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Banquet Bartender Training

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Ashley Harper

on 14 May 2015

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Transcript of Banquet Bartender Training

Banquet Beverage
Signing In
Communications Board
Getting Product
Product Knowledge
Transporting to and from the Room
In Room Set Up
Checking Out
Everything you need to know about being a banquet bartender
Clock In.
You are allowed to clock in 7 minutes before your scheduled shift
Report to Beverage Office to sign in



Signing In

EO’s (event orders)
Side duties (assigned by Captain)
ICS (Inventory Control Summary)
Communication Board
Fresh Juice and Garnish
Alcoholic Beverage Tiers (Deluxe, Resort)
Liquor
Wines
Beers
Soft Drinks
Mixers

Receiving Inventory
“Let me begin by saying that it is not possible to have a first class, cutting edge cocktail program
without utilizing fresh juices and real ingredients.” Dale DeGroff, AKA King of Cocktails

Fresh Juice Program
Any functions for 500 people and under
ALL VIP functions

Fresh Juice and Craft Cocktails

1 Part Simple Syrup + ¾ Part Fresh Citrus Juice
Cold Method for Simple Syrup
Fill a store-and-pour bottle with nearly equal parts sugar to water.
Turn the bottle upside down and shake until the sugar is dissolved

Homemade Sweet and Sour
Liquor
Beer
Budweiser
Bud Light
Miller Lite
Coors Lite

DOMESTIC BEERS

Corona
Heineken
Sam Adams
Red Bridge (Gluten Free)
Coors N/A (Non Alcoholic Beer)
Special Request Beers
PREMIUM/ IMPORTED BEERS
Wine
William Hill Chardonnay
William Hill Cabernet

William Hill is our house wine but you may be asked to serve many other varietals or brands
HOUSE WINE
(All Tiers)

Bar Necessities
Boston Shaker
Hawthorn Strainer
Large Tea Strainer (mesh)
Pour Spouts
Fruit Caddy
Jigger
Napkin Caddy w/
5" stir straws
Beverage Napkins
3" Logo Spears
Bar Mat
Roses Lime & Grenadine
Ice Scoop
Salt
Store and Pour Spout
2 Lexan Spandex
Table Spandex (Scuba)

Building Bars
Bar Necessities
Fresh Orange Juice is to used for specialty cocktails.

Cranberry (12 cans)
Grapefruit (6 cans)
Pineapple (6 cans)
Orange Juice (1 liter)
Sparkling Water (3 bottles)
Club Soda (6 bottles)
Tonic Water (6 bottles)
Ginger Ale (3 bottles)
Building Bars
Use the appropriate container
for each type of fruit
Pint Container
Lemons
Olives
Cherries
Quart Container
Sweet & Sour
Limes
Soft Drinks and Water For Sale
16.9oz Aquafina(18)
12oz Pepsi (10)
12oz Diet Pepsi (10)
12oz Sierra Mist (10)
Building Bars
Go to the bar location designated by your captain and
put your black scuba on your back bar table. Fill ice in the ice sink of your bar. Get the appropriate number of glasses as instructed by your captain. Place lexan covers on beer lexans and then place a tray jack next to bar with 3 black trays.

Setting Bars
Setting Bars
Work quickly and effectively to set the rest of the bar.
Try to put things in the right place the first time you touch them.
Place your mixers at one time
Place your liquors in the well
Place so labels facing the bar
Insert speed pours to pour to the left
Place clear liquors on the left
Place whiskeys on the right
Bar set-up
Showtime
Closing
Inventory (ICS)

Check bar for all required items
Bar is always rolled by two STARS
Transporting to Room
Top Shelf Products
Soda Mixers
Club Soda
Ginger Ale
Tonic Water
Salt
Fruit Caddie
OJ
Cranberry Juice
Pineapple Juice
Grapefruit Juice
Setting Bars
Speed Rack/Well
Roses Lime Juice
Grenadine
Vodka
Gin
Triple Sec
Tequila
Rum
Spiced Rum
TN Whiskey
Canadian Whiskey
Bourbon
Scotch
Brandy
Red Wine


Setting Bars
Bottom Shelf
Sodas for sale
Red Wine
Under Sink
Backup Stock
Sparkling Water
Sweet & Dry Vermouth
White Wine
Setting Bars
Making Drinks
Guest Interaction
Introduction
Ask to Return
Drink Sales
Precision Pouring
Specialty Drinks
Re-Stocking Bars
Add-on sheets
Bartending
Our jigger size holds 1.25 oz. on one side & the other .75 oz
Our regular size liquor bottle is 1 liter
You can get 27 drinks out of a bottle
Wine bottle pours 5 glasses
PRECISION POUR
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Captain and STAR will verify inventories consumptions
Remove glassware first (just like an action station)
If guests leave room then remove black scuba
(If guest remain in the room then come back for the scuba)
Re-build bar as described in bar set up
Complete assigned side work
Check out with your Captain


Breaking Down Bars/Closing Duties

Package Bars
Wine Stewards
Cocktailing
Cash Bars
Breaks
On going training
Bar Arts Classes
Wine certification Classes
Beer Classes
Miscellaneous Beverage
Bartender’s Role
Precision Pouring
Collecting Cashiers Receipt
Inventories
Cashier’s Role
Offering Specialty Drinks
Ringing drink request
Collecting Money
Issuing guest/bartender receipts
Cash & Drink Ticket Bars
Bartenders Test
Product knowledge
Common Drinks
Liquor Tiers
Wine Tiers
Beers
Bar Set-up & Equipment
Building Bar
Precision pouring
ICS
Bartender Test
Bartenders Lab
Product knowledge
Set a bar
30mins to roll to room
15mins glassware
5mins ice
25mins to set and clean bar
Breakdown
Remove glassware
Pack up product
Roll out of room
Precision Pouring
Exacto pour
Bartender Lab
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