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Dave White of Dead Parrot bar on competition and bartending success

Dave White of Dead Parrot bar on competition and bartending success

Dave White, manager of the Dead Parrot bar in Horsham, West Sussex, beat over 120 contestants to win the Monkey Shoulder Ultimate Bartender competition in July for the second year running. He gives his top tips for bartending success ahead of London Cocktail Week (3-9 October) where he'll be running the Monkey Shoulder Ultimate Pop-Up Bar.

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£601m worth of gin was sold in the on-trade last year

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Cabotte restaurant to open

Xavier Rousset and Gearoid Devaney reveal details of new restaurant

Drake & Morgan plans Corney & Barrow site conversions

Drake & Morgan plans Corney & Barrow site conversions

In Operation with... Drake & Morgan

In Operation with... Drake & Morgan

Cooler climate wines like Riesling and Gruner Veltliner are proving hits with customers

Restaurants sell more cool climate wines

L-R: The Alma Inn's general manager Damien Brierley, with head chef Jordan Hadfield and assistant manager Joe Lacey

Seafood Pub Company adds 10th site to portfolio

Monkey Shoulder’s UK finalists. Back row l-r: Dave White of Dead Parrot, Adam Binnersley from MOJO and Jonathan Arthur from Ninety-Nine. Front Row l-r: Nick Gordon and Cameron Woodger from Orchid bar

Dead Parrot bar manager wins Monkey Shoulder’s Ultimate Bartender Championship

The Pub Skills Summit will equip delegates with the resources to help them tackle the sector's skills challenges

Pub Skills Summit to tackle industry's retention, recruitment and skills challenges

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