Like baking a cake, mixing a drink requires precise measurements and the restraint to not ingest so many ingredients that you ruin your own birthday party. Become a power-mixer with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$99 for a 16-hour bartending course package for one (a $285 total value)
- Four four-hour classes, held Monday–Wednesday and Friday at 9 a.m., 1:30 p.m., or 6 p.m. (a $215 value)
- Registration fee (a $60 value)
- Course book (a $10 value)
$35 for a four-hour hands-on bartending class for one (a $79 value) $55 for a four-hour hands-on bartending class for two (a $129 value)
In the space of four hours, students focus on a single category of mixology: classic cocktails, rocks drinks, highballs, Collins drinks, or the serving of beer, wine, and frozen drinks.
National Bartenders School
Lambert Epperly, founder and owner of National Bartenders School, oversees the progress of each of his school's students, and provides individual advice and adjustments from their first class through graduation. His bartending gurus pass on their knowledge and techniques in a custom-designed cocktail-lounge classroom, engaging students in hands-on training behind a 40-foot-long, fully stocked bar. These experienced instructors lead a 40-hour certificate program and other seminars in both English and Spanish, tailoring class times around students' work and crime-fighting schedules. For extended courses, they provide a bartending textbook spanning more than 200 drink formulas and detailing elements of the craft, such as types of glassware and customer-service practices. Licensed by the New Jersey Department of Education, the school keeps tuition low and connects its students with free job-placement assistance in local watering holes.
“It was a very interesting experience!”
“We had a great time”
“The teacher was nice and personable and really taught us some important basics for bartending. It was a good time and we were very thankful that they were able to...”
“The teacher was nice and personable and really taught us some important basics for bartending. It was a good time and we were very thankful that they were able to wait for us to get there to start since we had driven from far away. Great Job!”