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Basic Beverage Knowledge

Basic Beverage Knowledge

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Basic Beverage Knowledge
PART A1. Introduction2. Aperitif 2.2Port & Sherry
2.2.1 Port2.2.2 Sherry
3.1 Beer 
3.1.1 The Brewing of Beer3.1.2 Types of Beer
PART B
4.
Digestive4.1 Liqueur4.2 Cognac4.3 Whiskey
 
Part A
1. Introduction
M
any different kind of Beverage are being sold to the guest inthe restaurantsAs well there can be a big different in when a guest prefers a certaintype of Beverage.
Example:
During Breakfast:
Coffee, tea, juices and milk
During Afternoon:
Cocktail, Soft drinks
Before Dinner:
An Aperitif like Campari, Dubonnet, Martini but as wellBeer etc.
During Starter:
A glass of White Wine (for example together with anAppetizer).
During Main Course:
A glass of Red Wine (for example together with a Tenderloin Steak).
 After Dessert:
A guest can have a Digestive, like a Whiskey, Brandy orLiqueur.
F
or each moment of the day and for each meal, the guest cantake a different kind of Beverage.
Q
uestion:Why should we learn about Beverages?
A
nswer:
 
 The more we know, the more we can enjoy our job and,more important, we will be able to (UP) sell more Beveragesto the guest!
2. Aperitif 
 T
he Aperitif that we sell in the restaurants
Campari
Martini Rosso
Martini Bianco
Martini Extra Dry
Pimm`s No. 1
PernodMartini is a kind of 
VERMOUTH
(A French anise – Flavoured Liqueur).
Aperitif –
A French word meaning “
Beverage appetizer”.
Wine – based, low alcoholic content beverage served before meals tostimulate the appetite. Drinks with a bitter taste stimulate the appetite.
2.1 Vermouth
V
ermouth is a wine flavoured with Herbs, Spices, Barks &Flowers. Vermouth can found in different varieties (Red, White, Dry,Sweet, etc) according to specific recipes from Italy & France. The mostcommon Herbs & Spices used to make Vermouth are: Angelica, BitterOrange, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Gentian, Hyssop, Marjoram,Sage & Thyme. There are the type of Vermouth:
Dry Vermouth
is White, usually 18 percent alcohol (36 proof) &contains at most 5 percent residual sugar. It’s drunk as an aperitif & isa vital part of the Dry Martini.
Sweet Vermouth
is White (Bianco) or Red (Rosso) & is usually 15 – 16percent alcohol (30 – 32 Proof) with up to 15 percent sugar. It is alsoused as an aperitif as well as in slightly sweet Cocktail such as the
MANHATTAN
.
2.2 Port & Sherry
 T
he Port & Sherries that we sell in the Restaurant:
 Tawny Port
Harvey Bristol
Pimm`s No 1(
a Wine that is Characterized by its “Nutty” Flavor 
)

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