Kettle Island KY Bartending School

Find out How to Master Bartending in a Week-Long Class

  • Local Bartending School inKettle Island, Kentucky
  • Successfully operating since 2011
  • 512 certified master bartender instructors
  • 936 LBS students for the last 3 months

Kettle Island Bartending School will Teach you:

  • Over 200 basic and fancy drink recipes
  • Prepare multiple drinks quickly and easily
  • How to cut fruit and decorate tropical and specialty cocktails
  • How to set up a bar workstation
  • How to use all of a bartender’s tools
  • How to increase sales and tips
  • The best ways to detect when to stop serving a customer
  • How to understand wine service, and tasting

Learning options:

    • Online education
    • Flair bartending to become master bartender
    • Staff training for Bar owners and managers
    • Most popular: in-person lessons (you chose the schedule and location)
    • Classes – check availability and schedule with the local representative

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KETTLE ISLAND, KENTUCKY
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Local Bartending School of Kettle Island Kentucky welcomes you! Kentucky (US: /kənˈtʌki/ (listen) kən-TUK-ee, UK: /kɛn-/ ken-),[5] officially the Commonwealth of Kentucky,[b] is a state in the Southeastern region of the United States and one of the states of the Upper South It borders Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio to the north; West Virginia and Virginia to the east; Tennessee to the south; and Missouri to the west Its northern border is defined by the Ohio River LBS has 936 of graduates working in the state of Kentucky.

Number of LBS students working in KENTUCKY Bars: 1208

Average Friday night tips for LBS alumnus in KENTUCKY : $250

Starting is Easy:

    • Equipment: All equipment and learning materials will be provided. This includes a workbook, bartending tools, and drinks.
    • Location: We can come to your home or teach at one of our multiple locations in Kettle Island.

Kentucky Age Requirements:

    • Legal Learning Ages: 18 through 98 (Under 21 is permitted in Kentucky)
    • Course Availability: Bartending 101, 201, and 301 Courses.

What you will Learn:

    • The Ultimate Bartending Program includes a comprehensive workbook (takes you from beginner to advanced concepts)

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Best bars in Kettle Island, Kentucky

The Butchers Pub - Pineville
112 Kentucky Ave, Pineville, KY 40977, United States
Ratings : 4.4
Engle's Drive-In
235 Riverview Rd, Pineville, KY 40977, United States
Ratings : 4.6
La Esperanza
122 Kentucky Ave, Pineville, KY 40977, United States
Ratings : 4.5
Ruckels Restaurant, Pay Lake and Catering Too and Now Cabins
192 KY-70, Eubank, KY 42567, United States
Ratings : 4.4
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
1049 N 12th St, Middlesboro, KY 40965, United States
Ratings : 4.2

School Details :

Next bartending class in the center of Kettle Island is starting Monday April 22
In-personal bartending lessons are available 7 days a week, LBS students can choose the schedule!

Bartending School of Kettle Island helps highly motivated students achieve their dreams. Our Bartending School is passionate about our desire to teach 1-on-1 lessons to all ages(above 18 by Kentucky state law). LBS can help you earn lots of money being a bartender!

Kettle Island, Kentucky Bartending School

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