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  1. Sep 03, 2019 · In 1919, mostly under pressure from the temperance movement and its political allies, the United States ratified the 18th Amendment in which the manufacture, transportation and sale of alcohol was prohibited. This put a temporary halt to the bartending profession. End of Prohibition

    • Tiesha Whatley
    • In the late 19th and early 20th century, bars went from being seedy spots hidden in alleyways to popular gathering spots. Bartenders began dressing up to work and following set recipes.
    • Jerry Thomas published the country’s first cocktail book, "The Bon Vivant’s Companion," in 1862. Thomas worked in the Occidental Hotel in San Francisco, and nicknamed himself the "the Jupiter Olympus of the bar."
    • Black bartenders, prohibited from going into white saloons, founded the exclusive “Colored Mixologists Club" in 1898. Black bartending in white saloons remained uncommon.
    • Women, meanwhile, barely worked as bartenders. A rudimentary census in 1895 found just 147 women working as bartenders, compared to nearly 56,000 men. Source: The Wall Street Journal.
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    The pioneers of bartending as a serious profession appeared in the 19th century. "Professor" Jerry Thomas established the image of the bartender as a creative professional. Harry Johnson wrote a bartending manual and established the first bar management consulting agency.

  4. Oct 31, 2007 · Dale DeGroff, who has done more than anyone to bring baroque standards back to the bar, encountered Thomas for the first time in the early 1980s, when Joe Baum, who wanted a different kind of bar ...

  5. Nov 16, 2019 · You need patience and endurance to get the job done, especially in New York City, where many bars are open until 4 a.m. And that’s something a lot of people don’t realize, says Young. “I ...

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  6. Mar 27, 1986 · Relief Bartender: Directed by James Burrows. With Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger. Sam hires a new bartender and appoints himself as host/manager of Cheers. But when his new strategy goes belly-up and he is forced to return to the bar, somebody has to be fired.