Mastering Bartending in a Week or Less

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Description

Through this course, students will learn how to make a varieties of drinks, from traditional to trendy.They will also learn the responsibilities and etiquette of being a mixologist. By the end of the course, students will be equipped to work in many establishments as a mixologist.

Outline

Module 1: Day 1

1.1 Intro

1.2 Glass Ware

1.3 Tools

1.4 Alcohol Types

Module 2: Day 2

2.1 Martini

2.2 Martinis Continued

2.3 Flavored Martinis

2.4 Section Tools

2.5 Long Island

2.6 Sour Drinks

2.7 Popular Drinks – Part 1

2.8 Popular Drinks – Part 2

2.9 Popular Drinks – Part 3

2.10 Popular Drinks – Part 4

2.11 Ruthie Martini

2.12 Ruthie Martini Continued

2.13 Flavored Martinis

2.14 More Sour Drinks

Module 3: Day 3

3.1 Recap- Drinks

3.2 Muddlers

3.3 More Popular Drinks 1

3.4 More Popular Drinks 2

3.5 Tropical Drinks

3.6 Shooters – Part 1

3.7 Shooters – Part 2

3.8 Shooters – Part 3

3.9 Shots

3.10 Shooters Conclusion

3.11 Beer

3.12 Greeting Customers

Module 4: Day 4

4.1 Recap Drinks

4.2 Layered Shots

4.3 Wines

4.4 Counterfeit Money

4.5 Valid I D

4.6 Organizing Your Bar – Part 1

4.7 Organizing Your Bar – Part 2

4.8 Tools Accessories

4.9 Common Issues

Module 5: Day 5

5.1 Review – Intro

5.2 Review – Characters

5.3 Review – Tools

5.4 Review – Pour-Counts

5.5 Review – Glass

5.6 Review – Martinis

5.7 Review – Muddler

5.8 Review – Drinks

5.9 Review – Lit

5.10 Review – Sour Drinks

5.11 Review – Types Of Liquor

5.12 Review – More Drinks

5.13 Review – Tropical Drinks

5.14 Review – Shooters

5.15 Review – Beer

5.16 Review – Layered Shots

5.17 Review – Money

5.18 Review – ID

5.19 Review – Conclusion