1954 Practical Bar Management by Eddie Clarke
/ e successful modern Bar some- .les, but not necessarily, qualified as Cocktail Bar or American Bar—is the N[^duct of careful planning and sltrewd business management, and, at the same time, the expression of the ^personality of the Bartender. Wide |d varied is the range of knowledge d accomplishments required of the pn in charge if the Bar is to become social rendezvous. In Practical Bar 'ana^ement, the author, one of the it-known personalities in the trade Mfounder of "Eddie's" Club and leviously for seven years the man "und the bar at the celebrated •any Club—has drawn on an un- llly wide experience as bartender, lager and international expert to >duce this comprehensive book, ating of all aspects of bar manage ment and of the bartender's calling. Hisown practical knowledge is.-supple- mented by two valuable chapters, the nne contributed by an expert in bar accountancy and control, and the otiher by a barrister-at-law who has ^Mcialised in licensing law. Not only nn .m;.. r,l< but the public also will find mformative, since the author's racy"~" ^fyle is a true expression of his ^'"fiaging personality and wit. '^ddie Clarke's high standing in his profession is indicated by the fact he is a past President of the that' FT . i " ^tuted Kingdom Bartenders' Guild, ^or of two books of cocktail he includes in these pages a ^ book as readable as WWhelpfully ^
jrehensive selection from his |repertory of mixed drinks. He 'for six years as a gunner in War II,leaving the army with pnk of Captain, R.A.
tdistinctive Recipes ^antities for Parties
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