Mixology 101 Class - December 8th
Wednesday, December 8, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
Introduction to Mixology, Part 1 (Mixology 101)
“Martinis, Manhattans, Mojitos and Margaritas: Redefining the Drinks You Thought You Knew”.
2 hrs – This class teaches the fundamentals of home bartending, the necessary tools and cocktail construction, all through the building of four fundamental cocktails that most people misunderstand. By rediscovering these drinks and the ways they can be made you will come to understand not only how you really like your cocktails to be made, but how to order them so that you always get them that way, and more importantly, how to make them (and many more) for your friends and guests while entertaining. You will leave with a new perspective and a new set of skills that you can build upon in future classes.
This class is offered on December 8th, from 6pm to 8pm. All materials are included and you get to consume everything you make! Students must be 21 years old and older and will be identified at the beginning of class.
Sponsor products include Square One Organic Vodka, Plymouth Gin, Wild Turkey Bourbon and Espolon Tequila.
Taught by BCCAC Co-Founder H. Joseph Ehrmann. Winner of the 2010 Bartender of the Year Award (Nightclub and Bar Magazine). His bar, Elixir has won the 2010 Top 25 Cocktail Bars in America (GQ Magazine), 2010 Best BArs in America (Esquire Magazine) and 2009 Top 100 Bars in America (Food and Wine Magazine).
photo credits: The Lush Life
When & Where
The Boothby Center for the Beverage Arts
The Boothby Center exists as a place to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of saloons and their cocktails via educational and entertaining events. The "Cocktail" Bill Boothby Center for the Beverage Arts is the home of exceptional beverage education and events in the San francisco Bay Area and hosts a wide variety of our own curiated events as well as serving as a full service rental venue for your own event needs. For information on a private rental, please call 415-710-9053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org