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Learn the basics of flair bartending with expert bartender Mo Harris - How to Pour Four Bottles at Once
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Moe Harris: Hi guys, my name is Moe Harris and I'm here at the Professional Bartending School in Arlington, Virginia and today I'm going to show just a nice little pouring technique. If you have ever been to a busy night club, you have been doing college bar, surely you have seen bartenders picking up three or four bottles at the same time and it looks awesome. It looks like an incredible feat of strength, I assure you guys its not that difficult, in kind of week, I can do it myself. Its a really simple technique.
Basically, you have four bottles in front of you, which you need to know if your thumbs are nice and strong, they are very strong little finger there. So, what you going to do is you are pretty much going to grab the two in the middle with your thumbs. I mean just grab them like that. Now, your index finger, that's going to -- its almost going to be like a separator between the other bottles. You don't want them crash together and break in.
So that you got your thumbs and you got your index fingers. Then you are going to take your other three fingers that's get left and with those three fingers you going to grab the other bottle and you are going to take all that and you are going to make a fist and you are going to squeeze it all together.
Now, again this stuff can be really heavy, especially when the bottles are full. So, what a lot of bartenders do, or where they tend to go wrong I should say, is by lifting and pouring right in, that's heavy. All I'm going to do is get it to the level of the cup and just twist my wrists and I'm right in, just like that.
Now, something that is really important is really just pouring right into the cup, when you grab them these poor spots might be facing in different directions. So, you are pouring too high up, you could miss and that's no good. So, by pouring it right into the cup, whichever way to pouring it you guarantee to get it ready to the glass.