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Use These Bartenders Infographics To Make Idiots See The Truth.

In an effort to make your lives easier we compiled a list of infographics that help out the bartender greatly. Little cheat sheets to pull out when arguing over a few beers with the new guy who swears on his mothers grave that the Dark ‘n’ Stormy was first made in meth lab just outside of Vienna. See the history of the Dark ‘N’ Stormy here.

In all honesty there are people out there that do this. Use these to combat the idiocracy. If you are one of those people then gather round. We won’t judge you here. We can help.

So here we have it. The best bartenders infographics that help you to win an argument.

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#1 “I’m telling you mate, this Budweiser is a craft beer from Nicaragua?” Erm…


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A lot of companies have their fingers in a lot of pies. This bartenders infographic is of course only confined to some states in U.S.A but you can get the feel of who controls what. For an Australian outlook you can see that here.


#2 “Lagavulin is called so because it was first made by a tiny violinist who was experimenting with lager…” okay mate, if you say so…


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Source:  (these guys have an amazing concept on how to choose your whisky)

Did you know that #Lagavulin means 'Hollow by the mill'? Click To Tweet

Related Post: All You Will Ever Need To Know About Scotch


#3 “I had a great bourbon once that was made inside a boat just of the coast of Scotland”… Did you? wow.


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Most of the flavour for a Bourbon comes from wood! Click To Tweet

Related: Classic Bourbon Cocktails

Related: Know more about Bourbon


#4 ” So yeah, Tequila is basically just cactus juice with a kick…” [head in hands]

To a lot of new bartenders Tequila is a mind field of potential embarrassments. Hopefully this clears a few things up.

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The 1958 song 'Tequila' was the only #1 for the champs Click To Tweet

Related: Just About Everything You Will Ever Need To Know About Tequila


#5 The confusing world of Italian wine… not anymore

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#6 “This merlot would go really well with some roast rabbit ears like we had in Peru…” …Deep breath…


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#7 “So when the Russians invented the…” Shut up!


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#8 “Yeah so, Raki, It’s a type of wine” Get out! just get out!


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The most comprehensive list of how alcohols are made! Click To Tweet


#9 A nice fun one for getting to the end. Emojis.


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Using #Emoji to explain wine - so simple Click To Tweet


We have all been there. The constant insisting that they are right. Take no notice just go in armoured with these fact sheets and bartenders infographics and make them see the truth.


You have any other bartenders that really get to you with the knowledge they think they know? Let me know below.



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  • Russ

    Great post, but #8 Whisky Origin: Middle East is an epic fail. Distillation originated in the Middle East, but not distillation of alcohol. The earliest records of the distillation of alcohol are in Italy in the 13th century, where alcohol was distilled from wine.

    Whisky was invented in Scotland, where the first hard written evidence of whisky production comes from an entry in the Exchequer Rolls for 1494 where malt is sent “To Friar John Cor, by order of the king, to make aquavitae”, enough to make about 500 bottles.

    However if you ask my Irish cousins who invented whisky, they will claim they did. Or as they like to spell it, “whiskey”. This is of course not true, we all know it was invented in Scotland😊🥃

    April 27, 2019
  • Anonymous

    Hey Tom, thanks very much for the shout out! glad to have you here buddy

    September 4, 2016
  • Hey Joel, your blog posts are awesome! I can’t believe how detailed they are. Thanks for sharing such great information 🙂

    September 2, 2016
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