Why Bartending in Memphis?

Brooklyn Bartending School of Memphis helps people become a bartender and find a fulfilling job. Our best graduates are working at the Art Bar at Crosstown Arts, Earnestine & Hazel's, Zebra Lounge, The Cove, The Absinthe Room and many other local venues. BBS is ready to teach 1-on-1 and customized lessons to all ages (above 18 by Tennessee state law).

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    The Skill Sets Trained in Tennessee Bartending School

    Industry Terminology Class

    Glassware Knowledge

    Achieving Accuracy within the Free Pouring Procedure

    The Skill and Science of Drink Preparation

    Layout, Equipment, & Tools for Bars



    Capability to Handle Money and Payments Effectively

    Handbook to Receiving Tips

    Knowledge with Alcohol Based Drinks and Flavored Elixirs

    Job Interview Strategies

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    We will provide all required equipment and academic materials, that encompass a workbook, bartending tools, and a range of beverages.


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

    Memphis Bartending School Pricing:

    Online Course

    from $79

    Group Classes

    from $299

    In-Person Lessons

    from $399

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      Tennessee Bartending Certification

      Age Regulations of Tennessee

      The minimum age to sell and serve alcohol in Tennessee is 18; however, individuals under 18 are prohibited from dispensing, serving, or selling alcoholic or malt beverages in licensed establishments under the provisions of T.C.A. 57-4-101.

      Tennessee Bartending Certification Program

      Tennessee Bartending Certification/Server Permit

      Local Tennessee Authority Contacts

      The Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission Telephone: (615) 741-1602 Website: https://www.tn.gov/abc.html

      Bartending Laws and Regulations in Tennessee

      Tennessee's Happy Hour Laws, effective after 10:00 p.m., prohibit practices such as serving multiple drinks to one person, selling drinks below regular prices, and increasing alcohol volume without adjusting prices. Additional restrictions include offering free drinks, providing unlimited drinks for a fixed price if costs exceed that price, and awarding alcohol as prizes in games or contests.

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

      Memphis bartending school supports students' career goals with comprehensive Job Assistance and Internship programs. You will have job opportunities begin to fall into your lap.

      Jobs Placement Program

      Memphis Bartending School Facts


      Highest one time tip for Memphis students


      of Memphis Students said BBS exceeded expectations

      12 days

      Average number of days until getting a bartending job offer


      Memphis certification exam success rate

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      Learning Options In Memphis TN

      One Week Long Bartending Program

      One week bartending class starts on June 8, 2024

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      Two Week Long Bartending Program

      Two-week bartending course has a registration deadline and starts on June 4, 2024

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      Key Information About Brooklyn Bartending School

      275 Years

      Combined experience of Memphis teachers


      First Bartending Lesson in Memphis

      56.1% Women

      of all BBS students in Memphis

      62 Years

      Oldest student yet in Memphis

      24.5 Hours

      Avg. number of hands-on training hours/student

      Learn The Most Popular Cocktails In Tennessee

      In the heart of Tennessee, where the melodies of country tunes fill the air, the Nashville Sour is a beloved libation. Crafted with local Tennessee whiskey, a splash of sour mix, and a touch of maple syrup, this cocktail pays homage to the state's rich musical heritage. Another local favorite is the Smoky Mountain Sipper, blending local moonshine with sweet tea and a hint of peach schnapps, creating a refreshing sip that echoes the state's scenic landscapes. Garnishes like a sprig of fresh mint or a slice of Tennessee-grown peach add a touch of local flair to the sensory experience, while classic mason jars or engraved whiskey glasses reflect Tennessee's down-home charm.

      Tennessee's drinking culture, deeply rooted in honky-tonk bars and the camaraderie of whiskey tastings, is evident in cocktails like the Volunteer Vieux Carré, featuring local bourbon, Tennessee whiskey, and a splash of absinthe. Liquor laws, influenced by the state's history of bootlegging and evolving trends, shape the accessibility of spirits across cities like Nashville and Memphis.

      Historically, Tennessee's connection to moonshining traditions and the birthplace of rock and roll in Memphis have left an indelible mark on its drinking culture. Today, the libations served are a testament to the state's creativity, musical legacy, and a spirited celebration of its diverse landscapes. Each sip of a Tennessee cocktail is an invitation to tap your boots and enjoy the warmth of Southern hospitality.

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