August 20, 2007
Did You Know? Anheuser-Busch
This is the second of a series of "Did You Know?". This will be information about the world of spirits. I will be featuring a different spirit in each "Did You Know" blog.
Did You Know? Anheuser-Busch
Beer is a food product and does have a shelf life. Anheuser Busch Beers packaged in bottles and cans has a shelf life of 110 days from the born on date printed on each can and bottle of Anheuser Busch beers. Draft beer from Anheuser Busch is 50 days from the born on date.
Can & Bottled beer is pasturized. Draft Beer is not, so draft must be kept cold at all times.
Foam head is a good thing. Beer poured down the side of the glass eliminating the foam head will make the beer look flat and unappealing. It will make the beer taste gassy and will fill you up faster.
A half-barrel of beer holds 15.5 gallons and yields 154 servings. Drawing a beer down the side of the glass eliminating the foam head only will serve about 124 servings. That is a large loss in servings and profits as well.
For more facts about Anheuser Busch products you can check out their many websites!
August 13, 2007
Wisconsin Alcohol Certification License
Get your Wisconsin Bartending License online at our newest alcohol certification website.
Our Wisconsin Alcohol Certification website offers a 4 hours certification class that is approved by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
Upon completion, you may print out your temporary certification (called a Wisconsin Bartending License) immediately. Your permanent license will be mailed within 3 to 5 business days.
Our Wisconsin Alcohol Certification course offers 24/7 telephone support if you should ever have questions or issues.
August 06, 2007
2007 PBSA Leadership Conference
The 2007 Professional Bartending Schools of America Leadership Conference was held this past June in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. With thirty-four attendee's representing twenty-three schools across the nation, the weekend meeting was a great success as new thoughts and idea's were shared in making our school's even better.
PBSA President Roger Oldham opened up the meeting welcoming all, including our newest schools to join the PBSA ranks including New York, Fort Lauderdale, and Indianapolis as well. Guest speakers from The Wiley Publishing Company, Bar Products, and Jack Daniels made very informative presentations and the whiskey tasting was a big hit for all the attendee's.
The group celebrated with the annual meeting dinner and soon after the 2006 Awards Ceremony.
Here is a listing of the award recipient's:
2006 SCHOOL OF THE YEAR Nashville, Tennessee
2006 AFFILIATED SCHOOL OF THE YEAR Louisville, Kentucky
2006 NEW SCHOOL OF THE YEAR Worcester, Massachusetts
2006 PRESIDENTS AWARD Craig and Debbie Glick Dayton,Ohio
2006 QUEST FOR EXCELLENCE AWARD
Larry Stratton San Antonio, Texas
William Cobbin Cleveland, Ohio
Beth Merrill Kansas City, Kansas
Mark Hersey San Francisco, California
2006 CONTRIBUTION TO THE SYSTEM
Jeannie Gaines Atlanta, Georgia
David Edwards Nashville, Tennessee
Nadine Reiss Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Michael Perusse Orlando, Florida
2006 INSTRUCTOR OF THE YEAR Victor Deaton Nashville, Tennessee
2006 NATIONAL KEY EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR Randy Bullen Cincinnati,Ohio
August 05, 2007
Did You Know? - Jack Daniels
This is the first of a series of "Did You Know?". This will be information about the world of spirits. I will be featuring a different spirit in each "Did You Know" blog.
Quite a bit of the facts featured was information obtained at the Professional Bartending Schools of America Leadership Conference held annually.
Did You Know? Jack Daniels
Won Five Gold Medals
1904: First gold medal won by Jack Daniel’s Whiskey at the World’s Fair in St. Louis.
1905: First international gold medal won by Mr. Jack in Liege, Belgium.
1913: Lem Motlow entered Jack Daniel’s Whiskey and won this gold medal in Ghent, Belgium.
1914: Gold medal awarded during the Anglo-American Exposition in London, England.
1981: Gold medal with palm leaves from Institut Pour Les Selections De La Qualite, Amsterdam.
Purchased His First Still From A Preacher!
At the time Jack was only 13 years old
Jack Died Because He Kicked His Safe
One morning Jack went to his office and attempted to open his safe. However he couldn't seem to remember the combination. In his frustration, he swiftly gave the safe the boot. This led to a broken toe and eventually a bad infection that took Jack's life in the year of 1911.
Jack Left His Distillery To Lem Motlow
Lem Motlow was Jack's hard working cousin. You can see his name on the front label of Jack Daniels Old No. 7
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