Posts Tagged ‘beverage history’

Written on February 17, 2021.

Contrary to popular belief, 58% of modern bartenders are women—or at least they were before COVID-19. Job losses have been substantial in the face of the current health crisis, and while the hospitality sector overall has suffered greatly, no group has experienced greater adversity under these circumstances than women.

Of course, this isn’t the first-time women in bartending have had to deal with gendered hardships. From being persecuted as witches by their competitors to being legally barred from any profession that would have them working nights, women bartenders have had their un-fair share of treatment for daring to enter a male-dominated industry.
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Written on January 8, 2020.

Old Photo Archive

Whether you gulp it down by the glass or simply enjoy a splash of it in your breakfast cereal, milk has been a staple in homes around the globe for generations. In the US, there’s even an entire day dedicated to the drink’s place in American culture.
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