Beer Brewing, Bartending & Drink Mixologist Master Course

Beer Brewing, Bartending & Drink Mixologist Master Course
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Learn the art of brewing beer at home, as well as the skills necessary to become a brilliant bartender and mixologist with this comprehensive course. Home brewing has exploded in popularity in recent years and is a very engaging hobby, as well as a great way to save some money. Bartending and mixology are hobbies for some but for others can be a lucrative career choice. Whether you aspire to be the next Tom Cruise in Cocktail or want to join the Coyote Ugly team, this course is designed to equip you with the skills necessary to become a professional mixologist.

Mastering Beer Brewing

Learn the art of beer brewing from start to finish and gain an in depth knowledge of the process. This is a self-paced course and videos are designed in a way to make it easy for you to understand and implement what you learn.

Bar Tending and Drink Mixologist Master Course

Learn the tips, tricks and techniques you need to help you learn the art of bar tending and drink mixology. Explore various types of drinks, from traditional to trendy, and learn the responsibilities and etiquette of being a mixologist.


This comprehensive course will teach you everything you need to know about the arts of brewing your own beer, bar tending and mixology. We use only the IT industry’s finest instructors and each one has a minimum of 15 years real-world experience. The course includes instructor-led demonstrations and visual presentations that allow students to develop their skills based on real world scenarios. Unlike a live class, you can fast-forward, repeat or rewind your lectures and make sure you have fully understood every element before moving on.

Focus areas include :

  1. Introduction to brewing - Everything you need to know before you get started, including sanitation, equipment and a look at the necessary ingredients. This section also includes a fascinating study on the history of beer and its impact on the world.
  2. Types of brewing - Explore partial mash brewing and learn how to make an IPA with liquid yeast. This section will include a history of IPA, hops used traditionally and currently and a discussion on malt. The all grain brewing section will teach you how to make Imperial Stout and will take an in depth look at history, recipe and chemistry behind this tasty beverage.
  3. Legality, bottling, kegging and packaging - Once your beer is brewed you will learn the necessary legal details of making your own alcohol and how to bottle it or keg it ready for consumption.
  4. Introduction to bar tending - This section will teach you about types of glassware, types of alcohol and the tools you’ll be using.
  5. Cocktails and shots - Discover the many and varied types of cocktail out there and master the technique of making each one.
  6. Running a bar - Learn everything you need to know to efficiently run a bar, including knowledge of wines, how to recognise counterfeit money, valid ID and how to organise your bar.


This course will enable you to make your own beer, mix your own drinks and give you a good grounding in running your own bar. By the end of the course you will be equipped with the skills necessary to become a professional mixologist, enabling you to advance your career. The benefits include:

  • The knowledge necessary to brew and bottle your own beer at home
  • The skills to become a professional bar tender and mixologist
  • Cutting edge information from expert instructors
  • Advance your career prospects
  • Learn at your own pace and master each part of the course before moving on to the next

Whether you’re looking for a new hobby or your serious about being a professional bartender, this course is for you. Start today!

Mastering Beer Brewing

Introduction to extract brewing: Blonde Ale w/ dry yeast
  • Sanitation
  • Equipment
  • Ingredients
  • Brewing demonstration, explanation of the entire process (extract, malt, hops, water, chemistry, styles, etc.)

Discussion of the overlying process of wort production, malt extract, hops and the varieties, water, SRM, IBU, BJCP guidelines. The overall history of beer and impact on the world.

Partial mash Brewing: IPA w/ liquid yeast
  • Grain conversion
  • Yeast types
  • Hop varieties

History of IPAs, hops used traditionally and currently to date. Discussion on malt, malting and kilning process and varieties.

Partial mash brewing cont.

  • Grain conversion
  • Yeast propagation
  • Hop utilization
All-grain brewing: Imperial Stout w/ combo liquid and dry yeast
  • Equipment set-up
  • Mashing/sparge/vorlauft
  • History
  • Recipe formulation
  • Basic water chemistry
  • Packaging options, ageing, barrels, corni kegs, etc. Lagering options, temperature control.
Advanced equipment, legality know how, packaging, demo of bottling and kegging.


Mastering Bartending & Cocktails in a Week or Less

Introduction to Bartending
  • Intro
  • GlassWare
  • Tools
  • Alcohol Types
  • Martini
  • Martinis Cont.
  • Flavored Martinis
  • Section Tools
  • Long Island
  • Sour Drinks
  • Popular Drinks Part 1
  • Popular Drinks Part 2
  • Popular Drinks Part 3
  • Popular Drinks Part 4
  • Ruthie Martini
  • Ruthie Martini Continued
  • Flavored Martinis
  • More Sour Drinks
Top Drinks & Shots
  • Recap Drinks
  • Muddlers
  • More Popular Drinks 1
  • More Popular Drinks 2
  • Tropical Drinks
  • Shooters Part 1
  • Shooters Part 2
  • Shooters Part 3
  • Shots
  • Shooters Conclusion
  • Beer
  • Greeting Customers
Running your Bar
  • Recap Drinks
  • Layered Shots
  • Wines
  • Counterfeit Money
  • Valid ID
  • Organizing Your Bar Part 1
  • Organizing Your Bar Part 2
  • Tools Accessories
  • Common Issues
Course Code
Online Course
Course Access
1 Year
Exams Included
1 gigahertz (GHz)
1 GB
Operating Systems
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
Mac OS
Internet Explorer 8 or above
Google Chrome
Safari 6 or above
Mozilla Firefox
Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android