The History of Bartending

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The History of Bartending
By Tony Sylvester
Beginning of Bartending
     The history of bartending dates back to ancient times and can be found in Roman, Greek, and even Asian societies.   Public drinking houses, as they were called in those times (now called PUBs in England), served as a place for people to socialize.  Before the 15th century, the majority of bartenders were alehouse owners and female innkeepers who brewed and produced their own liquor.      In western European regions such as England, Ireland, France, and Germany, taverns were the heart of the social world for many professionals from investors to poets.  Bartenders and bar owners were considered members of the economic and social elite.  They owned property and were recognized as part of one of the wealthiest trades of all time.  This social status of bartending was then passed on to the New World. Timeline

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 1830| Nov 1830 - Thomas was born in Jefferson County, New York in November 1830 first learned bartending marketing New Haven. Slowly turning himself in America first celebrity bartender 's!here is finally laid down on paper, some of the history of the first cocktail recipes. It was a wonderful thing, but it wasn't just the cocktail, Herve Leger Single Strap the book contains other recipes computer "Punch, Egg Nogs, Juleps, Smashs, nonsense, Mulls, Sangarees, Toddies, slings, Sours, diverts, Negus, bushes, pousse cafe, cups, and much, much more. Thomas was born in Jefferson County, New York in November 1830 first learned bartending marketing New Haven. | Show more |

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