According to cicerone.org, the term comes from an English word referring to “one who conducts visitors and sightseers to museums and explains matters of archaeological, antiquarian, historic or artistic interest.” I argue that beer is art, and it certainly has quite the historical background, so the name seems to fit. According to Trammell, the first step to becoming “an expert in all things beer” requires a bit of study and a formalized testing process. By proving one’s general knowledge and passing the test, one can become a Certified Beer Server (CBS). These individuals are well-suited for working at a bar or restaurant and delivering an authentic beer experience to the patrons. Each bartender at Beer Bar possesses a CBS and is expected to uphold its standards when maintaining, presenting and pouring beer.