Start Bartending – How To Become A Bartender

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In this course you should expect to spend almost 40 hours reviewing the materials, watching the videos, doing the exercises, memorizing recipes and practicing your pouring skills

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Start Bartending – How To Become A Bartender

Start Bartending - How To Become A Bartender

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Over 6 hours of premium video training

 How to find work as a bartender

How to step behind any bar with confidence

How to serve alcohol responsibly

How spirits are made

 How to mix over 100 cocktails

How to balance a cocktail

How to tap a keg

And much more!

Becoming a bartender

We have 11 different sections for you to go through, each with exercises, cocktail recipes, and additional tips every bartender should know.

The investment you make in this course will not only help you start bartending with confidence, it will also help you become knowledgeable and valuable as a bartender for yourself, your friends, your customers and your employers.

Here is what you’ll learn on the inside!

INTRO

  • Meet your instructors
  • Learn how to bartend
  • Expectations
  • Keys to success
  • Bar layout
  • Essential bar equipment
  • What you’ll need to get started at home
  • Index of cocktails in this course
  • Cocktails with no alcohol
  • Cocktail exercises
  • Industry overview
  • QUIZ

SECTION ONE

  • Bar opening procedures
  • Mixes and garnishes
  • Mixing Method: Build-on-ice
  • How alcohol is made
  • Distillation
  • What is vodka
  • Common vodka brands
  • Cocktails with vodka
  • Section one cocktail exercises
  • Bar closing procedures
  • Review of section one
  • QUIZ – Section one

SECTION TWO

  • Customer Service
  • What are liqueurs?
  • Essential liqueur categories
  • Cocktails with liqueurs only
  • Mixing method – Shake and Strain
  • Cocktails with vodka & liqueurs
  • Section two cocktail exercises
  • Let’s talk about shooters
  • Review of section two
  • QUIZ – Section two

SECTION THREE

  • Responsible service
  • What is gin?
  • Balancing a cocktail
  • Cocktails with gin
  • Mixing method – Stir & Strain
  • Section three cocktail exercises
  • Review of section three
  • QUIZ – Section three

SECTION FOUR

  • Aging & blending
  • What are whiskies?
  • Canadian Whisky
  • American Whiskies
  • Irish Whiskey
  • Is it Whisky or Whiskey?
  • Scotch Whisky
  • Japanese Whisky
  • Cocktails with Whiskies
  • Making hot cocktails
  • Section four cocktail exercises
  • Review or section four
  • QUIZ – Section four

SECTION FIVE

  • Upselling
  • What is rum?
  • Classifications of rum
  • Cocktails with rum
  • Section five cocktail exercises
  • Review of section five
  • QUIZ – Section five

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Become a bartender

In this course you should expect to spend almost 40 hours reviewing the materials, watching the videos, doing the exercises, memorizing recipes and practicing your pouring skills

We have over 6 hours of video clips broken down into bite-size chunks. You will get a lot of information and exercises that we know will give you the skills you need to get started behind the bar.

This training program makes people with no industry experience into bartenders. With 50 years of bartender training, it’s hard to find a program to match the sheer volume of information we have here.

SECTION SIX

  • One-touch bartending
  • What is tequila?
  • Types of tequila
  • Brands of tequila & mezcal
  • Mezcal & the worm
  • Cocktails with tequila
  • Section six cocktail exercises
  • Review of section six
  • QUIZ – Section six

SECTION SEVEN

  • What is wine?
  • Types of wine
  • Wine & food pairing
  • Proper corkscrew use & wine service
  • Wine tasting tips
  • Cocktails with wine
  • Section seven cocktail exercises
  • Review of section seven
  • QUIZ – Section seven

SECTION EIGHT

  • What is brandy?
  • Types of brandy
  • Lettering on bottles
  • Brands of brandy
  • Cocktails with brandy
  • Section eight cocktail exercises
  • Review of section eight
  • QUIZ – Section eight

SECTION NINE

  • What is beer?
  • Classifications of beer
  • Serving beer
  • Pouring draft beer
  • Draft beer handling
  • Glassware storage
  • Tapping a keg
  • Troubleshooting draft beer
  • Review of section nine
  • QUIZ – Section nine

SECTION TEN

  • Make a bartending resume
  • How to get a job
  • Applying for work
  • Final words

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Start Bartending - How To Become A Bartender

Start Bartending - How To Become A Bartender

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