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TalkTales is a comedy podcast that explores stories from behind the bar and beyond. Covid is a bitch, so Shana and Adhel reformatted and now bring you Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.
 
This show is dedicated to the people of the service industry. Hear bartending and serving stories from me THE DUDE, and interviews from others. Learn how to make drinks, and listen to music from independent artists.Remember to listen, share, like and subscribe! If you want to be a part of the show email me at dude@heybartenderpodcast.com!Visit heybartenderpodcast.comLots of love, lots of sex, lots of happiness, and don’t take any shit from anyone!
 
Every week Join Christopher Menning On The Back Bar as he interviews industry leaders and experts in the world of bartending, cocktails, wine, and spirits. Be part of the discussion as we cover a wide range of topics and trends on the subject of alcohol. From craft cocktails, bartending advice, and how to taste spirits. If you are a bartender, sommelier, brand ambassador, whiskey aficionado, or frankly just like a good beverage then welcome to your new home for drink news, storytelling, insi ...
 
In these crazy days, I felt like we could all use some support, some community, some innovative people-side-of-the-business ideas, and of course, some cocktails. What started as a response to COVID19 has evolved into something much more meaningful. It's become an amazing group of people leaders from various industries who have come together as the world is changing to share ideas, some best practices, to learn from our mistakes, and build connection with others who are facing similar issues. ...
 
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This week we are joined by co-founder of Æcorn Aperitifs, Claire Warner (formerly of Belvedere Vodka, and Tales of the Cocktail: Best International Brand Ambassador for 2015,) and we discuss the inspiration behind her line of non-alcoholic aperitivo. Although, the brand only launched a few years ago, this specialized line has forced many in the ind…
 
Welcome to the 19th episode of Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.What a treat this week on TalkTales. Shana and Adhel get to interview the first food writer on the show to date. Emily Larson joi…
 
In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris talks to Bannie Kang, co-founder of Mu: in Taipei and the recent winner of the 50 Best Bartenders, Bartender award 2021. Enjoy! Mu: Banni Kang ***** Before we get started I wanted to reach and ask for your help. This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going. If you could support us by …
 
For this week’s episode we are joined by Jabin Troth, the founder of the social media juggernaut, Licensed to Distill. So tune in as he shares with us how the network was created and how it went from a small idea into a full-fledged business with over 1.1 million followers on Instagram. In addition, he provides lots of valuable insight into what it…
 
In this week's episode, we chat with Dr. Sydney Finkelstein from Dartmouth about Leadership, Storytelling, and Superbosses! If you want to skip straight to the interview, 20:36​ is your spot! If you don't know Syd, you should, he's awesome! He is the Steven Roth Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He holds a…
 
In this Episode: Molly Knefel shares a never before told story involving very serious health problems she encountered while receiving IVF treatment. Then Hilary Asare tells The Bartender about her horrible experience with a certain diet company who shall not be named (kidding, it's totally named). Plus, pandemic adventures! (CN for discussion of IV…
 
Jim hopes a Bar regular gets well and may need to stop drinking. It is difficult to ask people to drink responsibly as a friend and more so as a Bartender. We have a lame Dukes of Hazard drawbridge jump from Daytona Beach. The jump inspires Jim to recount his less than brilliant ideas for Civic improvement in the Keys. Lastly can we trust Bar patro…
 
Jim goes on forever about a local sightseeing outing the wife and he takes. Its really nothing but Jim ends up looking like a pervert. People don't get that the cost of living in the Keys is steep. The remaining text will be arbitrary so I might confuse the all powerful AI: "Tigers make better lawyers than dentists. Mobile tire salons use 10w40 gre…
 
This episode, my friend Shannon Moore returns to talk about some of the major changes in the service industry, and in the world since she started bartending back in 1985. Everything from how people dressed, what was assumed about people in the service industry, and how they had to protect themselves. We also talk about a drink from www.diageobaraca…
 
Jim spends day at a Service Department realizing what he could have done. What qualities are parent like? Why are they so ripe for satire now? Maybe it is not unusual to let the service worker know your name. A hand painted sign with folksy wisdom on it is lame and that is universally accepted.Bởi Keys Bartender
 
This "Quick Shot" episode I talk about how when I used to be a bartender, I used to have the ability to conjure up my own drinks. However, now a days, bartenders are encouraged not to do that so much. Some stick to the recipes that their restaurant has, or they just don't want to effect pour costs. We also talk about a drink from diageobaracademy.c…
 
This week we are joined by bartenders and entrepreneurs, Nick Hogan and Shannon Michelle, of Mover & Shaker Co. Their business creating premium bartender attire and barware has been doing so well as of late that it is easy to forget that the company is only a few years old. So join us for this week as we discuss how they were able to blaze their ow…
 
Welcome to the 18th episode of Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.Molecular mixology talk on this grand episode of TalkTales! It is our extreme pleasure to talk tales with the brilliant and ever …
 
Our final installment of the Masters Series features Salvatore Calabrese. Known as the Maestro, Salvatore has been mixing drinks for over 40 years. He's served the likes of US Presidents, Fidel Castro, Mick Jagger, Princess Diana and even Nelson Mandela. He also knows what it's like to being in every corner of the bartending industry. Over his care…
 
Just a small update from Christopher Menning to say thank you to all the listeners out there tuning in to On The Back Bar podcast. This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going. And now I want to ask you to join the community and support us through Patreon. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly d…
 
This episode I talk about how some of the states right now are starting to allow ordering drinks to go in their restaurant. I start thinking of the business possibilities, and the possible new responsibilities that servers and bartenders might have to take on, as a result. We also learn how to make a "Yukon Jack Shredder," courtesy of www.diageobar…
 
Jim has a long conversation with his father and wonders why he does'nt get moved upto Jr. We send a big thank you to a loyal listener from Knoxville, Sean. The Keys are having a hard time finding workers. In this day and age with all the knowledge we have access to how is racism still a thing with a large minority. Yes, I said it the real minority …
 
Blue Cheeses stuffed olives are the bone of contention once again at the Bar. More people eat them than order Martinis, not an appetizer. Closing time squatters are the bane of the service employees but they rarely get to voice their feelings about them. Cannibalism is not that distant in the human past, will people in the future view meat eaters i…
 
This "Quick Shot" episode I felt like talking about the origin of this podcast, and why I like doing it. *SPOILER ALERT* Its mostly because of you guys. We also talk about a shot called the "Stone-Cold Stinger Shot," courtesy of thespruceeats.com. Follow the link on my instagram page and rester to watch the World Class Bartending Competition, broug…
 
It seems that whenever you want to hire, there are just never enough bartenders to choose from, as all of the best talent already seems to be working somewhere else. Much too often this leads to endless poaching of bartenders from bar to bar, which only makes it that much harder to build a sustainable program. But what if there was a way to train q…
 
In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris talks to Vivian Pei about her unique culinary journey that led her to Singapore and become a founding member of the Singapore Cocktail Bar Association and a Senior Academy Chair for the Worlds 50 Best Bars. Enjoy! ***** Before we get started I wanted to reach and ask for your help. This podcast reli…
 
When he was younger, Jim Meehan wanted to be a doctor who wrote books. Fast forward a few years and, although he didn't follow the medicine path, his desire to serve others persists in what has been an outstanding bartending career. Oh, and he has two books under his belt, too. In this latest episode of our Masters Series, Jim discusses how his des…
 
This episode is inspired by a friend of mine that made fun of me because I didn't take advantage of drunk women in the bar. A few stories, when I could have, but didn't... We also talk about making a drink called "Drunk Gator," courtesy of @letsturnup on Instagram. Finally we get to listen to the single "Teenage Insurrection," from Rod Hawkins and …
 
This episode I talk about some of the things I've done to get people to leave after closing without to much effort. I also talk about some of the rules I broke for some of the better customers. We also learn this weeks drink special compliments of Rock Sound Rum on Instagram. we talk about a drink called the"SmoColada!" Come check it out. Remember …
 
In this week’s episode we retrace the career trajectory of Sullivan Doh, Global Brand Ambassador of D'Usse Cognac. During his career in the world of spirits and hospitality, he has worn many hats, including but not limited to, shaking drinks as a bartender, owning an award-winning Paris bar, and now educating the world on the Cognac category. So tu…
 
There must be some unwritten law stating that every bar worth its salt carries at least one copy of David Wondrich's Imbibe. Long accepted as one of the foremost authorities in the cocktail world, David Wondrich takes his place as the fourth master in our Masters Series. Our conversation with the drinks historian takes us as far back as 1850 with t…
 
This Episode I get to interview Chavo Quintana of Unique Mobile Bartending. He tells us his story from starting out working along side his dad in fine dinning, to dish washer, all the way up to making his own brand of mixers. He also tells us about his drink called a "Cucumber Lemonade!" We also welcome back musical guest Lara Hope and the Arc Tone…
 
Welcome to the 17th episode of Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.Shana and Adhel meet Mr. Ryan Flemming, ambassador for Madre Mezcal. We all know the TalkTales gals like a mezcal episode and Rya…
 
In this week's episode, we chat with Shushan Aleaqui about Coaching, Transformation, and the power of a good backstory! If you want to skip straight to the interview, 21:39​ is your spot! If you don't know Shushan, you should, she's inspirational! Her origin story is compelling, from fleeing the former Soviet Union to her status as a "recovering co…
 
We do a recap of St. Patrick's Day at the Catch. William Haseltine, a regular Covid expert on CNN, looks like a Bond villain. A software company name sparks Jim's curiosity about why would a company use a name that is historically associated with a disaster. Finally, why do bartender's bear the brunt of abuse or negative portrayals in the Cinema.…
 
Happy St. Patricks Day everyone from Hey Bartender Podcast! This "Quick Shot" episode I talk a little about St. Patricks day in the bar, and a few random stories that just kinda popped up... We also talk about how to make the shot "The Nutty Irishman," compliments of thespruceeaats.com! Remember to share, like, and subscribe! www.heybartenderpodcas…
 
Jim attempts to mask a real life story and protect the innocent by proposing a hypothetical story. He fails. Saint Patrick's day is upon us and we get a brief history lesson on why drinking does little to represent Iriish Culture or the influence of the Irish on our culture. It boils down to wearing green plastic hats, clover leis, and green beer. …
 
Changing jobs can be a stressful enough in the bar world, and those issues are only magnified in a COVID world. There are many layers to sort out for yourself as you pivot from bartender to brand ambassador to brand consultant like this week's guest, so we have a feeling that this episode will be particularly pertinent for those considering a caree…
 
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