You must be 18+ to register for this course!
Time: 6-9pm (Thursday)
Dates: November 1
Room: 3501 Peel Street, Montreal (Basement)
Course Description: We know the only thing you throw back on Thursdays are drinks…so why not learn how to make them too? Do you love ordering caesars, but have no idea what’s actually in them? Ever dream of hosting a margarita night…but haven’t the first clue where to start? Do you get confused by strange cocktail names? Welcome to Mixology 101, the course you really wish was part of your schedule. Get ready to learn the basics of bartending and how to create a sweet home bar to impress all of your friends. During this course you will learn about the history, traditions, and production methods behind each major category of alcoholic beverage (beer, wine, whiskey, rum, tequila, gin, and vodka), and discuss their flavor profiles and common uses. You will also get to practice making recipes, and discover mixing techniques for both classic and modern cocktails! Are you ready to be the hostest with the mostest?
About the Instructor: Charbel was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. Since his first year at McGill, he has had an appreciation for spirits and cocktails. Charbel has been involved in the bar scene for the past 3 years…he may have even served you a beverage or two at Gerts!
Materials Required: A valid Government Issued ID. A cocktail kit will be provided and will be yours to keep!
Suggested Materials: –
Required Knowledge: No prior knowledge is required. This course is for hobbyists who want to start a home bar of their own!REGISTER