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Some Bartending Tips and Techniques to Get You Through

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Walter Ross

From a patrons point of view, bartending does not seem like a hard job. After all, a bartenders job is at the centre of a party every night, they get to see great live bands, meet people from all over the world and pour and mix drinks for these people. Actually, to most people, bartending seems like a fun, relaxed job and that is why so many young people become bartenders while in university.

When you are the one mixing the drinks, you realize quickly that the job is not always fun, you can’t enjoy the party, you are always rushed, you have to deal with people who have had a little too much to drink and the pay is usually lousy. That being said, there are things you can do to make your job easier and more enjoyable.

Here are some bartending tips and techniques to help get you through another night at the club:

1) Make sure you are well-rested and ready to deal with your customers.

2) Have ice, garnishes and dishes ready before the bulk of your customers come in through the door.

3) Take courses. There are bartending courses available in every town and city and usually they are just a couple of classes once a week. There are workshops available to in some places and these range from a few hours to a few days. It doesn’t hurt to mention it to your employer and he or she thinks it will help you on the job and therefore help the business, they may even foot the bill.

4) Smile! Your customers will make your night easier to deal with if you open up to them and be friendly. Chat with them about what is going on their lives but don’t ignore other customers who may be waiting in line for drinks.

Bartending is known to be a difficult job at times but it can be fun too and if you go in with the right attitude, you will meet a lot of great people, make some fun memories and most importantly, you will love your job!

Bartending can be a great way to make money and for the right person, it can be a rewarding and fulfilling career. Don’t pay for an overpriced bartending school, until you’ve read Rapid Bartender Review

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