Tag Archives: RSA certificate

Tips For A Smooth Running Bar

Getting to know your co workers is actually a crucial thing that ensures the safety of all patrons in the bar. The RSA course will teach you to look out for the safety of patrons who have had too much to drink, so that you can regulate their drinking and be aware of their safety. […]

Working Bar Tabs and Responsible Service of Alcohol

The responsible service of alcohol course teaches you several things that need to know about working in a bar.When you are busy keeping up with bar tabs can be difficult.  The bar tab is designed to keep your bar functioning in a faster manner, but  it complicates situations when people use other peoples bar tabs. […]

Learning About Beer

There are a lot of different and unique types of beer that you should try or at least learn about. One of these is Hoegaarden, and you can learn about this type of beer in the video below! As you can see it is not your average beer, and these kinds of beer can really hit […]

Some Good Places To Look For Alcohol Blogs!

  It can sometimes be hard to look for useful information on alcohol and drinking it, and while the Responsible Service Of Alcohol Onlinecourse will give you information on the safety side of drinking it, you might want some more information on other aspects of the culture. So to point you in the right direction […]

A Few Reviews of Beer!

Beer is an interesting alcohol, it is highly subject to taste in the sense that some people love it and others hate it with a passion. But for all those who do actually like beer, it can be a picky process when you are choosing what to pick up from the liquor store, and you […]

How NOT to Act in a Bar!

There are a lot of things that you should not be doing in a bar, but hey, it’s hard to control yourself when you have had a bit too much isn’t it. The RSA Course works to prevent this kind of behavior, but in case this is you, make sure you work on preventing this […]

Scotch: The Whole Perspective

As we all know, we are in Autumn and are moving ever so close to Winter. You know what this means…Scotch drinking weather (apparently). The article that was published on ‘Sloshed.com’ below, describes ideal scotch weather as “Frosty nights, windy days, with an austere crispness in the air.” But as we approach these seasons, it […]