Sr. No.

07010612: Food & Beverage Service Management -II

03 TOPICS TO BE COVERED TEACHING HOURS DOMAIN
Wines -I Definition, Classification with examples, – Table/Still/Natural, Sparkling, Fortified, Aromatized, Production of each classification, Principal wine regions and wines of France, Germany, Italy, Spain,

Wines –II  Principal wine regions and wines of  Portugal, USA, Australia; New World Wines (brand names) India, Chile, South Africa, Algeria, New Zealand, Food & Wine Harmony,

Storage of wines, Wine  terminology (English & French)

The Beverage Industry: Introduction, Yesterday & Today, Responsible Alcohol Service, Creating and Maintaining a Bar Business, Sanitation and Bar Setup,

Bar Management:  Introduction,  Purchasing,  Storing,  Receiving,  Issuing;

 

 

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10

 

 

 

15

Must know
Legal Aspects, Professional Services.

Controlling  marketing Beverage Products Responsibly, Employee Management

7  

Desirable to Know

Art of Mixology, Planning for Profits, Bar Menus 10 Nice to Know
Practical

  1. Bar Setups of different types & services
  2. Service of Wines & Bar Menus
  3. Reading Wine Labels,
  4. Cocktail parties
  5. Role Plays & Situation handling in Bar
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10

30

Must know
Syllabus books

  • Financial & Cost control techniques in hotel & Catering Industry – Dr J.M.S. Negi
  • Food & Beverage Control By: Richard Kotas and Bernard Davis
  • Food & Beverage Cost Control- Lea R Dopson, Wiley Publishers.
  • Food & Beverage Management By: Bernard Davis & Stone
  • Food & Beverage Service- Dennis R. Lillicrap. & John.A. Cousins. Publisher: ELBS
  • Food & Beverage Service Management- Brian Vargese
  • Food & Beverage Service Training Manual- Sudhir Andrews, Tata Mc Graw Hill.
  • Hotel & Catering Costing & Budgets, RD. Boardman, Heinemann
  • Introduction F & B Service- Brown, Heppner & Deegan
  • The Bar and Beverage Book, 5th Edition – Costas Katsigris, Chris Thomas, Wiley Publications
  • Principles and Practices of Bar and Beverage Management – James Murphy; Goodfellow Publishers
  • ManageFirst: Bar and Beverage Management – National Restaurant Association
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