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::"After decades of mixing drinks in such lofty locales as the [[21 Club]] in New York, Brian Rea turned his talents toward teaching, developing and conducting bar management programs for UCLA and Cal Poly University, as well as the [[National Restaurant Association]]. The author of [[Brian’s Booze Guide]] and [[Brian’s Bartender Guide]], Rea’s collection of rare cocktail books and ephemera is considered to be the most extensive in the world."
 
::"After decades of mixing drinks in such lofty locales as the [[21 Club]] in New York, Brian Rea turned his talents toward teaching, developing and conducting bar management programs for UCLA and Cal Poly University, as well as the [[National Restaurant Association]]. The author of [[Brian’s Booze Guide]] and [[Brian’s Bartender Guide]], Rea’s collection of rare cocktail books and ephemera is considered to be the most extensive in the world."
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Latest revision as of 13:12, 29 January 2020

Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”[1]:

"After decades of mixing drinks in such lofty locales as the 21 Club in New York, Brian Rea turned his talents toward teaching, developing and conducting bar management programs for UCLA and Cal Poly University, as well as the National Restaurant Association. The author of Brian’s Booze Guide and Brian’s Bartender Guide, Rea’s collection of rare cocktail books and ephemera is considered to be the most extensive in the world."
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