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The Ideal Bartender (1917 Reprint)
     

The Ideal Bartender (1917 Reprint)

by Ross Brown, Tom Bullock
 
A complete reproduction of the Vintage Cocktail Book "The Ideal Bartender" originally published in 1917.

Tom Bullock became to be a well-recognized bartender of the time at St. Louis Country Club, where he served for government officials and other elite members. G.H. Walker, grandfather of George W. Bush was one of the big fans of Bullock's cocktails and wrote the

Overview

A complete reproduction of the Vintage Cocktail Book "The Ideal Bartender" originally published in 1917.

Tom Bullock became to be a well-recognized bartender of the time at St. Louis Country Club, where he served for government officials and other elite members. G.H. Walker, grandfather of George W. Bush was one of the big fans of Bullock's cocktails and wrote the indroduction.
After publishing this cocktail book, Prohibition made Bullock's profession illegal, yet bartending culture was stronger than ever, bartenders were well paid and tipped for supplying public a illegal substance of alcohol. Bullock moved frequently and changed professions during the dry period, but kept bartending at St. Louis Country Club where people could still drink. The country club did not keep the records on him working there.

Feel free to take a look at our complete Reprint Catalog of Vintage Cocktail Books at www.VintageCocktailBooks.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440457401
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/04/2008
Pages:
66
Sales rank:
1,199,066
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.16(d)

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Meet the Author

Ross Brown has written and produced some of the most successful TV series of all time including The Cosby Show, Who’s the Boss?, and Step By Step. He has created prime-time series for ABC, CBS, and the WB. Ross teaches at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University, one of the top film schools in the country, where he created the groundbreaking Byte-Sized Television courses. He has taught and mentored hundreds of students.

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