‘Bar Rescue’ host Jon Taffer on a new study revealing 28 percent of delivery drivers have eaten customers’ food, the debate over whether plant-based meats are healthier than real meat and his new line of pre-made cocktail mixes.
George Washington fathered more than a nation; he contributed some DNA to the nation’s whiskey industry.
In 1797 Washington, urged by a caretaker at his estate, built a 2,250-square-foot distillery for making corn and rye whiskey at Mount Vernon, Va. By 1799 that operation had produced 11,000 gallons and was one of the largest distillers of its kind according to the Distilled Spirits Council in Washington, D.C.
The Paramount Network reality series Bar Rescue has an effective and entertaining premise: Nightlife expert Jon Taffer comes in to help make a failing bar run better, faster, and more efficiently — usually with tough love, a little bit of yelling, and a whole lot of cleaning.
Jon Taffer, star of Paramount Network’s Bar Rescue show, is targeting the premium mixer segment with the launch of the Taffer’s Mixologist brand.
Renowned hospitality, nightclub and bar expert Jon Taffer is bringing the craft cocktail experience to the home with a line of simple, high-quality, pre-made cocktail mixes called Taffer’s Mixologist.
Taffer combined his expertise of having opened over 800 bars with the precision of mixologist Brian Van Flandern to create mixes for seven popular cocktails.
In his TV show ‘Bar Rescue,’ Jon Taffer uses his mixology and bar expertise to save failing watering holes and turn them into some of the best bars in the country.