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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Did you know that Barbacks stock the bar with liquor, ice, glassware, beer, garnishes, and so on, and usually receive a portion of the bartender's tips; often around 10% to 20%, or a portion of total sales; from 1.5% to 3%?

Did you know that a barback (or "runner" as they are commonly known in Europe) is a bartender's assistant?

Did you know that Barbacks work in nightclubs, bars, restaurants and catering halls?

Did you know that Barbacks stock the bar with liquor, ice, glassware, beer, garnishes, and so on, and usually receive a portion of the bartender's tips; often around 10% to 20%, or a portion of total sales; from 1.5% to 3%?

Did you know that Barbacks are often under the tutelage of bartenders and work their way into the profession?

Did you know that a Barbacks are primarily responsible for simplifying a bartender's job?

Did you know that barbacks are responsible for supporting the bartender(s)?

Did you know that dishwashing and bussing tables are also common duties, though much experience in bussing may be required before one earns the position of barback?

Did you know that in almost all of the United States, the legal drinking age is 21,  however, the legal age for working as a bartender or barback varies from 18 to 21?

Did you know that the barback often starts working hours before the bartender arrives, and is still working for some time after the bartender is done?

Did you know that the barback may also be involved with a bar's inventory control; reporting opening / closing levels by weighing liquor bottles & making bottle counts?


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