This mixology class gives participants a taste of the history behind bartending and craft cocktail-making. A hospitable bartender will shake things up and share information about key ingredients, bar tool etiquette, and techniques to create phenomenal cocktails (or mocktails) right at home!
Device (preferably computer for video sharing) with internet connectivity to join the event’s Zoom meeting
Ingredients, tools, and simple syrup…all of which are detailed in the Bartender’s Prep List
Participants join event via meeting link provided in registration email
Bartender greets attendees and introduces the history of bartending/craft cocktail-making and class flow
Participants follow bartender’s instructions to make cocktails on their own
Please check your email for an Implementation Guide provided by your Customer Success Manager. This guide will help you promote the team-building event through a variety of materials designed to generate awareness and build excitement!
Upon registering, participants will receive a calendar invite that includes a link to join the class. Refer to the promotional materials in the event’s Implementation Guide for more details about the registration process.
Yes, the cocktails highlighted during the class can easily be made into mocktails by using alcohol-free alternatives like seltzer water, coconut water, or cold brewed barley tea. The instructor will provide instructions on creating these wonderful mocktails.
Two cocktails will be prepared during the class: one shaken and one stirred.
A great cocktail can be made with as few as three or four ingredients. Common household items like citrus juice, a sweetener, alcohol (or an alcohol-free substitute), and ice can yield a great cocktail or mocktail!
No, any variety of liquor can be used in both the shaken and stirred cocktails, allowing participants to customize drinks to their liking. This also provides an opportunity for participants to enjoy what they may already have at home!
The total class time is 60 minutes. This includes learning about the history of bartending and craft cocktail-making, bar tools and etiquette, and creating two cocktails.
Registration for the class closes when the event begins.
Wellable can provide the total number of individuals that registered for and attended the event.