By: Rachel England
1. It reduces the risk heart attack
A long-term study published by the Harvard School of Public Health revealed that moderate drinkers suffering from high blood pressure are 30% less likely to have a heart attack than their non-drinking counterparts. One cardiologist at the Great Western Hospital in Swindon believes so strongly that red wine is good for the heart that he even hands out glasses on his rounds!
by Eric Rogell
This St. Patrick’s Day put down the cheap green beer and slowly back away. Back all the way up to the bar, where you can mix one (or more) of our Top 10 St. Patrick’s Day cocktails. Sure the traditional way to proclaim your proud Irish heritage (or proud “Irish for a day” heritage), is with a pint of Guinness, but some like to take their celebration a step further, and partake in some Irish whiskey cocktails (some with beer included) or raise a glass of something that’s actually intended to be green.
By Colleen Graham
It takes some savvy and charisma, along with a knowledge of drinks, to be a successful bartender. This is one of those jobs in which your success depends on your personality more than anything else. You need to be a provider of drinks, a server, an organizer, a cashier, a friend, a psychiatrist and a neat freak among other things. Customer service is the key because the majority of your income will come from tips and there are a few things you should keep in mind when it comes to this part of working the bar.