At Toledo Bartending School, you’re trained to be a mixologist. A chef among cooks. You will receive more extensive training than the typical bartender, granting you greater industry knowledge that leaves you open to work anywhere you want. A mixologist usually can command a higher base salary and expect greater tips, as your drink repertoire exceeds that of your colleagues.
This class teaches you how to prepare 75 traditional drinks, as well as the latest drinks hitting bars right now. Aside from preparation and recipes, you’ll also learn beer and wine, as well as responsible alcohol service and customer service techniques. Toledo Bartending School follows the Anheuser-Busch “Beertender” training program and the Guinness Beer “Perfect Pour” training program.
Toledo Bartending School offers a high quality program. One of the qualities that speaks loudest in granting that title is the ServSafe Alcohol program. ServSafe Alcohol gives you the knowledge and instincts to deal with any real world scenario that could and will occur while you are bartending. Responsible alcohol service isn’t something that only affects you, it is something that directly touches your community, customers and business.
The ServSafe Alcohol Program was developed by the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF). It is a real-world training solution to any sort of situation you will witness as a bartender.