Why Bartending in Cape Neddick?

Brooklyn Bartending School of Cape Neddick helps people become a bartender and find a fulfilling job. Our best graduates are working at the and many other local venues. BBS is ready to teach 1-on-1 and customized lessons to all ages (above 18 by Maine state law).

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    Uncover What's on the Curriculum at Maine Bartending School

    Terminology Used In The Industry

    The Power to Handle Glassware

    Accuracy in Free Pouring

    Step-by Step Preparing Cocktails

    The Layout, Equipment, and Tools of the Bar



    Liquor and Liqueur Training

    Training in Beers, Wines, as well as Champagne

    Skill in Money & Payment Handling

    Interview Success Strategies That Work

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    As a part of your package, we are going to supply all required bartending equipment, a workbook, as well as a selection of beverages.


    We can come to your home or teach at one of our multiple locations in Maine.

    Cape Neddick Bartending School Pricing:

    Online Course

    from $79

    Group Classes

    from $299

    In-Person Lessons

    from $399

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      Maine Bartending Certification

      Age Regulations of Maine

      The minimum age to sell and serve alcohol in Maine is 17 with supervisor 21 or older.

      Maine Bartending Certification Program

      Maine Bartending Certification

      Local Maine Authority Contacts

      The Maine Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages Telephone: (207) 287-3721 Website: http://www.maine.gov/dafs/bablo/index.shtml

      Bartending Laws and Regulations in Maine

      Maine Happy Hour Regulations: State law prohibits the promotion of alcohol in various ways, including: Offering complimentary drinks to customers. Serving more than two spirits-containing drinks to a single customer at once. Providing a carafe of wine exceeding one liter to a single customer at a time. Dispensing more than one liter of malt liquor to a single customer at a time. Selling an unlimited number of drinks for a fixed price (except for private functions not open to the public). Allowing games or contests that involve drinking or award drinks as prizes.

      Earn $300 per night as a Bartender Part-Time or Full Time

      Cape Neddick bartending school goes the extra mile to support students' career goals by offering effective Job Assistance and Internship programs. You will have job opportunities in Maine begin to fall into your lap.

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      Cape Neddick Bartending School Facts


      Highest one time tip for Cape Neddick students


      of Cape Neddick Students said BBS exceeded expectations

      10 days

      Average number of days until getting a bartending job offer


      Cape Neddick certification exam success rate

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      Learning Options In Cape Neddick ME

      One Week Long Bartending Course

      One week long bartending class registration deadline is July 27, 2024

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      Two Week Bartending Course

      Two-week bartending course has a registration deadline and starts on July 23, 2024

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      Key Information About Brooklyn Bartending School

      274 Years

      Combined experience of Cape Neddick teachers


      First Bartending Lesson in Cape Neddick

      65.7% Women

      of all BBS students in Cape Neddick

      58 Years

      Oldest student yet in Cape Neddick

      23.2 Hours

      Avg. number of hands-on training hours/student

      Learn The Most Popular Cocktails In Maine

      In the heart of Maine, where rugged coasts meet pine-scented forests, the Pine Tree Paloma stands as a beloved libation. Crafted with local Maine vodka, a splash of blueberry-infused soda, and a hint of fresh lime, this cocktail pays homage to the state's wild blueberry fields. Another local favorite is the Lobster Cove Collins, blending local gin with a squeeze of Maine-grown lemons and a touch of elderflower liqueur, creating a refreshing sip that mirrors the state's coastal charm. Garnishes like a sprig of fragrant spruce or a slice of ripe wild blueberries add a touch of local flair to the sensory experience, while classic highball glasses or engraved tumblers reflect Maine's blend of coastal ruggedness and woodland elegance.

      Maine's drinking culture, deeply connected to seaside clam bakes and the camaraderie of waterfront pubs, is evident in cocktails like the Sea Breeze Sipper, featuring local rum, cranberry juice, and a splash of soda. Liquor laws, influenced by the state's historical ties to shipbuilding and evolving trends, shape the accessibility of spirits across cities like Portland and Bar Harbor.

      Historically, Maine's maritime heritage and its association with the shipbuilding industry have left an indelible mark on its drinking culture. Today, the libations served are a testament to the state's love for the sea, wilderness, and a spirited celebration of its natural beauty. Each sip of a Maine cocktail is an invitation to enjoy the flavors of the Pine Tree State and embrace the maritime spirit that defines its drinking culture.

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