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Public Mixology

at Liquid Lab NYC - Midtown East
230 Park Ave, New York, New York 10169

Liquid Lab NYC’s public mixology classes are a great way to learn the finer art of mixology in a fun and social environment. Whether you are a bartender looking to hone your craft or an at-home cocktail enthusiast looking to expand your repertoire, our classes are perfect for any skill level. We will be discussing cocktail culture and tasting along...

Saturday Jun 17th, 4pm

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Bartending

at ABC Training Center - Fordham Heights
2471 Morris Ave 2nd Fl, Bronx, New York 10468

Welcome to the ABC Training Center Bartending School, home of one of the most established and well respected bartending schools in New York City. We are proud to have trained countless bartenders who have gone on to work all over New York and beyond. Our graduates work in bars, restaurants, clubs, pubs, lounges, hotels – anywhere alcohol is served....

$199

6 sessions

Saturday Apr 29th, 10am

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Milk 2: Latte Art

at JOE Coffee - Chelsea
131 W 21st St, New York, New York 10011

In this hands-on class, learn latte art theory and technique. Practice steaming milk and pouring latte art, such as hearts, rosettas, or tulips. Prerequisite: Must have taken Milk 1 or have equivalent steaming experience.

Saturday May 20th, 1pm

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Introduction to Tea & Tea Tasting

at Palais des Thés - SoHo
107 Spring Street 2nd Floor, New York, New York 10023

Participants will enjoy the full sensory experience of tea tasting and the tea expert will share anecdotes and background information about each tea. The tea classes will start with a journey into the tea plant itself while also exploring the craft of creating fine teas through a detailed and selective process. Overall, participants will take away...

Wednesday Jun 14th, 11:30am

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Barista Course

at JOE Coffee - Chelsea
131 W 21st St, New York, New York 10011

In this one-month hands-on barista course, learn the comprehensive basics of being a barista. Begin with appreciation of coffee's journey and learn how to evaluate coffee. Explore espresso theory and technique, and how to control and adjust variables for even and targeted extraction. Learn milk steaming and latte art theory and technique. Practice...

$500

8 sessions

Tuesday May 9th, 6pm

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Cupping for Beginners

at JOE Coffee - Chelsea
131 W 21st St, New York, New York 10011

Introduction to evaluating coffee through cupping, the industry's standard method. Learn coffee cupping procedure and how to evaluate coffee, build vocabulary and sensory memories, and taste coffees. (No experience necessary.)

Saturday May 6th, 11am

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Brewshop 101: Home Brewing Essentials

at Bitter & Esters - Prospect Heights
700 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11238

Our intro classes are designed for the absolute novice brewer. They are a fantastic experience for anyone looking to develop a deeper understanding of beer, its ingredients, and the process by which it’s made in a friendly and savvy environment. We teach in a concentrated 2 to 3 hour workshop format that focuses on a hands-on learning experience....

Tuesday May 2nd, 6:30pm

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Science of Beer

at Hop To Beer - Upper East Side
245 E 55th St, New York, New York 01022

Why does your favorite beer tastes the way it does? How does yeast shape the flavors of beer? What is actually happening when a beer spoils, skunks, or sours? Why does Guinness need time to “settle” when poured? Beer brewing isn’t an art, it’s a science. An exact science. Science teacher and microbiologist, Evie, pulls back the curtains on...

Saturday Apr 29th, 4pm

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Mixology: Learn to Create Tea-infused Cocktails

at Sanctuary T - SoHo
337B W Broadway, New York, New York 10013

Tired of the same old vodka tonic? Try a tea-infused cocktail instead!  Course Highlights: While discovering the fundamentals behind basic mixology, flavor building, and drink making, learn how tea can contribute various flavors to create a truly unique, easy-to-make cocktail.  You will take part in a hands-on approach to these inventive...

Monday May 1st, 5:30pm

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Mixology Basics

at The Institute of Culinary Education - Financial District
Brookfield Place, 225 Liberty Street, New York, New York 10281

Take a crash course in the essentials of cocktail mixology, then recreate these classic drinks at home and at parties. We'll cover mixing, muddling, martinis, making your own sour mix, and more! Our instructors will lead you as you practice making (and consuming) cocktails including:  Mint Julep Gimlet Margarita Gin & Tonic We serve...

Monday May 8th, 6:30pm

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One Day Coffee Workshop

at JOE Coffee - Chelsea
131 W 21st St, New York, New York 10011

Our One-Day Coffee Workshop is a very special three-part coffee class aimed at giving a holistic education to both the novice and budding enthusiast. The workshop will begin with Seed to Cup, an introductory lecture to coffee's transformation from bean to beverage including growing, processing, roasting, and brewing. This is followed...

Sunday May 21st, 10am

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Hops Class Lecture & Tasting

at Bitter & Esters - Prospect Heights
700 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11238

Our dedicated course and accompanying tasting will engross you in the wonderfully complex world of hops which are the delicate, cone-like flower giving many of your favorite brews their delicious and complex aromas and flavors. Hops are wonderfully diverse and are used for multiple purposes. Each variety imparts a uniquely different scent and flavor...

Sunday May 14th, 12pm

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The Mixology of Mexico

at The Institute of Culinary Education - Financial District
Brookfield Place, 225 Liberty Street, New York, New York 10281

The mighty agave plant is the provider of that Scotch from south of the border, Mezcal, and its close cousin, Tequila. These two spirits are much maligned, but there is far more to them than most imbibers know. So forget about the worm and all the inferior shots at inferior parties. Instead, let experienced bar consultant Michael Cecconi lead you through...

Friday May 5th, 6:30pm

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Tea and Cheese Tasting

at The Brooklyn Kitchen - Williamsburg
100 Frost St, Brooklyn, New York 11211

You've probably heard about wine and cheese, but how about tea and cheese?  Rachel Safko, food journalist, researcher, and tea expert, will be hosting this unusual tasting class that highlights a range of rare, world class teas paired with a number of our favorite artisanal cheeses. Menu: Kettl Sencha with Bonne Bouche goat Bellocq First...

Sunday May 14th, 2pm

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Introduction to Matcha

at Palais des Thés - SoHo
107 Spring Street 2nd Floor, New York, New York 10023

This matcha 101 class will tell you everything you need to know about matcha! From its origins to its health benefits and you'll get to learn how to prepare this very unique tea as well as discover delicious matcha-based recipes. Participants will enjoy the full sensory experience of tea tasting and the tea expert will share anecdotes...

Wednesday Jun 14th, 12pm

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