Bar & Beverage Management

Want to be a cocktail mix-master?

Rana School of Bartending is conducting cocktail mix-master classes throughout the year! These themed classes will take you through the process of making (and drinking!) a selection of 6 classic cocktails so that you can continue the celebrations by making these cocktails at home.

Invite Friends at Home for a Cocktail-Making Session

If you want to have this session at your own venue, impress and invite some friends over then it has to be minimum group of 5 people and the liquor is to be provided by you with the same course fee.

Duration : 2 Hours (Saturday only)
Price : 2,000
Timing : 1600 hrs to 1800 hrs

Certificate Course in Bartending

Duration : 2 Months
Admission : On the basis of interview & eligibility qualification
Syllabus : Personality Development
Beverage Theory
Mixology Techniques
Responsible Service of Alcohol
Around 100 Drinks

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to

  • The History of Alcohol
  • Work as a Professional Bartender. Understand the needs of your clientele
  • Provide table service of alcohol beverages
  • Identify, meet & exceed Customer Expectations
  • Product Knowledge - Alcoholic chart, Beers, Styles Of Ale, Wine And Champagne, Styles Of Wine, Wine Glasses, Wine Serving Temperatures, Opening And Serving Wine Product Knowledge Part 2 Spirits, Spirit Production, The Tasting Wheel, Grain Distillates, Vodka, Gin, Whisk(e)y, Plant Distillates, Rum, Rum Styles, Cachaça, Tequila And Mezcal, Tequila Styles, Mezcal Production, Fruit Distillates, Brandy, Cognac, Aromatized Wines Bitters, and Liqueurs- Process of distillation
    • Station Structure
    • Glassware
    • Glassware Styles
    • Garnish Preparation
    • Bar Preparation/Keep
    • Tools of the Trade
    • Pouring â€" Free pouring
    • Cocktail Methodology
    • Build and Stir
    • Shake and Strain
    • Fine Strain, Muddling and Blending
    • Layering
    • Cocktail History
    • The Structure of the Cocktail
    • Cocktail Categories Explained
    • Bloody Mary, Pina Colada, Collins, Sours, Daiquiris, Margarita, Mai Tai, The Martini, Fruit Martinis, Cosmopolitan, Caipirinhas, Mojitos, Manhattan etc.