In this video, we learn the basics of flair bartending, such as tin and bottle recap
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Hi! I’m Moe Harris and today I’m in the locker in Warrenton, Virginia. Now I’ve gone over couple of one tin tricks, I’ve gone a few, over a few one bottle tricks. I’m going to show you how to put those two things together and put it on a little bit of the showcase behind your bar. Here’s how it’s going to start. It’s going to start with the bottle. We’re going to do the double flip. We’re going to grab the tin. The tin is going to be the same double flip that we already learned.
Now, when I throw this keep in mind, I’ve got this bottle on my hand. I have to immediately grab this bottle with my right hand. Okay, so you see. All I did was the same two double flips. The only difference is now, I’m going to grab that bottle. Okay, so I’m this position. We’re going to do the hand row with the bottle up and then down. Now once we do that, I didn’t show you this tin trick but hopefully you’ll be able to pick it up easy enough. All I'm going to do is toss it over my arm. Toss it over my arm. Toss it over my arm okay. Once I do that, I’m going to take this bottle—remember, I'm going to catch it with the same hand with a little bit of movement. I’m going to toss it over my hand one more time, then to a regular grip, and then finally flip into a pour. Again let me walk this through the sequences and then I’m going to do it one time with full speed to show you exactly what I did.
Double flip with the bottle. Double flip and grab with the tin okay. Up and down with the bottle. Tin goes over the arm. Catch the same hand with the bottle. Tin goes over the other arm, grab the bottle on a regular grip, and flip into a pour, cut! Here is a full speed for you. I must still going to talk myself to it. Double flip with the bottle, double flip with the tin, up, down, over the arm. Catch in the same hand, forehand grip. Don’t forget to smile, beautiful.
Next, I'm going to show you some different ways to open up a beer that are really, really impressive and a lot of bartenders just don’t do.