their respective eras. Beginning with the first known recipe book compiled for those seeking to serve sophisticated beverages, through the birth of many of the 21st century's drink standards and the tales of those who consumed them, these drink guides provide an insider's glimpse into the excess and splendor of the pre- and post-Prohibition eras.
    A famous oasis after the ravages of Prohibition, the Stork Club was the place for celebrities to see and be seen. This bar book offers a historical glimpse into the high life in New York City at this legendary spot and who was drinking which concoctions. Penned by a legendary wit and bon vivant, this book contains recipes, humor, and stories about the rich and famous who frequented this elegant club, and sly essays on such subjects as the mint julep and the zombie. Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails : From the Alamagoozlum Cocktail to the Zombie

    • Author: Ted Haigh
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $15.99

    The authentic vintage cocktail has made a comeback. This book does not repeat the timeworn cocktails of old. While old-fashioneds, martinis, rusty nails, margaritas, and negronis are all great drinks--and this book includes the most authentic recipes--you can find them anywhere.

    Here, historian, expert, and drink aficionado Dr. Cocktail has hand-picked 80 drinks rarely made today, and all of them deserve revival. Some are from the nineteenth century, some from the Prohibition era, and some from just after World War II, as the golden age of the cocktail was waning. All are retrieved from extremely uncommon sources. In fact, some of these drinks were found carefully penned into old cocktail manuals or on scraps of paper and may never have been published. They are true treasures, indeed.

    Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails pays homage to the great bartenders of the past and the beverages they created, lost in time, but still grand and full of potential. If you have half the fun looking at this book and trying these recipes as the author did putting them together, a great party is sure to ensue.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • American Bar: The Artistry of Mixing Drinks

    • Author: Charles Schumann
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $24.95

    Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Start and Run a Money-Making Bar

    • Author: Bruce Fier
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $19.95

    Written by an owner and consultant, this book provides a step-by-step course in bar business ownership, management, and operation.

    It explains how to research the market and location, get a loan, design the space, purchase, keep the books, advertise, and hire and train. It also talks about food service, entertainment, regulations, ownership structures, how to promote and advertise the business, and other topics. Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch

    • Author: Michael Jackson
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $27.50

    He's written shamelessly for more than a decade and a half about his passion for 12- and 15-year-olds. He's described his dalliances with loves named Heather and Peat and some three dozen named Glen. His name is Michael Jackson. Relax. We're talking here about the Britain-based, award-winning drinks and spirits writer and author of, among other classic reference works, Michael Jackson's Beer Companion.

    In Michael Jackson's Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch, devotees of the dram can peruse the latest revised edition of the 1989 work. In 336 pages brimming with maps, photos, and informed overview of factors such as geography and flavor components--even proximity to the sea--Jackson sketches the evolution of Scotch whisky, from the prebottling days, when shopkeepers like Johnnie Walker and the Chivas Brothers would create their own blends for sale, to the late-1960s and 1970s' surge of individual distilleries marketing their own bottlings. Lamentably labeling the former as a time when "orchestrations drowned out the soloists," Jackson provides some sweet sheet music of his own: 294 pages are devoted to an A-to-Z review (including full-color labels and tasting notes) of more than 800 singles from "every Scottish malt distillery that has ever witnessed its product in a bottle." It's the perfect book to take to your local liquor store next time you're trying to navigate the high shelf of Scotland's highlands, lowlands, and islands. You may laugh at Jackson's description of Auchentoshan Select's "oily" nose with "hints of citrus zest" or Aberlour 10-year-old's "mint-toffee" bouquet. But you'll be laughing out of the other side of your haggis when you actually smell them. All the notes are well researched and designed to appeal to Cardhu-carrying connoisseurs, as well as those who'd just like to know more about Bowmore. In his introduction, the author describes a whisky's finish as "a crescendo, followed by a series of echoes. When I leave the bottle, I like to be whistling the tune." Scotch drinkers will find plenty to wet that whistle in Michael Jackson's Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch. --Tony MasonBook DescriptionMichael Jackson is renowned for his pithy wisdom and a remarkable ability to evoke aromas and flavors. This fully revised and expanded edition of MICHAEL JACKSON'S COMPLETE GUIDE TO SINGLE MALT SCOTCH is the definitive guide to single malt whisky and its producers worldwide. The completely new introduction incorporates Jackson's most recent research on the origins and evolution of the water of life, the nature of aromas and flavors, and regional differences. The book's core is the comprehensive A-to-Z of single malts, arranged by distillery. Each entry offers a new introduction and key information, and features Jackson's evocative, highly regarded tasting notes and ratings. This edition features a refreshed design, specially commissioned photographs of distilleries, and more than 1,000 tasting notes.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • The Food Service Professionals Guide to Bar & Beverage Operation: Ensuring Maximum Success (The Food Service Professionals Guide to, 11)

    • Author: Chris Parry
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $19.95

    This new series of fifteen books - The Food Service Professional Guide TO Series from the editors of the Food Service Professional are the best and most comprehensive books for serious food service operators available today.

    These step-by-step guides on a specific management subject range from finding a great site for your new restaurant to how to train your wait staff and literally everything in between. They are easy and fast -to-read, easy to understand and will take the mystery out of the subject. The information is "boiled down" to the essence. They are filled to the brim with up to date and pertinent information.

    The books cover all the bases, providing clear explanations and helpful, specific information. All titles in the series include the phone numbers and web sites of all companies discussed. What you wonÂ?t find are wordy explanations, tales of how someone did it better, or a scholarly lecture on the "theory". Think of them as "Cliff Notes TM" on the subject matter.

    Every paragraph in each of the books are comprehensive, well researched, engrossing, and just plain fun-to-read, yet are packed with interesting ideas. YouÂ?ll be using your highlighter a lot! The best part aside from the content is they are very moderately price. You can also purchase the whole 15 book series the isbn number is 0-910627-26-6. You are bound to get a great new idea to try on every page if not out of every paragraph. Do not be put off by the low price, these books really do deliver the critical information and eye opening ideas you need you to succeed without the fluff so commonly found in more expensive books on the subject. Highly recommended! Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Tipsy in Madras : A complete guide to 80s preppy drinking, including *proper attire *cocktails for

    • Author: Matt Walker, Marissa Walsh
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $14.95

    Gin and Tonic anyone?

    Remember the days of sipping Cape Codders in Cape Cod? Bloody Marys over brunch in SoHo? And Old Fashioneds at the Harvard Club?

    No?

    Doesn't matter. The 80s may be over, but the preppy attitude that pervaded the era lives on in classic drinks with a kick. Tipsy in Madras will help readers "prep" their bar, discern the brands to have on hand, mix their drinks, and delve into the timeless lifestyle. Wanna-bes and prepster hold-outs will get insight into preppy drinking fashion, customs, literature, and more-and answers to such essential preppy questions as:

    Do Brahmins drink beer?

    To monogram or not to monogram?

    Where does one find authentic prep school mugs?

    What are the best preppy movies to drink by? Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.