The bartenders embracing abstinence

Working with alcohol every day can have dangerous consequences for people in the industry. SB speaks to bartenders who are embracing the teetotal lifestyle, and the organisations facilitating it. “I think I would be dead if I hadn’t stopped drinking,” says Jack McGarry, co‐founder and managing partner of New York’s The Dead Rabbit and BlackTail. Having given up alcohol in March 2016, the Irish bartender is one of an increasing number of industry experts who…

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Etherington-Judge to run 42 marathons in 42 days

Tim Etherington-Judge, founder of not-for-profit social enterprise Healthy Hospo, is aiming to raise £42,000 (US$54,000) for industry charity The Benevolent by running 42 marathons in 42 days after turning 42 years old. Etherington-Judge will run his first marathon at Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans in July, then head to New York and Amsterdam, before finishing in London on 30 August. One marathon is 42 kilometres long, meaning by the time he finishes, Etherington-Judge…

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