By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Feb 21, 2011 at 5:06 PM

"Bar Month" at is back for another round! The whole month of February, we're serving up intoxicatingly fun articles on bars and clubs -- including guides, the latest trends, bartender profiles and more. Grab a designated driver and dive in!

As gets ready to host its third annual Bartender Olympics, you can prepare to cheer on the competition by familiarizing yourself with future Milwaukee Bar Olympians.

We've been profiling the participating bartenders over the last two weeks in preparation for the big night at Whiskey Bar on Thursday, Feb. 24.

Cheer on your favorite bartender while they compete in four events, including the Pabst can stack and the cocktail contest. Plus, there's a talent competition this year! Special guests include 102.1's Kramp and Adler and Jen Lada from Fox 6 News. Drink specials, a Shutterbox photo booth and Street-za Pizza will also be available.

Here's a quick Q & A with bartender/contender Scott Sloan. How long have you been tending bar?

Scott Sloan: Let's just say I am about 10 years too old to be bragging about being a good bartender.

OMC: What's your favorite Milwaukee bar (other than the one where you work)?

SS: Too many to list. I might have a drinking problem.

OMC: What’s the most important tool behind the bar?

SS: The barback, who for some reason knows a lot of hot women.

OMC: What’s the best way to clean up vomit?

SS: That same barback.

OMC: What’s the best way to handle someone who’s been overserved?

SS: Send him in the corner for a 5-minute time out.

OMC: Have you served anyone famous? If so, did they tip well?

SS: Name dropping is for D-bags.

OMC: What drink are you making for Bartender Olympics?

SS: Sloan's Sloppy Seconds.

Sloan's Sloppy Seconds

Muddle an orange slice and Milagro agave nector
Mix 3 mint leaves with 1 ounce of Hornitos, 1 ounce of X-rated and 1 oz of pineapple juice.
Add Ice.  
Shake and top off with a press.