Learn how to bartend from this online bartending school!
Do you want “mad skills” to show off at your next dinner party? Are you simply curious about how the magic is done? Do you want a terrific short-cut that will let you avoid dishwashing and vegetable chopping on your way to your dream job?
This is your chance to mix it up! Even doing this part-time could pay for your college tuition, text books, food, dorm fees, car insurance, laptop, tablet, latest phone, a new TV, cable, or anything!
This course teaches you:
If you enroll in this online bartending school you will have full access to the 2.5 hour course with detailed PDF's and videos from a real, professional bartender. You can learn how to be a bartender online; you can learn how to bartend at home!
You'll have everything you need right in front of you; and you can easily review it anytime for a quick brush-up of your skills. Forgot how to make a Tom Collins or a Rob Roy? No problem! Just watch the lesson again and you’re good-to-go!
Why learn how to bartend?
Aside from professionalism and form, there is the sheer profitability of the job. Maybe you’d like to discover how some bartenders make $400 per night in tips.
Not only that, but it’s fun and has a Zen aspect to it as you hit your marks; reach for a garnish without looking; pour a perfect shot without measuring; and place “garbage” so perfectly that people will admire your skill and aplomb.
Enroll now while you’re thinking of it and don’t let this opportunity get away!
Just like many other jobs, bartending jobs require certain attire. Some bartending gigs have very specific attire dependent upon the place of work. We’re going to focus on the widely used and accepted uniforms you’ll see at most bartending gigs or events. The second thing you’ll need besides a uniform is the bar kit. These are a necessity for bartending.
Learn the tools of the trade! We discuss the essential tools you need to get the job done as professionaly as possible!
Garnishes serve two purposes. One purpose is to decorate cocktails. Cocktails are not cocktails without garnishes. The garnishes provide an allure for the customer. The drinks look more pleasing to the eye with them. The other purpose is to actually alter the taste of the drink. Some drinks need a garnish to be made properly.
Glassware comes in all different shapes and sizes. Some parties will just use plastic, but fancier ones use all different kinds. It’s important to know how to use them, or more specifically, what types of drinks go in what glasses.
Measurements will be important as a bartender. You’ll need to be as precise as possible in order to conserve liquor at events. At the same time, you need to be quick. Like anything, it will take a lot of practice. The best bartenders can do all their measurements by eye. We’ll start with some measurement terminology and show how much each one requires.
In chapter five, we’re going learn about gin and how it’s used in some different drinks. We will also cover the different brands and what they are “ranked”. This chapter covers popular cocktails, their recipes, and how they are made.
In this chapter we’ll go over how to make the different drinks using tequila as the main ingredient. We will learn what it’s made from, the different brands, and how they are ranked. This chapter covers popular cocktails, their recipes, and how they are made.
Lesson 7 is all about rum – we’ll be going over the popular brands and their ranking. This chapter covers popular cocktails, their recipes, and how they are made.
In this chapter, we’ll learn all about Russia’s treasured drink, vodka. Most of the well- known brands you may be already familiar with, but we’ll go over them just in case. This chapter covers popular cocktails, their recipes, and how they are made.
Chapter nine is about the whiskeys you need to commit to memory in order to call yourself a bartender. There are three main kinds of whiskeys and lots of subcategories. As usual, we’ll go over the brands and their ranking. This chapter covers popular cocktails, their recipes, and how they are made.
In the tenth chapter, we’ll be touching on wines, beers and champagnes. I’ll go over the different types of wine, beers you’ll typically find in bars, and how to properly open the elusive champagne bottle. We will cover wine cocktails as well.
This lesson covers popular cocktails that have milk/cream in them. We will also cover some that don’t require milk or cream but still belong in the same “family”.
This lesson is full of job hunting tips regarding your resume, the interview process and more. This lesson also comes with a downloadable Sample Cover Letter & Resume that you can use right away!
I am a voice-over actress and bartending instructor offering my full online bartending school right here on Udemy. I’ve been bartending in LA since I moved here back in 2012. For 2 years now, I've been teaching others how to bartend for recreational purposes as well as teaching how to become a professional bartender quickly.