Course Information

One of the questions the public frequently asks, is "What's the difference between a bartender and a mixologist?" We think of the difference between a mixologist and a bartender as being similar to the differences between a chef and a cook. A mixologist has received more extensive training, has greater industry knowledge and usually works in the more upscale food and beverage establishments. In addition, a mixologist usually commands a higher base salary and can expect more tips due to an increased drink repetoire.

Our Professional Mixology course is a fifty-hour course which consists of ten four-hour bartending classes. Our mixology course can be completed over a one, two or five week period. New bartending classes start each week.

Cream Drinks

Cream Drinks

Popular Highballs

Popular Highballs

Sours and Margaritas

Sours and Margaritas

Traditional Martinis

Traditional Martinis

Today's Hottest Shooters

Today's Hottest Shooters

Exotic Tall Drinks

Exotic Tall Drinks

Budweiser Training Program

Budweiser Training Program

Guiness Beer Program

Guiness Beer Program

Wine Class

Wine Class
Bartending Course Information

 

The graduate of our mixology course will have learned how to professionally prepare 125 traditional drinks as well as the latest trendy drinks that are popular in each city. Drinks range from the traditional martini & manhattan to the ever popular sex on the beach. In addition, the student will learn beer, wine, responsible alcohol service and professional customer service techniques. The school uses the Anheuser-Busch "Beertender" training program and the Guinness Beer "Perfect Pour" training program.