Bartending Equipment

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Bartending School bartending equipment

As a Bartender you will be using bar tools. In addition to having the proper bartending tools, knowing how to use the tools is a key concept to being a professional bartender.

There are tools that you as a bartender will keep on you at all times.
There are also tools that you will be use at your bartender’s workstation.

Sometimes these bartending tools are only yours, in addition to being shared with other bartenders. 

We are going to learn the difference between these personal and workstation bar tools. All tools are equally important. As a leading bartending school we show you how to use the bartending equipment

Main Features

  • Learn the essential bar tools you personally must have.
  • Discover the workstation tools that you will be sharing with other bartenders.

Bartending School bartending equipment

On the job you will be using tools like your bar towel, wine key, muddler, hawthorne and julep strainers. You will command the bar bartend like a pro. Learn today and Bartend tomorrow.

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Besides knowledge of the most popular drinks recipes, a good understanding of the bartending techniques and good people skills are mandatory in order to work as a bartender. Beside that though, you’re also going to require the right equipment. Here are just a few of the tools you will learn to use, more inside the course.

Bar Spoon

For layering and stirring drinks, a bar spoon is mandatory. Usually, it features a small spoon bowl with holes and comes with a spiral handle. One such spoon represents and eight of an ounce (fluid oz).

Blender

For blending cocktails, a blender is a must and the good news is that it can also crush ice cubes. To lessen the wear on the blender’s blades, it’s recommended that you use crushed ice, especially if the blender you have is a standard blender.

Bar Blade

For bottles that aren’t twist-off, a bottle opener is a must and as a bartender it’s very important that you have one. However, if you’re already using a waiter’s corkscrew, you don’t need to worry about getting a separate bottle opener.

Who is the target audience?

New and existing bartenders that want to attend bartending school and learn about bartending equipment this course is for you.

Lesson 4 - Bartending Tools

1
Pens
2 Minutes
2
Lighter
5 Minutes
3
Non – Slip Shoes
5 Minutes
4
Wine Key
5 Minutes
5
Bar Towel
5 Minutes
6
Bar Blade
5 Minutes
7
Muddler
5 Minutes

Lesson 5 - Workstation Tools

1
Strainers (Hawthorne & Julep)
5 Minutes
2
Mixing Glass
5 Minutes
3
Ice Scoop
5 Minutes
4
Tin Play
5 Minutes
5
Jigger
5 Minutes
6
Bar Spoon
5 Minutes
7
Menus
5 Minutes
8
Silverware Rollups
5 Minutes

Lesson 6 - Food Service Items

1
Dinner Napkins
5 Minutes
2
Food Condiments
5 Minutes
3
Side Plates
5 Minutes
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.
It depends on your state, check this page to see a list of states and ages. 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: 9757 students
Duration: 1 hour
Lectures: 18
Video: 30 minutes
Level: Beginner
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