Why Bartending in Pojoaque?

Brooklyn Bartending School of Pojoaque 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 New Mexico state law).

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    Find Out What is Waiting for You in New Mexico Bartending School

    Achieving Accuracy within the Free Pouring Process

    The Skill of Drink Preparation

    The Layout, Equipment, and Tools of a Bar

    Alcohol Services with Responsibility



    The Skill of Garnishing Alcoholic Beverages

    Expertise in Liquors & Liqueurs

    Classes on Beers, Wines, and Champagne

    Skill in Payment and Money Handling

    Protocol for Max Tips

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    As a part of your package, we will offer almost all essential bartending equipment, a workbook, and a range of beverages.


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

    Pojoaque BBS Pricing:

    Online Course

    from $79

    Group Classes

    from $299

    In-Person Lessons

    from $399

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      New Mexico Bartending Certification

      Age Regulations of New Mexico

      In New Mexico, individuals must be at least 21 years old to sell or serve alcohol in package stores, bars, or lounges. However, those aged 18 can work in a restaurant environment, excluding roles as bartenders or cocktail servers. A restaurant, in this context, is an establishment primarily focused on selling food rather than alcohol consumption.

      New Mexico Bartending Certification Program

      NM Bartending Certification/Alcohol Server Permit

      Local New Mexico Authority Contacts

      The New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division Telephone: (505) 476-4875 Website: http://www.rld.state.nm.us/alcoholandgaming/Server_Permits.aspx

      Bartending Laws and Regulations in New Mexico

      New Mexico Happy Hour Guidelines aim to curb excessive alcohol consumption. Prohibited practices include selling "two for the price of one" drinks, offering "all you can drink" deals for a fixed price, providing reduced-price drinks with a fixed "buy-in" fee, serving more than two drinks to a single customer at once, and imposing entry fees or cover charges tied to reduced drink prices.

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

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

      Jobs Placement Program

      Pojoaque Bartending School Facts


      Highest one time tip for Pojoaque students


      of Pojoaque Students said BBS exceeded expectations

      11 days

      Average number of days until getting a bartending job offer


      Pojoaque certification exam success rate

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      Learning Options In Pojoaque NM

      One Week Long Bartending Program

      One week bartending class is starting on August 4, 2024

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      Two Week Long Bartending Course

      Two-week bartending course starts on July 31, 2024

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      Information About Brooklyn Bartending School

      252 Years

      Combined experience of Pojoaque teachers


      First Bartending Lesson in Pojoaque

      56.4% Women

      of all BBS students in Pojoaque

      73 Years

      Oldest student yet in Pojoaque

      22.8 Hours

      Avg. number of hands-on training hours/student

      Learn The Most Popular Cocktails In New Mexico

      In New Mexico, our cocktail scene is influenced by the rich cultural tapestry of the region, blending traditional flavors with a modern twist.

      The Santa Fe Sunrise is a popular choice, featuring local blue corn whiskey, freshly squeezed lime juice, and a splash of house-made chili-infused syrup, embodying the state's love for bold and spicy flavors. It is taught in our Santa Fe School Another favorite at our school is the Rio Grande Mule, incorporating New Mexico vodka, ginger beer, and a dash of piñon syrup, offering a taste of the state's distinctive piñon pine nuts.

      Garnishes like a chili-salt rim or a slice of grilled lime enhance the visual and sensory experience, and the use of traditional Southwest-inspired glassware adds an authentic touch. Our Schools in Santa Fe and Albuquerque contribute to the state's cocktail diversity, with bars incorporating regional elements into their drinks.

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