Beyond the Bar
Beyond the Bar® is the physical and creative space for Tales of the Cocktail Foundation’s global community to explore themes beyond traditional spirits education.
Created in 2018, Beyond the Bar provides a platform to address challenges and opportunities within the global drinks industry, including; mental and physical health, intersectionality, substance use, sexual harassment, diversity, equity, and sustainability. The Foundation produces dedicated education, workshops, events, and webinars to facilitate discourse for these important topics.
Beyond the Bar programming includes seminars presented annually at Tales of the Cocktail®, global activations such as workshops, a career fair, service projects, and holds past Full Hands In / Full Hands Out webinar episodes that ran from 2020 to 2022.
BEYOND THE BAR ACTIVATIONS
Tales of the Cocktail Foundation’s Beyond the Bar workshops have become an integral part of the Tales of the Cocktail® experience. These activations include complimentary fitness classes, wellness workshops, roundtable discussions, bystander intervention and harassment prevention training, and safe spaces to take a break and set intention. Past workshops have included:
Wellness on the Road
How the Drinks Industry Sleeps
Green Dot Bystander Intervention to Stop Harassment
Safe Bars presents: Dealing with difficult patrons: de-escalation skills for the pandemic and beyond
SUBSTANCE USE and SOBRIETY
Revive.Survive.Overdose Prevention Community Training
Friends of Bill W
BEVERAGE TALENT EXPO
Tales of the Cocktail Foundation will return with the second annual Beverage Talent Expo in partnership with TKT Associates during Tales of the Cocktail in July 2023. Attendees will be able to visit booths to learn more about job postings, build their resumes, and get professional headshots courtesy of sponsors. Brands, distributors, agencies, and bars are welcome to reach out to participate.
For more information please email Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tales of the Cocktail Foundation is dedicated to serving our communities. Tales of the Cocktail and Tales on Tour attendees have options to participate with a day of service activity alongside staff and committees. In the past, this has included beach clean up, house rebuilding, and meal prep.
During Tales of the Cocktail 2022, Tales of the Cocktail joined the Saint Bernard Project (SBP) in rebuilding homes in New Orleans post-Hurricane Ida.
New Orleans was hard hit by Hurricane Ida. For Tales of the Cocktail 2022, attendees joined Tales of the Cocktail Foundation and SBP in a Day of Service on July 24, 2022. After a disaster, homeowners need recovery to be as prompt and predictable as possible in order to limit the amount of time they suffer the effects of displacement. SBP rebuilds for low- to moderate-income homeowners, placing a special focus on families with small children, the elderly, disabled persons, war veterans, and the under and uninsured. This service project included hanging insulation or drywall, mudding/spackling, sanding, texturing, priming, painting, laying floors, and/or hanging trim, doors, and baseboards.
FULL HANDS IN / FULL HANDS OUT
Thank you for tuning into Full Hands In/Full Hands Out! This program has wrapped, and we hope you enjoyed this free webinar series that 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 and 2022, this series transitioned into sharing different heritage stories and professional development mentoring from leaders in the industry.
Thank you to all of our sponsors, presenters, and attendees who tuned into Full Hands In/Full Hands Out!
If you would like to view past episodes, please see the full list below:
Lessons from the European Drinks Industry
Building and Maintaining Community In Isolation
Healthy Coping Mechanisms
The Power of Philanthropy and Mentorship with the Founders of Speed Rack
Puerto Rico Edition
Taxes in Crisis
New Orleans Gives Back
Recovery and Next Steps for Bar Owners
Agave Saves the World
Black. Queer. And Still Here.
Cheers to Black-Owned Spirits
Level Up! Career and Finance Savvy From The Pros
CAP Community Series - Batching Part I: Batching 101
Across Oceans: AAPI Intersections in Hospitality
CAP Community Series - Batching Part II: Batching 201 Organizing & Executing
Rainbow Panel; Being You in F&B
CAP Community Series - Personal Growth Part I: From Bartender to Brand presented by Courvoisier
HECHOS en MEXICO!
CAP Community Series - Personal Growth Part II: Re-Visioning Your Role in the Hospitality Industry presented by Don Q
CAP Community Series - Future CAP Part I: Cocktail Apprentice Program 101 Q&A presented by Johnnie Walker
Future CAP Part II: CAP 2022 Recruitment presented by Tequila Fortaleza
Future CAP Part III: Red Coat 2022 Reminders presented by Perrier
How Can We Bring Humanity Back Into Hospitality? presented by Focus on Health
Retention & Prioritization of Staff With Business Development presented by Focus on Health
From "How?" to "Hired!": Advancement Strategies in the Hospitality Industry
Negotiate like a Pro, Presented by Lush Life
Finances On The Rocks. Straight Up Money Matters for Hospitality Professionals
BEYOND THE BAR EDITORIALS
Tales of the Cocktail Foundation editorials are rooted in celebrating diverse culture and traditions, cocktail technique, and spirits education. These editorials include cocktail recipes, cocktail photography, and personality features.
Past Beyond the Bar Editorials
Chanta Hunter : Celebrating Black History Month: From A Bartender to The Bartender
Allison Parc : Celebrating Women’s History Month: Women & Whisk(e)y: Have We Progressed?
Kevin Diedrich : Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month: My Own Self-Discovery
Chelsea Gregoire : Celebrating Pride Month: The Progress We Dream Of, The Pride We Fight For
Tiffanie Barriere : Celebrating Juneteenth: The Power of the Red Drink
Camille Austin : Celebrating Latin Heritage Month:”Ven, te invito un trago”
Chockie Tom : Celebrating Native American Heritage Month: A Balance of Worlds
Kapri Robinson : Celebrating Black History Month: Back To The Future: Analyzing Our Growth In The Past To Be Better For The Future
Tess Posthumus : Celebrating Women’s History Month
Alexis Belton : Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Month : We Must Sleep Before We Can Dream
Chris Cabrera : Celebrating Pride Month: UNAPOLOGETICALLY YOU
Erika Flowers : Celebrating Juneteenth: When You Know Better, Do Better