Full Hands In / Full Hands Out
Full Hands In /
Full Hands Out
FULL HANDS IN / FULL HANDS OUT
Derived from a service industry term, “full hands in” embodies the feeling of “all hands on deck”, this inclusive free webinar series term began in 2020 in an effort to bring the voices of all service-related communities (bar, restaurants, etc) together to assist in the relief efforts for COVID-19.
In 2021, this free webinar series is a part of a year-long initiative to continue amplifying voices, ideas, and solutions within the drinks industry as we continue to navigate the state of our industry. Each webinar brings together a panel of experts to discuss topics mirroring Tales of the Cocktail Foundation’s three themes of education: Business, Culture, and Beyond the Bar.
Heritage Month Series
Across Oceans: AAPI Intersections in Hospitality
Tuesday, May 25th, 2021 || 1:00PM-2:00PM CST
In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Tales of the Cocktail Foundation’s Full Hands In/Full Hands Out series returns with Across Oceans: AAPI Intersections in Hospitality, an intimate conversation moderated by Mary Palac, Spirits Educator, joined by Mariah Kunkel, Co-founder, Pasifika Project, Caer Maiko Ferguson, Co-Owner of Daijoubu Pop Up, and Anu Apte, Owner of Rob Roy & Navy Strength, as they take deeper look at the AAPI community as a whole, how they intersect in hospitality, and discuss how the community can be in better solidarity with each other.Register Now
Upcoming Heritage Month Episodes
Rainbow Panel: Being You in F&B - June 2021
HECHOS en MÉXICO! - September 2021
CAP Community Series
Batching Part II: Batching 201 Organizing & Executing
Thursday June 10th, 2021 || 1:00PM-2:00PM CST
Batching 201 will take attendees through the last steps of the Cocktail Apprentice Program (CAP) batching process. We will cover reviewing and spot-checking recipes for errors, the importance of a printed recipe card & labels as well as discuss the various pitfalls that may occur when batching cocktails. We will give an overview on estimating yields for ingredient purchasing, garnish prep, and of course, how you can use this knowledge to contribute to your bar program.
If you missed “Batching Part I: Batching 101”, we highly recommend you watch it before tuning in.
**More info to come on moderator and panelists**
Upcoming CAP Community Series Episodes
Batching Part II: Organizing & Executing - June 2021
Personal Growth Part I: From Bartender to Brand - July 2021
Personal Growth Part II: Re-Visioning Your Role in the Hospitality Industry - August 2021
Future CAP Part I: Cocktail Apprentice Program 101 Q&A - October 2021
Future CAP Part II: CAP 2022 Recruitment - December 2022
Future CAP Part III: Red Coat 2022 Reminders - January 2022
If you weren’t able to join TOTCF for any of our previous webinars, you can find an archive of the recording here!
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