I wish you’d get out of the habit of blowing the froth off your beer, Bert. – Daily Examiner (Grafton, NSW) Saturday 31 March 1951.
– The Sun (Sydney, NSW) Monday 25 March 1946
IN RECENT WEEKS many violations of health regulations have been found in Eastern States hotels. Western Australian bar-room reputation for hygiene is good, but accidental breaches occur. Best action: draw attention of bartender to fault. – Coolgardie Miner (WA) Friday 22… Read More ›
AGILE BEER – PULLER, Windsor (Melbourne) barman, Cyril O’Brien, who can serve 1000 pots an hour. His employer, Mr. A. J. O’Mahony, will give £100 to charity if any other Melbourne hotel-keeper has a faster beer puller. TWO Sydney barmaids — Billie Williams and… Read More ›
A NEW non-drip device has been installed in a Melbourne hotel. The barman places the glass of beer on a wire grate on the non-drip tray. Then the customer drags the glass across a synthetic cellulose sponge which absorbs drips…. Read More ›