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Bartending School Stocking your cooler
How NOT to stock your cooler
The below video is exactly why we need Bartending School Stocking your cooler lessons.
This cooler would have both Jon Taffer and Robbie Flair screaming at the top of their lungs. if your cooler looks like this someone needs fired!
This should go without saying but as a reminder, your coolers should be stocked and organized by type. Typically domestics go in one cooler like your Bud light, Miller lite, and Coors light etc…
Specialty IPA’s / craft beers go in another cooler. Always grouped and labels out so the customer can see what you have.
bartending school stocking your cooler
Stocking and Checking the cooler prior to your shift is a must. If you don’t have a bar back and the customer has to wait for you to run to the large main cooler and re-stock your bar area coolers you are doing it wrong!
Doing side gig bartending – check out this portable ice chest that mimics a cooler – perfect for mobile events where you can stock beers and more. Even when you are not in the bar, remember this bartending school stocking your cooler tip. Keep your cooler organized and ready for thirsty customers. In conclusion, If a customer has to wait for you to dig around or re-stock it from another location, they are less likely to tip you.
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