Colorado Springs, Colo. – September 12, 2019 – Today, Behind the Stick, Colorado’s first podcast containing interviews with leaders from inside the food and beverage hospitality industry has launched.
Created by Carlos Garcia bar manager at the acclaimed speakeasy Brooklyn’s on Boulder in downtown Colorado Springs, Behind the Stick, follows Garcia as he interviews bartenders, servers, managers, sales representatives, brand ambassadors, and other leaders who have valuable knowledge and experience to share. The podcast is intended to bring together everyone from industry beginners to seasoned veterans to create an atmosphere of learning and industry-empowerment. Enjoying the podcast is free for everyone!
“We’ve had a tremendous amount of success sharing the vision and growth around Lee Spirits company and its tasking room Brooklyn’s on Boulder Street over the past year and with that story telling experience we decided it would be just as fun and informative to share the stories of industry colleagues whose job it is to keep their respected establishments moving and successful,” said Carlos Garcia “We have a full slate of interviews available for listeners now and have our sites set on more local, regional and national news makers joining us in the near future.”
To listen to current recordings of Behind the Stick, click here. To subscribe to the podcast, click here.
Behind the Stick looks forward to hosting these guests in upcoming recordings:
1.Shannon Tebay- Bartender at Death & Company New York
2.Nico Martini- Writer of Texas Cocktails: An Elegant Collection of More Than 100 Recipes Inspired by the Lone Star State (City Cocktails)
- Jesse Green & Stewart Ellis- Bartenders at Valkyrie (Nominated for Best Bar Team U.S.A West)
For those interested in appearing on Behind the Stick, please contact Carlos Garcia through the organization’s Facebook page. “We are eager to book more guests between now and the end of 2019 and are hopeful more people in our industry with stories to share will reach out to schedule an interview,” added Garcia.