Tag Archives: Bartender

SA Government Launches Liquor Discussion Paper

A licensing discussion paper launched by The South Australian government will investigate among other issues, whether alcohol should be sold at supermarkets. The paper was launched in an attempt to increase consumer focus and address red tape within the state’s liquor licensing framework. The discussion paper will focus on 3 main issues, maintaining a safe […]

Levitating Cocktail Takes Bartender to Diageo final

A bartender from Melbourne’s Boilermaker House, Jack Sotti has just made the finals of the Diageo Reserve World Class Global Competition. Sotti made it into the top six with a levitating cocktail. The competition held in Cape Town began with 54 bartenders who have now been narrowed down to just 6. Read more at http://www.hospitalitymagazine.com.au/beverage/australian-bartender-makes-diageo-final-with-levit  

Adding Smokiness to Your Cocktails

To add another dimension of flavour to your cocktails and take the taste to the next level, why not add a hint of smokiness to enhance the drink? Here’s how. Add smoke with spirits The writer of the DrinkStraightUp.com blog suggests rinsing a glass in a scotch such as Compass Box’s The Peat Monster, or popular […]

Tasmanian Hospitality Skills Shortage

The hospitality industry in Tasmania is experiencing a skills shortage, particularly among chefs, putting its fine dining reputation at risk, a recent article on Abc.net.au explained. Apprentices are in high demand and literacy problems seem to be hampering progress among apprentices. To find out more, read the article here.

Hire The Best Hospitality Staff with These Tips

Isn’t it strange that the unemployment rate is rising, yet the hospitality industry is finding it difficult to recruit and retain staff? I recently came across an article on Hospitality Magazine which claimed to have 3 easy steps to choosing the right hospitality employees. Click here to find out for yourself if they work. One […]

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