Where were you born and raised?:
Born in Canberra, raised as a good Yass boy.
How long have you been bartending?:
Where was your first bar job?:
The Woolie Pub, Norwich, England. Pulling a lot of Foster’s.
What’s your favourite cocktail to drink or make?:
Old Fashioned to drink. Anything with fire to make.
You’ve just finished a super hectic shift and it’s finally time to sit down, what drink to you reach for?:
A nice bourbon on ice in a rocks glass.
Which song played by our resident deejays is guaranteed to make you boogie behind the bar and forget you’re actually at work?:
Pony – Ginuwine
Most triumphant moment behind the bar?:
$50 tip for two rounds of negronis.
Have you got a funny/irritating customer moment?:
Working in the Jafflehouse a customer asks if I was on Masterchef. I said no, so she responds ‘if it was sexy chef you would have won.’ Girl had game.
When you’re not behind the bar, where can we find you?:
On the footy field or behind a camera. Either way usually with a footy in hand.
Rugby. Touch. Cinematography (alexanderharrod.com – available for all your video needs. Good Price, Great Service.)
If you could have a drink with anyone in the world (dead or alive) who would it be?:
My Grandad. Never got to meet him.
Where would you like to see yourself in 10 years time?:
Retiring from Professional rugby with a small cult following.
Tell us something random in 50 words or less:
Actual current English laws:
It is legal to kill a Scotsmen from the walls of York with a bow and arrow, excluding Sundays.
No one is allowed to stand within 100 yards of the monarch if they are not wearing stockings, hose or socks.
It is illegal for any commoner to permit their animal to have carnal knowledge of a pet of the Royal House.