With the world pandemic still enforcing socially distant gatherings, people have figured out a way to combat that.
Virtual events have become more and more popular, allowing bartenders to compete in competitions, learn, and hang out over a simple Zoom call.
Everything these days is accessible with a click of a button. It only makes sense for bartenders to experience things they are currently missing in the comfort of their own homes.
If you need something different and a little excitement in your life, check out one of these four virtual events.
Death & Co. offers four different interactive seminars to help develop home bartending skills and improve bartending knowledge. Conducted over Zoom, each purchase can be used in four households, allowing the consumer to learn alongside their friends and family. The courses offered include: Cocktail Making 101, Cocktail Development, Advanced Techniques, and Spirits Focused.
CityOfCocktail offers virtual mixology classes that are conducted via Zoom. They will send prepared care packages, depending on the chosen program, allowing the consumer to follow along with the cocktail making. They are group workshops, and individuals can share how their cocktails came out at the end.
Every Wednesday, Laylow offers virtual classes at 7 p.m. Typically, they’re 100+ attendees, and the event is open for the public. They also offer private virtual cocktail classes that last 60-75 minutes, where you can learn four new cocktails and become a perfect at-home bartender. The last virtual event offered is Cocktails with the Company. This event is great for companies who want to host remote team-building events.
Team Bonding offers five virtual happy hour and mixology courses: The Classic, Cocktails & Dreams with Flair, Cocktails for a Cause, Cocktail Connections, and Cocktails, and Cameo. Each participant will be shipped a cocktail kit that includes the premium ingredients needed to recreate the top-notch cocktails or mocktails. This virtual happy hour event blends in tips, tricks, and trivia.