Why Bartending in Lincoln?

Brooklyn Bartending School of Lincoln helps people become a bartender and find a fulfilling job. Our best graduates are working at the The Stillery, Courtyard Oyster Bar & Grill Lincoln, Dee Ford's West, Broiler Room Restaurant, Half Time Sports Grill and many other local venues. BBS is ready to teach 1-on-1 and customized lessons to all ages (above 18 by Alabama state law).

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    Learn Exactly What is Waiting for You at Alabama Bartending School

    Responsible Alcohol Services

    Opening and Closing Bars

    Keeping a Spotless Bar

    Customer Service That Actually Works

    Training on Bar Tools, Equipment, & Layout



    Preparing & Organizing Private Functions

    Interview Success Strategies

    Beverage Recipes for Every Special Occasion

    Artistic Cocktail Garnishing

    You Can Begin School Next Week!

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    We'll give all necessary equipment and educational materials, that include a workbook, bartending equipment, along with a range of beverages.


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

    Lincoln Bartending School Pricing:

    Online Course

    from $79

    Group Classes

    from $299

    In-Person Lessons

    from $399

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      Alabama Bartending Certification

      Age Regulations of Alabama

      In Alabama, bartenders must be at least 21 years old without licensing, while individuals aged 19 and 20 can serve if trained by a certified employee under the state's Responsible Vendor Program.

      Alabama Bartending Certification Program

      Alabama Responsible Vendor Program/Bartending Certification

      Local Alabama Authority Contacts

      Alabama ABC Board https://alabcboard.gov/licensing-compliance/responsible-vendor-program Phone: (334) 213-6300

      Bartending Laws and Regulations in Alabama

      Alamaba's Wet/Dry Map for cities and counties - https://alabcboard.gov/licensing-compliance/wet-cities

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

      Lincoln bartending school supports graduates' career goals by offering effective Job Assistance and Internship programs. You get connected to the best jobs without much effort.

      Internship Programs

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      13 days

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      Learning Options In Lincoln AL

      One Week Bartending Class

      One week long bartending class starts on July 30, 2024

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      Two Week Bartending Course

      Two-week bartending course has limited openings is starting on July 26, 2024

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      Key Information About Brooklyn Bartending School

      323 Years

      Combined experience of Lincoln teachers


      First Bartending Lesson in Lincoln

      65.1% Women

      of all BBS students in Lincoln

      73 Years

      Oldest student yet in Lincoln

      26.6 Hours

      Avg. number of hands-on training hours/student

      Learn The Most Popular Cocktails In Alabama

      In the heart of Alabama, where sweet tea flows like the rivers, the Southern Belle Sipper is a cherished libation. Crafted with local Alabama whiskey, a hint of peach nectar, and a splash of sweet tea, this cocktail pays homage to the state's love for hospitality. Another local delight is the Crimson Crush, blending local vodka with cranberry juice and a squeeze of Alabama-grown citrus, creating a refreshing sip reminiscent of the state's vibrant landscapes. Garnishes like a sprig of mint or a slice of juicy watermelon add a touch of local flair to the sensory experience, while classic mason jars or engraved tumblers reflect Alabama's easygoing charm.

      Alabama's drinking culture, deeply tied to tailgates and the joy of porch swings, is evident in cocktails like the Roll Tide Rickey, featuring local gin, lime juice, and a splash of club soda. Liquor laws, shaped by the state's historical ties to temperance and evolving trends, influence the accessibility of spirits across cities like Birmingham and Mobile.

      Historically, Alabama's connection to the prohibition era and the birth of the Alabama Slammer have left an indelible mark on its drinking culture. Today, the libations served are a testament to the state's warmth, tradition, and a spirited celebration of its rich Southern heritage. Each sip of an Alabama cocktail is an invitation to savor the flavors of the Deep South and embrace the hospitality of the Heart of Dixie.

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