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January 21 Bar Chef Seminar

3 Hour Bar Chef Seminar, $75, Monday Evening, 7pm-10pm, 608 9 Street SW, Calgary

CAD $75.00

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Yes, Add A 6 Piece Mixing Set Today For $10 Off

Take your tools home! 6 piece set includes: Stainless Boston Cocktail Shaker, Hawthorn Strainer, Wood Muddler, Mixing Glass, Pour Spout, and a Shot Glass. Great for mixing and practicing at home. $35 online today. $45 if purchased at the school.

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Fresh ingredients, and unexpected flavour combinations is the theme of the Bar Chef Seminar.

Fresh Margarita's made from whatever is in season.

Ceasar's made with unexpected combinations; Bourbon, BBQ Sauce, and Franks Red Hot, with a Steak Spice Rim. Or, local Gin with Cucumber, Fresh Horseradish, and a fresh cracked Salt & Pepper rim.

Mojito's with Lychee fruit and fresh Mint.

Creating exciting new cocktails with fresh ingredients and high end mixology techniques is becoming more common and in demand at bars and restaurants.

Dont miss this fantastic hands-on seminar.

Held on Monday nights, aprox once a month.

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What Our Students Have To Say

The most interesting part about this course was discovering how combinations of ingredients came together: thyme and cassis, gin and cucumber etc… It opened my eyes to see the infinite possibilities and also how people from different cultures and backgrounds can come up with different ideas and also appreciate each other’s drinks. – Jamie K