Why Bartending in Chamberlain?

Brooklyn Bartending School of Chamberlain helps people become a bartender and find a fulfilling job. Our best graduates are working at the Silver Dollar Bar, The Smoking Mule, Main St Cafe & Market, Charlys Restaurant & Lounge, Upper Crust Pizza & Wings and many other local venues. BBS is ready to teach 1-on-1 and customized lessons to all ages (above 18 by South Dakota state law).

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    Precisely What You Will Learn at South Dakota Bartending School

    Training on Industry Terminology

    Familiarity with Glassware

    Attaining Precision within the Free Pouring Process

    Techniques for Preparation Of Cocktails

    Understanding Bar Tools, Equipment, & Layout



    Training in Cash & Payment Handling

    Etiquette and Protocol for Maximum Tips

    Expertise in Liquors and also Liqueurs

    Interview Success Techniques That Work

    You’re All Ready to Kick Off School Next Week!

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    You Can Begin School In A Few Days!

    All tools and educational materials, which includes bartending tools, workbooks, and beverages, will be given by us.


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

    Chamberlain BBS Pricing:

    Online Course

    from $79

    Group Classes

    from $299

    In-Person Lessons

    from $399

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      South Dakota Bartending Certification

      Age Regulations of South Dakota

      Individuals in South Dakota can sell or serve alcohol between the ages of 18 and 20, provided that the sale constitutes less than 50% of the business's revenue, there is a 21-year-old employee on the premises, or they have been certified by a nationally recognized alcohol management program. At the age of 21, there are no restrictions on selling or serving alcohol in South Dakota.

      South Dakota Bartending Certification Program

      South Dakota Bartending Certification

      Local South Dakota Authority Contacts

      The South Dakota Department of Revenue Telephone: (605) 773-3311 Website: http://www.state.sd.us/drr2/revenue.html

      Bartending Laws and Regulations in South Dakota

      Individuals with a felony conviction can work as bartenders in South Dakota; however, they are prohibited from owning an alcohol license under state law.

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

      Chamberlain bartending school supports our graduates' career goals by offering effective Job Assistance and Internship programs. You will have job opportunities fall into your lap.

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      Chamberlain Bartending School Facts


      Highest one time tip for Chamberlain students


      of Chamberlain Students said BBS exceeded expectations

      11 days

      Average number of days until getting a bartending job offer


      Chamberlain certification exam success rate

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      Learning Options In Chamberlain SD

      One Week Long Bartending Class

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

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      Two Week Long Bartending and Mixology Program

      Two-week long bartending course has limited openings starts on July 23, 2024

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      Key Information About Brooklyn Bartending School

      334 Years

      Combined experience of Chamberlain teachers


      First Bartending Lesson in Chamberlain

      67.2% Women

      of all BBS students in Chamberlain

      77 Years

      Oldest student yet in Chamberlain

      23.8 Hours

      Avg. number of hands-on training hours/student

      Learn The Most Popular Cocktails In South Dakota

      In South Dakota, the cocktail scene reflects the state's prairie heritage and agricultural richness. The Buffalo Berry Bliss is a local favorite, featuring South Dakota-distilled vodka, muddled buffalo berries, and a splash of honey harvested from the state's bee farms, creating a flavorful and regional libation. Another popular choice is the Black Hills Bramble, incorporating local gin, black raspberry liqueur, and a touch of South Dakota honey, capturing the essence of the state's natural beauty.

      South Dakota's drinking culture often embraces locally sourced spirits, such as corn or barley-based whiskey. The Dakota Sunrise exemplifies this, blending local bourbon with a splash of freshly squeezed orange juice and a hint of locally produced maple syrup.

      Garnishes like a sprig of wild prairie grass or a slice of chokecherry enhance the visual and aromatic experience. Glassware often reflects the state's rustic charm, with options like locally crafted ceramic mugs or sturdy tumblers. Liquor laws in South Dakota may influence the availability of spirits, and cities like Sioux Falls and Rapid City contribute to a laid-back drinking culture, with bars often incorporating regional flavors into their cocktail menus. Overall, South Dakota's cocktail offerings capture the essence of the Great Plains and the Black Hills in every sip.

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