Most establishments serve a range of beers, spirits, liqueurs, ciders and other alcoholic beverages. A professional bartender must have a thorough knowledge of the production processes; differences between products and brands; correct methods of storage and the best way of serving each type of drink.

$50.00 Price

150 mins Estimated Time

Components in this Module

1- Introduction

  • Introduction

2 - Beer

  • Beer
  • Methods of Brewing
  • Beer Styles
  • Beer Style Guide
  • Beer Trends
  • The Beer Brewing Process
  • The Modern Brewery
  • Packaging of Beer
  • Storage of Beer
  • Checkpoint 1
  • Beer Reticulation System
  • Beer Glasses and Service Procedures
  • Beer Glass Sizes
  • Beer Presentation
  • Pouring Packaged Beer
  • Pouring Draught Beer and Stout
  • Pouring Beer
  • Unprofessional Beer Pouring Techniques
  • Incorrect Beer Pouring
  • Beer Pouring Problems
  • Beer Pouring Problems Challenge
  • Mixed Beer Drinks
  • Checkpoint 2

3 - Spirits

  • Spirits
  • Brandies
  • French Cognac Quality Indicators
  • Armagnac
  • Australian Brandies
  • Checkpoint 3
  • Whiskies
  • Types of Whisky
  • Checkpoint 4
  • Rum
  • Vodka
  • Gin
  • Serving Spirits
  • Pouring Spirits
  • Storing Spirits
  • Checkpoint 5

4 - Liqueurs and Other Alcoholic Beverages

  • Liqueurs
  • Common Liqueurs
  • Liqueur Flavour Classifications
  • Liqueur Flavours Challenge
  • Manufacturing Process for Liqueurs
  • Service of Liqueurs
  • Storing Liqueurs
  • Other Alcoholic Beverages
  • Examples of speciality coffees
  • Other Drinks
  • Checkpoint 6

5 - Sensory Evaluation

  • Sensory Evaluation
  • The Four Basic Elements of Sensory Evaluation
  • Checkpoint 7

6 - Advising Customers on Beverages

  • Advising Customers on Beverages
  • Aperitifs
  • Digestifs
  • Drinks Suitable with Food
  • Food and Beer Pairings
  • Food and Beer Pairing
  • Food and Spirit Pairings
  • Liqueur Pairings
  • Checkpoint 8

7 - Extending and Updating Knowledge

  • Extending and Updating Knowledge
  • Identifying Trends
  • Using Your Knowledge
  • Conducting Product Tastings and Tours
  • Providing Advice to Customers
  • Assisting Product Selection
  • Providing Input into Menus
  • Consider the Wording
  • Specific Matching Menus
  • Checkpoint 9
  • Congratulations!

Pre-requisite?

No previous knowledge or experience is required.

How long?

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Who should do this course?

These courses are for anyone who wants to learn more or wants to extend their resume by becoming more knowledgable in their company.

How will I be assessed?

Each module is broken into sections with checkpoints, interactive challenges and quiz questions throughout. You are required to go through each section and answer every question correctly to be deemed competent. If you answer any questions incorrectly, you will be given feedback on which question you answered incorrectly. You can then correct your response and continue.

Will I receive a certificate?

These are non accredited corporate-based short courses and if successful you will receive a Certificate of Completion.

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