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Mixology 201 Add-On

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An Introduction to Craft Cocktailing and Menu Devolopment

  • 100 US dollars
  • North College Avenue

Service Description

​Class will always be on the Saturday following Bartending 101 depending on the amount of students enrolled. Mixology 201 Objectives: *  Advanced Understanding of Distillates;  *  Neutral (Vodka & Gin), Rum, Whiskey (Aged, Unaged, Bourbon, Rye, Scotch), Tequila, Mezcal, & Agave Style Spirits, and Various Other Craft Spirits including;  * History, Origin, and Culture *  Basics of the Distillation Process (Craft & Large Scale Production) *  Relevant TTB Standards and Local Regulations *  Proper Tasting Techniques *  The History of the Cocktail *  Mastery of Classic Cocktails *  Current Industry Trends *  Introduction to Cocktail Creation *  Menu Development Occupational Objective- The graduate mixologist should be capable of an advanced level bartender or bar manager.  Please note that all mixology students will be approved on a case-by-case basis by our Director of Education and will first require attendance in a Bartending 101 course.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

  • 155 North College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO, USA


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