Bar Glassware

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Glassware styles and varieties will always fluctuate depending on the type of establishment you are bartending in. For example, a classic speakeasy-style bar may have more antique style glasses for cocktails whereas a high volume dance club or party bar may only use plastic cups. In addition to styles the variety may be more at a high end establishment but at a neighborhood bar or smaller type of place there may only be 3-4 different varieties. Many bars simply don’t have the budget for a large variety of drinking vessels. The following are glasses and cups that you may come across during your bartending tenure. It is important that you are meticulous with the handling of glassware paying attention to smudges towel lint soap and water stains and even where you place your fingers when grabbing the glass. No guest wants to see your fingers touching the upperside of a glass (rim) where they may put their mouth to drink. After washing and rinsing glasses always let them air dry on a clean corrugated surface. Never towel dry a glass. Use a linen napkin or cloth if you are going to polish glassware. And lastly if your glasses are to be stacked make sure they are completely dry otherwise the moisture will leave ring marks on the glasses. Here are the drinking vessels you need to be familiar with and the various types of establishments you may find each particular glass being stocked.

Main Features

  • Learn about traditional bar glassware
  • Learn about more unique bar glassware
  • Learn proper glass icing techniques
  • Learn how to tell a glass is Beet Glass clean
  • Achieve silky smooth consistent drinks.
  • Build with confidence and style
  • Don’t fear the blender, it’s your friend
  • Shake it don’t fake it.
  • Proper ice amounts always helps.
  • Stirring is an art form you can easily master.

Who is the target audience?

New bartenders who want to understand the fundamentals of the mixing methods. Customers who have been ordering certain drinks can easily taste and feel when the drink is made differently – that’s why it’s important to ask the customer first for example if they prefer the drink shaken or stirred.  Later when you get to drinks, you will see the most common way certain drinks are made and typically ordered (but we highly suggest you ask the customer)

Lesson 7 - Glassware

1
Knowing Your Glassware
5 Minutes
2
Additional Glasses
5 Minutes
3
Professional handling and icing the glasses
5 Minutes
4
Beer Clean Glass
5 Minutes
5
Bar Glassware – Quiz
6 questions
Yes, we have some great sponsors that have great products and we have additional products for purchase should you want to take your bartending to a professional level.
NO! Companies that say this are being dishonest. Handing a certificate to a manager of a bar or nightclub is one of the last things you want to do. Anyone can print out a certificate, it means nothing and shows the owners or managers hiring nothing.
They are not hard, but they are thorough – meaning there are courses, and each course has approx 10 lessons, sometimes less, sometimes more. There is a combination of text, images, and video for each lesson. After you’ve gone thru the lesson material, there is a lesson quiz, you need to pass all lesson quizzes with an 80% or better in order for us to place you as an intern. This suggests to the potential employer that you know what to do and when.
Yes, we show you how to make the most popular drinks that are current and relevant for today, not what was cool 20 years ago, although some drinks are classics and are still very much in style.  We cover all the most popular drinks for every occasion and you can view them being crafted at your convenience.
It depends on your state, check this page to see a list of states and ages. Click here to see your States Legal Bartending Age
They are broken into related lessons, with over 200 videos, text, images, & examples showing you everything you need to know about bartending. Complete the online course at your own pace. After you finish the online part, there is a resume builder, add some info to your resume that highlights your recent accomplishment and a little info about yourself. Then head over to the internship map link to find a learn bartending location near you. Submit your resume to their internship job posting and get ready to intern. The bar will contact you to schedule a time to come in and do a mock interview, if they have availability they will schedule your days, if they are full you can apply to another bar.  It is recommended that you do 6 days of internship, 3 opening days and 3 closing days to get exposure to both shifts.


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Enrolled: 36 students
Duration: 1 hour
Lectures: 4
Video: 30 minutes
Level: Beginner