Diageo announces GB's world class bartenders

16 March, 2017

Diageo has published its list of top 50 bartenders for the Diageo Reserve World Class GB 2017 semi-final.

The event will take place at Diageo’s Customer Collaboration Centre on Wednesday April 19. The 50 will become 10 at the after-party, which will be held at London’s Quaglino’s.

The final 10 will then battle it out in June to become the World Class GB Bartender of the Year, and will be invited to compete at the global final in Mexico.
 
Diageo Reserve World Class GB Top 50 Bartenders 2017:

1.      Aiden Page | The Bar With No Name | London

2.      Alastair Fraser | Opium | London

3.      Alessandro Rabolini | Sexy Fish | London

4.      Alex Walker | Beaufort Bar | London

5.      Alf Del Portillo | The Natural Philosopher | London

6.      Bartosz Miedeksza | High Water  | London

7.      Benjamin Smith | Dr Inks Curiosities | Exeter

8.      Benji Ryde | Coconut Bar & Kitchen | Reading

9.      Calum Robb | The Botanist | Marlow

10.  Cameron Moncaster | The Larder House | Bournemouth

11.  Ciaran Russell | The Tippling House | Aberdeen

12.  Clem Eastal | The Dark Horse | Bath

13.  Constanca Cordeiro | Peg and Patriot | London

14.  Danny Wilson | Tabouche | Cambridge

15.  Dario Guaglione | Whistling Shop | London

16.  Enrico Gonzato | Dandelyan | London

17.  Gábor Molnár | Boisdale of Canary Wharf | London

18.  Georgia Billing | Halliard House | London

19.  Giancarlo Cordua | Roka Charlotte Street | London

20.  Giuseppe Panetta | Quaglino’s | London

21.  Jack Wakelin | Picture House Social | Sheffield

22.  James Bowker | The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel & Cocktail Lounge | Birmingham

23.  James McGovern | Hyde & Co | Bristol

24.  Jamie Jones | The Social Company | London

25.  Jamie Moran | The Finnieston | Glasgow

26.  Jenna Ba | Chiltern Fire House / Laddershed Bar | London

27.  Jerome Allaguillemette | Sexy Fish | London

28.  Johnny Muñoz Iniesta | Hawksmoor Spitalfields | London

29.  Jon Hughes | Bramble | Edinburgh





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