Bartending School in Denver Is Proud To Offer Flair Classes —
Trained Professionals Teach Students How To Impress Customers And Earn Huge Tips
People in the Denver, Colorado area interested in mastering the art of Flair Bartending now have a place to learn thanks to Ron Skaggs, the owner of Bartending and Casino College in Denver. Courses at the school are designed to provide hands-on training while being taught by experienced and professional instructors. The flair bartending classes offered focus on moves that can be channeled into patterns and sequences to entertain guests and receive better tips.
"While flair bartending is not mandatory to get a job, it does make those who can do it well stand out of a crowd by identifying them as trained and talented bartenders", said Ron. "When considering a career in the hospitality industry as a bartender, remember that while flair bartending is not obligatory, it will always be an asset that can help anyone gain more recognition and thus more cash."
Flair bartending refers to a specific and impressive display of showmanship that helps the customers enjoy having their drinks made for them in addition to drinking them afterwards. This includes the actions of flipping, spinning, and catching bottles as well as manipulating other bar tools, all while making a drink. The accurately titled ‘flair’ in this particular style of bartending might not make the drink taste any differently if prepared any other way, but flair bartending is generally used as a way to put on a show; to impress customers enough that they leave a generous tip behind.
“Although self-taught bartenders are not uncommon, it is always a safe bet to assume that the most lucrative bars with the highest earning bartenders do have professional training of some kind from a bartending college,” said Ron. “In much the same way, becoming skilled in flair bartending can theoretically be a self-taught one, but it will always be helpful to gain knowledge via a bartending college like ours along the way.”
There has been a noticeable rise in the use of flair bartending around the world in recent years, with more bartenders increasingly trying complex tricks with more intricate details and objects. Ron Skagg started the Bartending and Casino College in Denver to provide professional hands-on training that gives graduates the skills and experience needed to be the best, whether in regular bartending or flair bartending. This includes a leading education in a state-of-the-art facility in Denver that also works to connect graduates with employment opportunities around the world via a job placement program.
Bartending classes from the downtown Denver campus are flexible, affordable, and run either weekly or monthly. Enrollment can cost as little as $189.00.
Name: Ron Skaggs
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Organization: Bartending and Casino College
Address: 1355 South Colorado Blvd Building-C Suite-80 Denver, Colorado 80222
Phone: (800) Bar-Tend
Release ID: 91586