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::"The first edition of [[Harry Johnson’s Bartenders’ Manual]] was published before our century cutoff, but this landmark book is still being reprinted to this day, and bartenders around the world look to it for guidance in honing their craft. Perhaps what makes Johnson’s approach especially significant is that his book was the first how-to, articulating how to be a bartender (not just what to make), and the wisdom Johnson imparted then still applies today."
 
::"The first edition of [[Harry Johnson’s Bartenders’ Manual]] was published before our century cutoff, but this landmark book is still being reprinted to this day, and bartenders around the world look to it for guidance in honing their craft. Perhaps what makes Johnson’s approach especially significant is that his book was the first how-to, articulating how to be a bartender (not just what to make), and the wisdom Johnson imparted then still applies today."
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Latest revision as of 13:03, 30 January 2020

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

"The first edition of Harry Johnson’s Bartenders’ Manual was published before our century cutoff, but this landmark book is still being reprinted to this day, and bartenders around the world look to it for guidance in honing their craft. Perhaps what makes Johnson’s approach especially significant is that his book was the first how-to, articulating how to be a bartender (not just what to make), and the wisdom Johnson imparted then still applies today."
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