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How to Create a Free Bartender Training Manual in 15 Minutes

Nobody’s cooler than Brian Flanagan…If you’re born after 1982(ish) you’re probably asking “Who the @#$% is Brian Flanagan?!” Actually, you probably already googled it and know more about him that I do. But, in case you didn’t, Brian Flanagan, played by Tom Cruise in the cult 80s movie ‘Cocktail’, was a hot shot bartender who knew how to make any drink, did it with a lot of style, and at the end of the night, never went home https://remontibudowa.com/
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alone. He was that guy at the bar that every woman wanted and every guy wanted to be… at least in the 80s.

Almost 30 years later, and in real life, we know things tend to be more complicated. Today, we know that success is hard work, and most of us don’t get a eureka moment that makes all of the chips fall miraculously in place, resulting is some advanced level mixology as ideology.
The ingredients of a good bartender

Efficiency and success depends on personality, experience, and, most of all, training. Sure, there are plenty of bartender courses available online and offline. Heck, spending half an hour on YouTube can help a college jock holding a bottle of rum fool his buddies into believing he is a bartending pro. But, we both know that YouTube videos (with all due respect) are not enough to turn your average Joe or Jane into a good bartender that’ll keep your customers happy. That requires some additional work and training.
Why do you need a bartender app?

What does your average bartender do on their break? Survey says, the number 1 answer is check their phones. 25% of millennials look at their phones more tha 100 times a day! Nearly 50% of them look at their cellphones at least 50 times a day.

If you want them to also enjoy their training modules, swap shifts on their own, fill in forms on their mobile phones then you need to be doing it with an app designed for bartender use.

Pour in the basics

Training sucks! But, it doesn’t have to. You can provide all the materials straight in the bartender app, without having to create specific orientation or employee onboarding days, which are uselss past the lunch break an

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