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  1. 1. BEVERAGE SERVICE EQUIPMENT Glassware other sevice equipment Mise en place
  2. 2. GLASSWAREFORNON-ALCOHOLICBEVERAGES • There are 3 categories: water, soft drink, milk glasses Water tumbler Water goblet Milk glass Used for cold and warm milk, sour milk, yoghurt and milk shakes Lemonade or soft drink glass Used for all soft drinks.
  3. 3. BEERGLASSES 1 3 2 4 5 They come in many shapes and forms: 1. Beer pokal 2. Beer tulip 3. Bierstange 4. Super mug 5. Pilsner Beer glasses are used exclusively to serve beer. As a rule of thumb, the better the beer, the finer the glass.
  4. 4. WINEGLASSES “RiedelVinum“
  5. 5. REDANDWHITEWINEGLASSES Red Bordeaux Red Bordeaux, Brunello di Montalcino, Cabernet franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Rioja, Sangiovese, Tempranillo Red Burgundy Barbaresco, Barolo, Beaujolais, Grand Cru, red Burgundy, Gamay, Nebbiolo, Pinot noir Syrah Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Hermitage rouge,Grenache, and Syrah Chianti Chianti, Dolcetto, Sangiovese, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Zinfandel
  6. 6. REDANDWHITEWINEGLASSES Old Bordeaux Mature bordeaux and Zweigelt and rich-bodied whites with average acidity: Albarino, white bordeaux,Chardonnay, Chenin blanc, Condrieu, Hermitage blanc, marsanne, Meursault, Pinot blanc, Ruländer, Sauvignon blanc, Semillon (Barrique) and Viognier Pinot noir Only very fruity, full-bodied red wines with high content of alcohol Barbera, Blaufränkisch, Blauer Portugieser, Carignan, Gamay, Pinot noir, Teroldego, Trollinger also for following white wines: white Burgundy, mature Chardonnay, Corton-Charlemagne, Meursault and Montrachet Rheingau Grüner Veltliner, Orvieto classico, Pinot blanc, Riesling, Roter Veltliner, Ruländer, Scheurebe, Sylvaner, Vernaccia, Welschriesling Old white Suitable for dry white wines with average body and well-balanced acidity: Aligote´, Chasselas, Chenin blanc, Cortese, Furmint, Gewürztraminer, Kerner, Malvasia, Muscadet, Müller-Thurgau, Muskatteller, Neuburger, Palomino, Ribolla gialla, Sancerre, Sauvignon blanc, Soave, Trebbiano, Zierfandler
  7. 7. REDANDWHITEWINEGLASSES Rosé wine glass Blush, Cote de Provence, Schilcher, Weißherbst, Zinfandel Dessert wine glass or apéritif glass Sauternes, Barsac and heavy dessert wines Sparkling wine glasses Recommended for: • A – Cava, Prosecco, champagne and sparkling wines • B - sparkling wines and champagne cocktails • C - champagne, Cuvée Prestige, vintage champagne, vintage sparkling wine, and rosé champagne. • D – champagne ( half-dry), Moscato d´Asti, Asti spumante, and also for appetizer cocktails, desserts and gelatins.
  8. 8. Barglasses Large tumbler ( highball glass) Mid-sized tumbler Old fashioned glass Cognac glass Cognac snifter Fruit spirits glass Small tumbler Sherry or portwine glass Cocktail glass Cocktail glass
  9. 9. Barglasses Liqueur glass Irish coffee glass Spirits glass Einspänner glass Punsch glasses Hot punch and grog glass Vodka glass Fancy drinks Pousse-café glass
  10. 10. Cleaningglassware Wash glasses in warm water with a mild detergent, either by hand or in a dishwasher No matter how it is washed, glassware must always be polished. The following points should be observed:  Use a lint free dishcloth  Hold the glass properly to avoid breakage  Be careful with wet glassware
  11. 11. OtherBeverageServiceEquipment Wine basket Beverage cooler Corkscrew bottle opener Cooler corkscrew Sparkling wine cooler Decanter Bottle cap Drop stop Foil cutter
  12. 12. BarServiceEquipment Shaker and Boston Shaker Ice scoop Ice bucket and tongs Ice crusher Muddler for caipirinha Blender and Mixer Jigger Strainer Bar spoon Cutting board Garnishing knifeNutmeg grater
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