Bar Mixers

bartending school bar mixers

There are many different mixers that bartenders use as part of recipes for drinks. Some mixers need to be kept refrigerated some do not. Some mixers are dispensed from a bottle or can whereas some are found on the soda gun. Here are the various mixers that are typical for use behind the bar.

Soda Gun mixers – These mixers are either sodas or juices that come as concentrated boxed syrups that mix with water or water-co2 (depending on whether it’s a juice or soda). Soda gun mixers are kept in the back of the house where co2 tanks are kept as well as racks for all the boxed syrups. In this lesson, you will learn about all the popular soda gun mixers.

Main Features

  • Learn tips and tricks about the most popular soda and juice mixers
  • Learn tips and tricks about the most popular bar shelf mixers

Who is the target audience?

New and existing bartenders that may want a refresher course.

Lesson 8 - Soda Gun Mixers

1
Sweet and Sour Mix
5 Minutes
2
Orange Juice
5 Minutes
3
Pineapple Juice
5 Minutes
4
Grapefruit Juice
5 Minutes
5
Cranberry
5 Minutes
6
Cola
5 Minutes
7
Lemon Lime
5 Minutes
8
Ginger Ale
5 Minutes
9
Club Soda
5 minutes
10
Tonic Water
5 Minutes
11
Ginger Beer
5 Minutes
12
Lemonade
5 Minutes
13
Water
5 Minutes
14
Bitters
5 Minutes

Lesson 9 - Shelf Mixers

1
Simple Syrup
5 Minutes
2
Grenadine
5 Minutes
3
Roses Lime Juice
5 Minutes
4
Half and Half
5 Minutes
5
Olive Brine
5 Minutes
6
Pickle Brine
5 Minutes
7
Red Bull
5 Minutes
8
Bloody Mary
5 Minutes
9
Strawberry Daiquiri Mix
5 Minutes
10
Pina Colada
5 Minutes
11
Orgeat
5 Minutes
12
Store and Pour
5 Minutes
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Enrolled: 36 students
Duration: 10 hours
Lectures: 26
Video: 9 hours
Level: Beginner
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