National Bartender Day is celebrated in America on December 2nd. The holiday honors the great profession we face in bars! Bartenders know how to make delicious drinks, it is interesting to tell stories, listen to the interlocutor and joke. Often upset people go to the pub and tell the specialist about their problems, because he has long become a symbol of trust.
The profession settled in the United States in the middle of the 19th century just during the gold rush. The bartender went about his usual business: mixing ingredients to present delicious cocktails to customers. The oldest specialist lived in Pennsylvania, having stood up for the first time as a young man. He firmly decided to make money, as a result, he remained in the profession for 79 years! It is surprising that he was so dedicated to the profession that he retired only at 90 years old.
Recently, people are more likely to perceive the bartender as a psychotherapist. Of course, this is a joke statement, but so many guests go home in a good mood because of charming specialists. Tasting a colorful cocktail is so easy to talk about your problems, right?
Did you know:
- a female bartender worked by profession for 74 years. She stopped going to work 2 weeks before her death;
- there are world championships in skill – it was organized by the International Association of Bartenders. Everyone wants to participate in this event!;
- the profession requires extraordinary thinking: masters often explore new recipes, prepare unusual cocktails and surprise guests!
How to celebrate
On National Day, go to any establishment and congratulate the bartender on the holiday! Bring him a small present. Don’t forget to leave a tip when you leave, because today is almost his birthday! Organize a party for friends and send the bartender to relax, while you go to prepare drinks.
When is National Bartender Day celebrated in 2022?
National Bartender Day is observed on the first Friday of December each year.