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Bartenders, Hustling Behind the Bar? Here’s Why You Should Enter this year’s Coramino Cup

Chilled Magazine

Celebrating the heroes of nightlife, the hustlers behind the bar, The Coramino Cup shines a spotlight on often-overlooked bartenders—those thriving in high-volume, fast paced environments—known for their unwavering work ethic and dedication to their craft.

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Hustling Behind The Bar? Submit for a chance in the 2nd Annual Coramino Cup to compete for Kevin Hart and win $10K!

Chilled Magazine

The Coramino Cup celebrates an often-overlooked class of bartenders—the hustlers of nightlife, high-volume, fast paced accounts that often go under-appreciated but are known by their peers as the hardest working folks on the floor. “We

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We’re Recapping Chilled 100 ELEVATE 2024: The Second Golden Age of the American Cocktail with Dale DeGroff and Ted Breaux

Chilled Magazine

was in its disco area, and the high-volume bar concept was introduced. This culture virtually ended after major events like World War I, the flu pandemic, prohibition, the great depression, and World War II. But after the space age and sexual revolution in the 1950s and 60s, cultural norms began to shift. By the 1970s, the U.S.

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Introducing FELLOW: Your New Go-To Vodka and Gin

Australian Bartender

For now, our Vodka and Gin is available in 700ml bottles and also a 15-litre bulk format making it an ideal option for high-volume establishments, events and festivals. For now, our Vodka and Gin is available in 700ml bottles and also a 15-litre bulk format making it an ideal option for high-volume establishments, events and festivals.

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The Treacherous, Untold Toll Bartending Takes on the Body

VinePair

When he moved to Los Angeles in 2010 to run Caña, a high-volume rum bar, the pain became unmanageable. Injuries to the shoulders and elbows from the repetitive stress of shaking and stirring cocktails are most common among bartenders in high-volume restaurants and bars. and elected to undergo surgery on both hands.

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Tinnitus Sucks and Should Be Avoided At All Costs

BarLifeUK

Don’t be fooled into thinking this can only be caused by live music or a thumping club system, prolonged exposure to moderately loud background music, and even the constant crowd noise of a high volume bar could be enough to damage your hearing, If you find yourself in this situation, you need to do two things – get some hearing protection, (..)

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The Biggest Wine Stories From 2023

VinePair

This further points to a developing trend toward high-end white wine in the industry. High-volume regions cut back on wine production As the popularity of cocktails and RTDs continued to soar, wine’s inability to connect with younger consumers dominated the conversation in 2023.

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