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backbar

A work surface behind (and at the same height as) a liquor or service bar; usually has cabinets under the work surface which are used for storage, for the display of bottles and glassware, or for refrigerated coolers.
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With the advent of summer, this year more "pink gins" are showing up on retail shelves and backbars. These gins get their blush from botanicals (usually berries, roses or hibiscus).
There are no International Standards specifying requirements for the mounting of vaporisers onto the anaesthesia system backbars.
Overall, though, finishing (when done right) should continue to add new and interesting products to shelves and backbars in 2018.
Right now, most of the pisco found on retail shelves and backbars in the U.S.
Since then, producers have dialed back on the wilder ones, while citrus, fruit and pepper vodkas remain on shelves and backbars.
As a result, many of the backbars of CMR concepts now carry a 20% salt, 80% water solution.
Peru exports more pisco than Chile, and that country's product is more likely to be spotted on retail shelves and backbars in the U.S.
While stocking backbars with sought-after bottles, many wonder how long this surge of growth can last.
More aged, premium products are showing up on retail shelves and backbars. And consumers, particularly those ever-questing Millennials who can recite chapter and verse on whiskey, are exploring other barrel-matured categories.
And all of the new boutique producers and unusual bottlings On shelves and backbars should amply pique consumer interest.