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Delve into the fascinating, individual stories of the Kings and Queens of England and the United Kingdom starting from 1066. From the chivalric warriors, to the hungry war-mongers to the nefarious tyrants. Discover the monarchs at their most prestigious and most fragile. Hosted by Jonny Langton Twitter - @kingsqueenspod Facebook – The Kings and Queens podcast
 
The Secret Of Great Men That Operate In The Flow Of God's Power And Blessing On the 30th of October, 2020, around 4pm in the evening I had a sense of urgency to pray, while I was praying I began to ask the LORD for His plan for my life and ministry but It seems God was taking me through another thing, though I was not dissappointed because God said I was putting the horse before the cart. Holy Spirit started pouring into my spirit that which is needful, he began by showing that the plan is n ...
 
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Technology can often help us provide a better experience for both our staff and our guests, but at what point does it detract from the overall experience? To argue the case for keeping things old-school, we are joined by Jill Cockson —entrepreneur & owner of Drastic Measures, Swordfish Toms, and Chartreuse Saloon. Cockson believes that bar owners s…
 
According to contemporary John Hayward, ‘no one knew better than Elizabeth I (1558-1603) the art of commanding men.’ Even at 17 her tutor said the constitution of her mind is exempt from female weakness and she is endued with a masculine power of application. No apprehension quicker, no memory more retentive. With the nation perhaps more divided by…
 
For this episode, we decided to open up about what is going on with what Amelia and I have been going through in regards to our marriage and her battle with addiction. On a lighter note, we also talk about getting hired at one of the industry's top bars. Thank you so much for taking the time to allow us to get personal & we hope our experience can …
 
This week we are joined by spirits marketing guru Steven Grasse, Founder and CEO of Tamworth Distilling in New Hampshire. Grasse is the creator of some of the biggest brands in the world, such as Sailor Jerry Rum and Hendrick’s Gin. Years later he runs a team of 75 people and still lists iconic brands such as Guinness Beer, E&J Gallo and Miller Hig…
 
Covering bars and travel for drinks media can be difficult in today's world, but it can still be done. PPE and constant COVID tests can begin to feel arduous at times, so to help us wrap our heads around what it is like to cover global cocktails today, we are joined by Holly Graham, managing editor of Drink Magazine Asia. So tune in to hear her per…
 
With many bars gearing up their fall & winter menus, we wanted to make sure that they don’t forget about boozy milkshakes and the role they play on cocktail menus around the world. To shed some light on these frosty treats, we are joined by Kim Haasarud (James Beard-honored bartender, author, president of the United States Bartender’s Guild,) so li…
 
For this week's episode we dive into the topic of pollinators and the role that they play in the food that we eat and the cocktails we drink. To help illuminate the topic, we are joined by Barr Hill Gin's Master Distiller, Ryan Christiansen, and their Head Bartender & Beverage Director, Sam Nelis. So tune in and learn about Bee’s Knees Week, sustai…
 
Tasting and evaluating spirits can be an intimidating and daunting task. In fact, many bartenders and industry professionals who are well-versed at making cocktails, find themselves at a loss when approaching liquor on its own. To help us better understand and navigate the world of tasting spirits, we are joined by Samara Davis, founder of the Blac…
 
For this episode of the show, we are joined by Simón Alberti, bartender and entrepreneur. Although he is Venezuelan by birth, he really made his mark in Mexico, first by bartending at the world-famous Licoreria Limantour, and now at La Rustica bars, which are located off of the Pacific coast in an idyllic seaside resort. So tune in as we trace his …
 
For this week’s episode of the show, we are joined by industry veteran, Kelly Merrell, lead bartender of Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. During the chat we discuss how the bar came together, while also taking a peek behind the curtains of this world famous drinking destination. _______________________________ Joi…
 
This might be one of the realest bonus episodes that I have done yet. We just drop the niceties of society and talk about things that we really needed to get off of our chests. I really hope that you enjoy the way that it came out. To gain access to weekly bonus episodes head on over to: https://patreon.com/bartenderatlarge…
 
Getting your name out there while representing for your bar can be much more difficult when you aren't in one of the cocktail hubs of the world. But just because your hood isn't well known for drinks doesn't mean that there are not some incredible things going on there. To offer up some advice on how to blow up your city, we are joined by Mary Pala…
 
This week we are joined by Christina Veira, GM & Managing Partner of Toronto’s Bar Mordecai and instructor for WSET, to learn about what it is like to juggle the roles of consultant and bar owner during the pandemic. _______________________________ Join us every Monday as acclaimed bartender, Erick Castro, interviews some of the bar industry's top …
 
This week we are joined by Angus Winchester, a long-time industry veteran with over three decades of experience training and educating bartenders and spirits professionals. In the past, he was VP of Education and Training for Barmetrix, as well as the Tales of the Cocktail: Best International Brand Ambassador for 2012. Currently he is the Director …
 
For this week’s episode we dive deep into the scientific phenomena surrounding alcohol with Adam Rogers, science writer WIRED and also the author of The New York Times science bestseller Proof: The Science of Booze. _______________________________ Join us every Monday as acclaimed bartender, Erick Castro, interviews some of the bar industry's top t…
 
Our guest, Travis Tober, this week wears many hats within the industry. From owning & operating 3 bars to consulting for major brands to being the personal cocktail liason to Ryan Reynolds, he has naturally manages to keep very busy. To hear all about how he manages to juggle & prioritize his entrepreneurial endeavors then be sure to tune in. _____…
 
For this episode of the show, we are joined by author and writer, Elva Ramirez to discuss her new book, Zero Proof Cocktails. Her book not only features incredible recipes, but also details the history of the non-alcoholic cocktail in America. Learn more: https://www.elvaramirez.com/zero-proof-book ______________________ Join us every Monday as acc…
 
This week’s episode of the show features Jay Kahn, the co-founder of Coa in Hong Kong — which was recently named Asia's Best Bar for 2021. Coa is a bar where the spirits of Mexico take the spotlight and are showcased for Hong Kong’s most discerning cocktail drinkers. But it’s not just Tequila and Oaxacan mezcal that are being highlighted, but also …
 
Mary I (1553-58) led the only successful revolt in 16th century England becoming the first anointed Queen regnant. She had witnessed the decimation of the Roman Catholic church in England for her father's ultimate goal of siring a son. According to G.R. Elton, the vicious attack on her mother and her own bastardisation and the treatment of her reli…
 
For this episode of the show, we are joined by author and the owner of the acclaimed DC cocktail bar, the Columbia Room, Derek Brown. Being that Brown has such a passion for the cerebral aspects of the cocktail, we decided to examine it through the lens of why it is so important from both a cultural and anthropological standpoint. _________________…
 
For this episode of the show, we decided to explore the ever changing dynamics of management systems. Much of what makes a business successful — and keeps it successful— is being in touch with the numbers, while still keeping in sync with your team. To help us better understand this aspect of the industry, we are joined by Jason Williams, creative …
 
With the hottest months of the year upon us, we thought what better time is there to get schooled on the fundamentals of boozy slushies. Entering this area of cocktails can stump even the most talented of bartenders, as the skill set that covers making individual cocktails doesn't always translate to drinks coming out of a slushy machine. So to bet…
 
At the beginning of 1553, Henry VIII’s only son King Edward VI was dying. For the first time in English history all potential claimants were women. Henry’s daughters Mary and Elizabeth, and their cousins Jane Grey (1553) and Mary, Queen of Scots. For the first time in history, England would have a Queen regnant. Partisan councillors would jockey fo…
 
From looking on social media and the food press it would seem that guests are eager for high-quality ingredients prepared by well paid workers in a healthy work environment, but what does this really? Are people prepared to a bit more for these things? Why do we not mind paying $14 for a cocktail, but balk at a $12 dollar sandwich? And what if chea…
 
For this special episode of the show, we are joined by Lauren Paylor, who is here to tell us why large format serves can be such a boon to bars & restaurants this summer. Everything from pitchers to punch bowls to draft cocktails are a great way to cater to guests deliciously and quickly, so tune in now to hear more. Presented by Diageo Bar Academy…
 
In can often be difficult to stick up for yourself & your coworkers when you find yourself in a toxic and abusive work environment. But what do you do when the abuser is a renowned celebrity chef such as David Chang of Momufuku fame. In situations such as this, it can be extremely difficult, as the power dynamics can be so lopsided, both in power &…
 
Tiffanie Barriere has made an impact on the cocktail industry that is nearly unmatched in the industry, and much of that is due to her work on the bar program at One Flew South, which is located in the Atlanta Airport. Due to the bar's location in the world's busiest airport, it was serving up craft cocktails to people from all around the world, ma…
 
In 1547, the last minority in English history was formed for 9 year old Edward VI (1547-53). After the titanic reign of his father Henry VIII, a contemporary may have wondered if the country may be engulfed in civil war once more.Had the rampant religious and administrative upheaval been possible due to the colossus at the helm? Would the country a…
 
On this week’s episode the podcast, we are joined by Australian Bartender Magazine’s 2018 Bartender of the Year, Jenna Hemsworth to talk about what is on her mind these days. Those topics range on everything from the bartender’s de facto role as gatekeeper on what is “cool” to drink to how the pandemic has affected the Aussie bar scene. In addition…
 
Starting your own mobile craft cocktail service is an idea that has crossed many a bartender’s minds --particularly as more and more people wish to incorporate elevated beverage options at their events and parties. But what actually goes into starting such a business? Also, what are some of the key opportunities and pitfalls that come along with it…
 
For this episode of the show, we are joined by Antonio Rodriguez, the director of production at Patrón Tequila. So tune in as we discuss many of the green initiatives that Patrón has instituted over the years and how they are able to accomplish sustainability at scale. Since there are so many challenges and opportunities that are unique to making t…
 
Does Juana Loca (Joanna the Mad) Queen of Castile (1504-55) and Aragon (1516-55) deserve her title? Was she really unfit for rule or was she merely a victim of her father's, her husband's and her son's political machinations? Find out with Cristina Sanchez Gomez. CHARACTERS (names in Spanish) Juana - Queen of Castile (1504-55) and Aragon (1516-55) …
 
Competing on a national stage can be nerve-racking as it is, but it gets even more complicated and intense when it has to be done virtually, as it was this year for World Class. To hear more about how it felt to compete, we are joined by someone who was smack dab in the thick of it, the 2021 US champion for the United States, Adam George Fournier. …
 
Henry VIII (1509-47) was described by historian Simon Jenkins as the ‘Hercules of English history – part tyrant, part polymath, part renaissance prince, who tore up the Plantagenet rulebook’. He was a prolific builder of English monarchy giving the nation a new identity, free from the shackles of Rome. His impact on religion, on government and on s…
 
For this episode of the show, we are joined by draft cocktail wizard, Ben Scorah, co-founder of Road Soda & Lima Limon Cocktails. Since there seem to be so many questions around draft cocktails, we decided to bring on an expert and pioneer in the field who could give us an informative and thorough primer on all of the basics and fundamentals of a s…
 
For this week’s episode we are joined by Kansas City bartender and the co-founder of J. Rieger & Co. distillery, Ryan Maybee. Maybee is a pioneer for craft spirits and cocktails in the Midwest, so he has plenty of insight to share with us. During our chat we discuss the story behind the founding of his distillery, and the work that went into revita…
 
For this special episode, we partner up with our friends at Diageo Bar Academy to learn more about the educational opportunities that they are offering today's bartenders. Joining us is bartender turned marketing manager, Cassandra Ericson, so tune in as we discuss the many ways that their site is helping to educate industry pros at all levels --no…
 
This week we are joined by co-founder of Æcorn Aperitifs, Claire Warner (formerly of Belvedere Vodka, and Tales of the Cocktail: Best International Brand Ambassador for 2015,) and we discuss the inspiration behind her line of non-alcoholic aperitivo. Although, the brand only launched a few years ago, this specialized line has forced many in the ind…
 
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was the longest serving consort in British history. His commitment was remarkable with over 22,000 royal engagements. If Queen Elizabeth II is remembered as the greatest monarch in British history, it will be largely due to the support of her husband Prince Philip. On their golden wedding anniversary in 1997 she sai…
 
According to the chronicler Vergil, ‘Henry VII's (1485-1509) spirit was distinguished, wise and prudent; his mind was brave and resolute and it never, even at moments of great danger, deserted him’. He was the last king to win the crown on the battlefield in one of the most significant moments in English history. But history does not remember him a…
 
For this week’s episode we are joined by Jabin Troth, the founder of the social media juggernaut, Licensed to Distill. So tune in as he shares with us how the network was created and how it went from a small idea into a full-fledged business with over 1.1 million followers on Instagram. In addition, he provides lots of valuable insight into what it…
 
This week we are joined by bartenders and entrepreneurs, Nick Hogan and Shannon Michelle, of Mover & Shaker Co. Their business creating premium bartender attire and barware has been doing so well as of late that it is easy to forget that the company is only a few years old. So join us for this week as we discuss how they were able to blaze their ow…
 
It seems that whenever you want to hire, there are just never enough bartenders to choose from, as all of the best talent already seems to be working somewhere else. Much too often this leads to endless poaching of bartenders from bar to bar, which only makes it that much harder to build a sustainable program. But what if there was a way to train q…
 
In this week’s episode we retrace the career trajectory of Sullivan Doh, Global Brand Ambassador of D'Usse Cognac. During his career in the world of spirits and hospitality, he has worn many hats, including but not limited to, shaking drinks as a bartender, owning an award-winning Paris bar, and now educating the world on the Cognac category. So tu…
 
Changing jobs can be a stressful enough in the bar world, and those issues are only magnified in a COVID world. There are many layers to sort out for yourself as you pivot from bartender to brand ambassador to brand consultant like this week's guest, so we have a feeling that this episode will be particularly pertinent for those considering a caree…
 
Running a magazine that is geared towards the cocktail business is a feat all in itself, but what do you do when the bars you cover are all shut down due to quarantine? In other words, how do you ensure the survival of an industry magazine when the industry itself has taken such a brutal hit? To help us better understand the struggles that face tod…
 
Many of us in the bar business only mingle with attorneys when we are having legal troubles or serving a lawyer at the bartop. Which means that much too often bartenders are opening bars and entering business arrangements without someone in their corner handling the legal issues surrounding the paperwork. To help us make some sense around this oft …
 
This week we are joined by Salvatore Calabrese, one of the most iconic and acclaimed bartenders of the modern era. In addition to creating the Breakfast Martini and authoring over a dozen books, he is also the man credited with fathering one of the most renowned versions of the Martini that the world has ever seen: The world-famous Duke’s Martini. …
 
It is hard to find another category in the bar world that is both as mysterious, yet as historically rich as vermouth. While bourbon and rum trainings and seminars are a dime a dozen, finding one on vermouth can be a difficult task. Which is why this week we are joined by world-renowned expert on the subject, Roberta Mariani, who is the Global Amba…
 
Flipping through old cocktail books for research and development can be very intimidating, especially when these books date back to the 1800s and earlier. Oftentimes the verbiage is ambiguous and the measurements are archaic. Because of how daunting this can be on this week's episode we discuss collecting vintage bar guides and cover how best to re…
 
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