This is the beginning of our Bartenders Guide where you’ll get free valuable bartending tips and bartending training advice from accomplished bartenders. Bartender Mixed is different from other online courses in one primary way, we supply you with a ton of information all for free so you can learn to bartend professionally. Everything you need to become a bartender is available through our Bartender’s Guide which you can follow step-by-step to learn the same exact information you would from attending a bartending school. For those who want an even more in-depth course along with an audio drink guide, check out The Complete Bartender’s Guide.
Below is the list of lessons you should follow. They are laid out so that you can progress as they increase in difficulty. By the end you will understand how to bartend an entire shift. You will also be prepared for what you can expect when you interview for a new position along with the difficulties you will face as a new bartender. Although we can teach all of this through our lessons, it is your responsibility to get your hands dirty with some real mixing and serving action at the end.
We hope you enjoy the course and remember to download the Free Bartender’s Guide – The 3 Biggest Bartending Mistakes. If you would like to browse through the course curriculum we have it listed below. Alternatively, you can start from the very beginning using this button.
Beginning Bartending Guide
Get a Bartending Job
Online Bartending Lessons
What to Do With All This Information
This is obviously a ton of lessons with a huge amount of info to learn, but it is organized in a way which makes sense in the bartending world. You’ll go through simple courses which teach you the basics. These are the lessons you’ll need to master before moving on to more advanced topics and before you memorize hundreds of drink recipes. It isn’t a bad idea to start studying some recipes as you are learning about more broad topics, but the basic lessons are the building blocks for everything else you’ll be taking on. Before considering getting an interview, practice your skills