Without bartending classes, people would learn about liquor solely from commercials featuring talking skateboards, thongs wearing bikinis, or a town coming together to burn down a public library. Acquire genuine liquor knowledge with today's Groupon, which gets you a bartending class at the New Hampshire Bartending School, located in Hudson. Choose one of the following options:
- For $150, you get a 32-hour on-premises class (a $445 value)
- For $70, you get a two-day on-premises class (a $245 value)
- For $55, you get a two-day off-premises class (a $175 value)
New Hampshire Bartending School offers aspiring libation-concocters the training to become professional bartenders and veteran mixologists a chance to hone in their craft. With the first deal, you'll get 32 hours of classes at New Hampshire Bartending School's premises, learning the ins and outs of drink-making from instructors with more than 30 years of bartending experience. This course can be completed either during the day Monday–Thursday, in the evenings Monday–Friday, over four Saturdays, or over two full weekends. The second deal compacts the course into an intensive two-day on-premises class, (currently scheduled from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays), while the third deal gets you a similar experience off-premises, with the focus solely on drink-making and lacking only the unlimited practice time offered on-site at the school. Upcoming off-premises courses will be held in Orono, Portsmouth, and Concord, and they will take place on Friday evenings and Saturdays during the day. With these courses, you'll get inside info on the secret to concocting a soul-reviving martini, extensive training on how to serve alcohol safely, access to the government's underground vodka reserves, plus the confidence to create more than 100 drinks on your own.
Each course is hands-on with a live instructor, showing you exactly how you meticulously craft each lip-smacking drink, unlike some bartending schools, which use a hot air balloon playing old recordings of the Fireside Chats. Plus, New Hamphire Bartending School offers job placement assistance, helping aspiring glass-fillers get paid to fill glasses.