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$39 for a Four-Hour Intro to Bartending Class at Fine Art Bartending (Value $125)

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Fine Art Bartending

Highlights

  • Fun and interactive 4-hour Introduction to Bartending class
  • Professional instructors will teach proper pouring techniques and methods of mixing
  • Create signature cocktails, martinis and shots
  • Learn how to stock your home bar & the necessary basic bartending skills to host your own home party or event
  • Perfect for upcoming BBQs, events, etc.
  • Canada’s oldest, largest, and most well-respected bartending school
  • Small class sizes to ensure individualized attention is provided to each student
  • Fun, informative, and hands-on!
  • Makes a great gift
  • Conveniently located in Vancouver

Fine Print

  • No limit on vouchers purchased per person or as gifts, buy as many as you like!
  • Registration required & subject to availability. View schedule for classes
  • Must be 19 or older
  • Redeemable starting June 23, 2017
  • Expires in 6 months -  December 23, 2017
  • Tax and all class material included


It’s been an age-old puzzle to figure out how to always be the life of the party; to have people constantly and repeatedly seeking you out throughout the evening. You’ve tried card tricks, now try today’s SocialShopper deal: $39 for a 4-hour Intro to Bartending class at Fine Art Bartending (value $125).

Shop around if you want, but you’ll find out what we did—that Fine Art is Canada’s oldest, largest, and most respected bartending school. Whether you dream of a gig behind the bar at the Hobbit House or want the drinks at your themed parties to involve more than just food coloring and tiny umbrellas, Fine Art is the place to start.

This fun class is taught by some of the best mixologists in the city. Just as they can make a drink that packs a punch but still tastes great, the class is packed with much more knowledge and skill than you’d think you could get in just four hours. Don’t worry, the class is not lecture style, so you’ll have bottles and glasses in hand and will be taught the fundamentals on which you can build your legendary party-master status!

Location

Fine Art Bartending
Company Website
432 West Pender
Vancouver, BC
V6B 1T5
604.873.2811

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Reviews

"...The space is good - a long bar with about 4 full bar stations and sport for about 6-7 people behind the bar. The benches that face the bar are really comfortable and you can see everything anywhere you sit. Our instructor was a lot of fun - a proper bar tender and he kept the mood light and fun. You don;t get to play with real alcohol, but the coloured water still made it feel like you were building real cocktails. The course started off with being able to pour a perfect ounce in a glass and then free pouring. Everyone got pretty good, really fast. Then we moved onto classic cocktails like Tom Collins, Black Russians, Harvey Wallbangers. Then we moved onto different martinis and more complicated cocktails. We learned how to properly use a cocktail shaker and the secret to unsticking your cocktail glass from the shaker tin. Our instructor made us real Cosmos and Manhattan so we could really know how they are supposed to taste, especially since drinks are so watered down in this town..."
- Karen R. (yelp)

"My husband and I attended the Intro class yesterday with Hennesy, and I wanted to let you know that we had a fantastic time! We were both a bit nervous of the content and how we would be learning, but the class was exactly what we were looking for. Our instructor was easy going and approachable, and he was tactful in how he corrected students as we tried the hands-on practice sessions. Even though I have limited experience with bartending and mixology I found the class easy to understand and follow. The handouts were were much apreciated and we are looking forward to hosting a party with our friends to try out what we've learned. We both agreed it was worth the drive out from Abbotsford." 
- Katie W. (Client Testimonials)


"After researching many other bartending schools in Vancouver, I came across Fine Art and was amazed by its reputation and knowledgeable instructors. My instructor, was exceptionally dedicated to teaching and made sure that each lesson was informative as well as enjoyable. The classes were very practical and extremely fun! I would recommend Fine Art to anyone, whether you are pursuing a career in the industry or just doing it for fun." 
- Jasmina F. (Client Testimonials)


"I had alot of fun in the course. Learning the drinks and pouring was fun but I think what made it was the people I was in class with. A class full of outgoing people just makes it that much better." 
- Kyle V. (Client Testimonials)

"I took the Fine Arts Bartending Class in Vancouver. The class was so much fun and the instructors were great." 
- Dawar H. (Client Testimonials)

Reviews

"...The space is good - a long bar with about 4 full bar stations and sport for about 6-7 people behind the bar. The benches that face the bar are really comfortable and you can see everything anywhere you sit. Our instructor was a lot of fun - a proper bar tender and he kept the mood light and fun. You don;t get to play with real alcohol, but the coloured water still made it feel like you were building real cocktails. The course started off with being able to pour a perfect ounce in a glass and then free pouring. Everyone got pretty good, really fast. Then we moved onto classic cocktails like Tom Collins, Black Russians, Harvey Wallbangers. Then we moved onto different martinis and more complicated cocktails. We learned how to properly use a cocktail shaker and the secret to unsticking your cocktail glass from the shaker tin. Our instructor made us real Cosmos and Manhattan so we could really know how they are supposed to taste, especially since drinks are so watered down in this town..."
- Karen R. (yelp)

"My husband and I attended the Intro class yesterday with Hennesy, and I wanted to let you know that we had a fantastic time! We were both a bit nervous of the content and how we would be learning, but the class was exactly what we were looking for. Our instructor was easy going and approachable, and he was tactful in how he corrected students as we tried the hands-on practice sessions. Even though I have limited experience with bartending and mixology I found the class easy to understand and follow. The handouts were were much apreciated and we are looking forward to hosting a party with our friends to try out what we've learned. We both agreed it was worth the drive out from Abbotsford." 
- Katie W. (Client Testimonials)


"After researching many other bartending schools in Vancouver, I came across Fine Art and was amazed by its reputation and knowledgeable instructors. My instructor, was exceptionally dedicated to teaching and made sure that each lesson was informative as well as enjoyable. The classes were very practical and extremely fun! I would recommend Fine Art to anyone, whether you are pursuing a career in the industry or just doing it for fun." 
- Jasmina F. (Client Testimonials)


"I had alot of fun in the course. Learning the drinks and pouring was fun but I think what made it was the people I was in class with. A class full of outgoing people just makes it that much better." 
- Kyle V. (Client Testimonials)

"I took the Fine Arts Bartending Class in Vancouver. The class was so much fun and the instructors were great." 
- Dawar H. (Client Testimonials)

SS Says

5 Reasons to Take a Classy Class at Fine Art Bartending

1. Good bartenders make it look like nothing, but to join their ranks, you need to learn proper mixing, pouring, layering, and braising methods. That’s why it’s a Fine Art!

2. You recently made someone a Rum & Coke, and when they tasted it they asked you if you were sure you knew all the ingredients.

3. If you love what you learn, sign up for their full certification course, and two weeks later you’ll be ready to rock behind your favorite bar.

4. You’ve tried learning bartending from books, but they keep getting too soggy to read, and your computer is too valuable to try learning online.

5. Bar managers want someone with a fine balance of skills. Example: pour too much booze and they go broke, pour too little and the customers go elsewhere.

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