Charlottetown bartender completes world-record attempt

A Charlottetown bartender made it to the end of what could be a world-record setting bartending shift in the early morning hours Monday.
Phil Gallant worked 113 hours straight in an attempt to beat a Guinness World Record for longest bartending shift. 1:39

A Charlottetown bartender made it to the end of what could be a world-record setting bartending shift in the early morning hours Monday.

Phil Gallant tended bar at Hunters Ale House throughout East Coast Music Week. He served his first drink Wednesday morning and his last at about 2 a.m. Monday, 112 hours later.

Gallant has to meet a number of criteria set out by Guinness World Records before his effort becomes official. That includes submitting the 112-hour video of his work.

The record attempt was also a fundraiser for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.