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The speed rack

Shelf that holds most used bar products.


From left to right:


Vodka


Gin


Rum


Tequila


Whiskey


Brandy


Scotch


Bourbon

Free pouring (counts)

1/2 Oz. = 1 count


3/4 Oz. = 2 counts


1 1/4 Oz = 3 counts


1 3/4 Oz = 4 counts


2 Oz. = 5 counts


2 1/2 Oz.= 6 counts

Building a drink

Ice glass to top



Never shake carbonated drinks


If comes with ice and needs to be shaken, shake ice with drink and then pour. Otherwise, strain out



When layering, use the rounded side of a spoon to pour onto

Highball glass

An 8-12 oz. glass used to serve 1 and 2 liquor drinks

Used for:


Greyhound


White Russians


Screwdriver


Rocks Glass

4-6 oz. glass used to serve liquor "on the rocks", which means over ice

Used for:


Mai Tai


Rusty nail


Gimlet

Cocktail glass

A triangular, 4-12 oz. glass used to serve straight-up cocktails, which means without ice

Used for:


Cosmopolitan


Martini


Manhattan

Hurricane glass

A hurricane-lamp-shaped, 15-16 oz. glass used to serve exotic and tropical drinks, sometimes even frozen drinks

Used for:


Rum Runners


Pina Coladas


Blue Hawaiian

Mug glass

A 12-16oz glass used to serve beer

Used for:


Ale


Lager


Porters...

Margarita glass

16 oz. glass used to serve margaritas and some fruit drinks

Used for:


Cadillac Gold


Strawberry Daiquiri


Blue Margarita

Garnishes - limes

This one is easy to remember - if it has lime juice, it gets a lime wedge!You also want to add a lime to drinks made with cranberry juice

Garnishes - Oranges

If it's made with orange juice it gets an orange garnish

Used for:


Alabama slammer


Tequila Sunrise


Screwdriver

Garnishes - Cherry Flag

Flags made with a cherry and an orange on a pick



Drinks with bar mix get the cherry flag

Some examples:


All sours


Tom Collins


Grape crush

Garnishes - lemons

Lemons don't really have any rules- they go where ever the patron wants

Some examples:


Long island ice teas


Tequila shots