Courses and Descriptions


A well trained bartender is essential to the profitability and guest satisfaction of many food and beverage outlets. At the completion of this course, students will be able to set up a functional beverage service bar, and apply basic bartending skills to mix and prepare a predetermined list of cocktails. Students will acquire the ability to use and identify bar tools and equipment, and to differentiate between the glassware types used in bar operations. Students will apply knowledge adapted from the prerequisite course Wines, Spirits and Beers to use and identify common liquors, liqueurs and beer during cocktail preparation. Instructional methods will include demonstrations, guest speakers, theory based lectures and real time practice behind fully equipped functional bars. The skills students acquire will be applied in a practical way in the course Advance Restaurant Service.


HOSP-1031 requires a minimum grade of B.
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