In his revolutionary new book, Dave Allred (TheRealBarman) uses his fifteen years of professional bartending and bar management experience to provide you with a powerful step by step, detail by detail blueprint for securing a high-paying bartending job with little or no experience.
Most bartending books on the market are simply a list of drink recipes and bar tools with bland advice on what skills it takes to become a bartender. Dave’s book is inspiring, dynamic and offers powerful techniques for aspiring bartenders, including:
*How to set specific goals that get you a job as quickly as possible
*How to choose the best bars to work at based on your personality
*How to get the owner, manager and bar staff to love you before you ever interview
*How to create a cover letter and resume that outperforms 95% of the competition
*The exact questions you will be asked in the interview – it’s like getting a copy of the test before the exam
*Questions YOU should ask in the interview that will blow the manager away
*The myths of bartending – It’s not as hard as they’d like you to believe
*Interview Do’s and Don’ts – 20 tips that will propel you ahead of the competition
*Comprehensive guide to liquor, beer, wine, glassware, bar tools, techniques and terminology
*100 Most Popular Cocktails Made Today
*The 20 Shots you MUST know to bartend
*All the skills you’ll ever need to become an expert bartender
*Why bartending schools are for suckers!
*Guest service and what real life is like behind the bar
Entertaining, humorous and informative, How to Be a Bartender is a must have for anyone wanting to know what it takes to break into the bar business. Everything in this book identifies exactly what bar managers and owners are looking for that will put you miles ahead of the competition. This is the first time a book has appeared on the market that actually helps people with no experience find a bartending job. If you want a chance at landing a high-paying job as a bartender, read Dave’s book, eliminate the mistakes that prevent people from being hired, and wow bar managers in the interview.