Bartending Equipment Boulder CO
1325 Broadway St
Murphy's Bar & Grill
2731 Iris Ave
Murphy's Bar & Grill - Quiet, upscale neighborhood bar.
2017 13th St
Trilogy - Has jazz, blues, and funk bands. Also, good service, food, and wine selection.
950 Pearl St
Rhumba - Attempts to set itself off from the Pearl crush with a large patio, your choice of premium rums, and Caribbean food, including some really good cornbread.
1911 11th St
Walrus - Relatively generic: a music stage, after-work folks stopping by for drinks, and then the college set comes on later in the evening. The smoking room is a unique draw, and this is generally a nice place to get drunk in a crowded, friendly setting.
1135 13th St
Fox Theatre - Live music venue hosting both regional stars and smaller touring groups. Offers a rich, full acoustical setting for those bands and the diverse crowds that come to see them.
Foundry Cafe and Billiards Club
1109 Walnut St
Foundry Cafe and Billiards Club - A slick, hip bar populated by students and urban professionals. The drinks tend to be something besides beer. A dozen pool tables, a cozy, lounge-type balcony, and a fish tank completes the interior.
4871 Broadway St
Bustop - If you're looking to kick back, Bustop, located at [Address], is a safe bet. It's not the kind of place that's going to break your wallet, so that's more you have left over for happy hour.
2860 Arapahoe Ave
Barrel House - Sports bar specializing in Buffaloes games, which they provide a free shuttle to. Two dozen taps pour out a rotating mix of beers, and the satellites pull in all sorts of sports events. The food is basic sports bar standards.
BJ's Pizza Grill and Brewery
1125 Pearl St
BJ's Pizza Grill and Brewery - Excellent microbrews are the main feature at BJ's. Wash them down accompanied by pizza, sandwiches and other bar standards. Eat on the deck when the weather's nice, and enjoy the relaxed, friendly vibes.
Essential Bartending Equipment
By Russ Cobbe
Setting up your own home bar can be great fun when you have people over. It isn't overly expensive to get all the essentials. So what are the tools of the trade you'll need to show off to your guests?
Blender - If you don't already have one, get a good one that has good speed and power. Nothing is more annoying than waiting 5 minutes to crush up some ice or blend a drink.
Ice Bucket and Tongs - This is mainly used for easy access, don't get one too big that all the ice melts before you use it but don't get something so small that you have to keep refilling it either.
Combo Corkscrew/Bottle Opener - Obviously needed to open that fine wine or bottles of beer that don't have twist tops.
Paring Knife/Cutting Board - Used to cut up lemons and limes for garnishing along with other fruits in certain drinks.
Shaker - Used for mixing various drinks.
Measure - There is a special device that looks like two triangles on top of each other at the apexes but a lot of people use a shot glass these days.
Bar Strainer - Used in a lot of cocktail recipes to stain out ice that might have been used to cool ingredients in a recipe. It looks like a little paddle with lots of round rings on the end.
Lemon/Lime Squeezer - This has a flat collector base with a raised pointed section in the middle with ridges. Its used to squeeze out fresh lemon or lime juice.
There are over 20 different styles of glasses from brandy to wine. Did y...
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