Bartending Classes Are Fun
July 1, 2020
Bartending is a fun art. The proper way to learn to bartend is by following a bartending course and learning with professional bar chefs.
How Much Should You Tip Your Bartender?
January 28, 2020
Tipping culture is similar in Montreal to elsewhere in Canada and the United States. While not required, it is generally expected, and failure to tip is often considered rude and/or poor treatment of hospitality staff. While actual rates/amounts vary depending on specifics – quality of service, type of environment, etc – a good baseline is 15-20% of your total bill.
Master’s Guide Cocktails and Shooters – Mai-Tai
August 28, 2019
- 1 1/2 oz lemon juice
- 1/2 oz orgeat or almond syrup
- 1/2 oz DeKuyper Triple Sec
- 1 oz Cruzan Light Rum
- 1 oz Cruzan Dark Rum
Master’s Guide Cocktails and Shooters – Old Fashioned
August 27, 2019
- 1 Slice of lemon
- 1 Slice of orange
- 1 tsp sugar
- 2 drops bitters
- 1 1/4 oz Canadian Club Blended Canadian Whiskey
- Club soda
Master’s Guide Cocktails and Shooters – Margarita
August 27, 2019
- 1 1/4 oz Lemon juice
- 1/2 oz DeKuyper TripleSec
- 1 1/4 oz Sauza tequila
April 27, 2019
A 30-hour bartending course opens the door to many job opportunities. The methods used in class mimic that of the professional hospitality industry and taking the course is equivalent to do a six-month internship at Club Med.
What Is Necessary To Take The Course
April 24, 2019
The wonderful thing about taking a bartending course is that anyone can join. There is no pre-requisite, you just need to be 18 or older since real alcohol is used and can be tasted. 18 is also (l’âge légal) to work in bars and restaurants that serve alcohol in Montreal.
April 19, 2019
Being a bartender can be a very good job with a great income. You can earn an average of $49,000 per year. A bartender may be promoted or take other jobs in a restaurant with higher salaries. A Sommelier is someone who helps pair wine with food; and can make anywhere from $29,000 to $80,000.
Why Go To A Bartending School?
April 11, 2019
It is not required for a bartender to be licensed, but many restaurants require completion of classes to avoid liabilities. It is important for the bartender to have knowledge of alcohol and its effects. Bartenders need to know how to serve alcohol responsibly.
Why Go To An Older More Established Bartending School?
April 09, 2019
The more established bartending schools have the highest degree of teaching methods, more experienced instructors and the graduates are more recognized in the industry. They offer the most top quality and comprehensive training courses.
Types of Bartending Jobs
February 21, 2017
Bartending is a wide spread field with many job options available. If you are interested in becoming a professional bartender but where not sure of your income possibilities or what type of bartending jobs are out there; read on...
Should We Tip Bartenders?
February 04, 2017
The concept of tipping is very controversial. In fact, Shake Shack founder and restauranteur, Danny Meyer, made waves when he famously decided to end tipping in his restaurants.
How much does a bartender make?
February 03, 2017
The yearly salary for a bartender is roughly $30,000 annually. However, a bartender takes in much more thanks to their tips, which are normally undocumented and frequently fluctuate.
Read What Our Former Students Have To Say
February 02, 2017
The Master School of Bartending-MSB, Bartenders.ca was founded in 1981, we are proud to be the Premiere Hospitality training school. We can get you certified in the following...
What do you need to find the best Bartending job?
January 30, 2017
Bartending is a unique job the requires skill and personality to be successful. This is a job you simply cannot “fake it, til you make it”. It is imperative that you know you drinks and you know bar etiquette.
How should you dress to get the best Bartending job?
January 29, 2017
In the hospitality industry, there is a constant and ever evolving conversation around dress code. It is a common misconception that bar tending is a completely casual position.