If you’re new to the hospitality industry, The Scholarship will teach you the fundamentals of hospitality. If you’re moving up the ranks, they’ll show you modern bartending techniques. And if you want to push yourself to the next level, you’ll pick up knowledge and skills beyond the bar so you can drive the industry forward.
“We genuinely believe ANANAS offers the most in-depth training for bar and wait staff anywhere in the world. From fundamental hospitality skills, such as pouring beers or carrying three plates, to more advanced cocktail skills, such as fat- washing and most subjects in-between.” – Sven Almenning
The London Essence Company’s full range of soft drinks is available in leading bars across the world including Kwant, Coupette and The Connaught Bar in London, Dante in New York, The Clumsies in Athens, Atlas Bar in Singapore & The Old Man in Hong Kong.
Evan Stroeve from RE, the Australian World Class Bartender of the Year, will go on to represent Australia virtually in the global World Class Bartender of the Year finals in July.
With sustainability at the forefront of his mind, Sacha set out to create a truly considered Australian Whiskey. Each step of the process has been thoroughly researched, with an emphasis on flavour through sustainable practices.
Beginning 1 May, premium spirits in the ecoSPIRITS low carbon, low waste format will be available to ALM customers, starting with Melbourne and progressively rolling out nationwide over the course of the year.
Evan Stroeve (RE, Sydney), Kayla Saito (Leonardo’s Pizza Palace, Melbourne) and David Aznar (Rosella’s, Gold Coast) were selected from hundreds of bartending superstars and will now compete in the Australian finals on Tuesday 27th April.
The bar world has been talking about sustainable practices for the last five years. From early leading lights, like the UK’s White Lyan and Dandelyan to more recent acolytes like SCOUT in London, Native in Singapore, BYRDI in Melbourne and Bulletin Place in Sydney and the newly opened RE in Sydney. They all have something in common: the world’s most sustainable bars are also some of the world’s best.
The prize is incredible. One winner from each region will be flown down to South Australia from anywhere in the country and be given a two-day food and cocktail tour that celebrates all the flavours of the region.
The postponed 2020 BACARDÍ Legacy Global Final will go ahead virtually this year with a date set for the global winner to be announced 30th June 2021. The re-worked format of the competition will also offer all 40 global competitors the opportunity to secure a US$5,000 grant, in addition to competing for the global title.