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New Jersey Bartender’s License
Acquiring one is not that difficult. Local Bartending Schools (LBS) can help you on becoming a licensed bartender and work in famous bars in NJ. We have professionals to teach you the art of bartending. The local government allows a person that is 18 years old and up to serve alcoholic beverages and work on one of the bars on New Jersey. During training, we will provide the equipment and materials needed.
What’s in it for me?
During the course of the training, you will:
- Know your customers.
- Learn from Basic up to advanced bartending skills.
- Be a master at wine service, tasting, and differentiate types of wines. There are over 200 mixed drinks to learn
- Learn to cut and garnishing tropical and specialty cocktails.
- Identify and master wines, liquors, beers, and much more.
- Know your way into customer satisfaction.
- Preparing multiple drinks the faster way.
- bar work station set up and usage of a bartender’s tools
Mode of courses:
Training may be conducted in-class, in-person or online. A Mastering bartending Program with workbook will be given during training. We will provide all of the training needs such as bartending tools and drinks. A certification exam will also be given and it will only take 30 mintes to finish.
Train with us!
- Our training cost starts at $47.50 (hourly, in-home), $229 (bartending basics) and up per student
- Training will be conducted at your own home or at one of our locations within New Jersey.Please contact Local Bartending School at 877-447-4745
New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control(ABC)
The main function of Division of ABC is to regulate the sale of alcoholic beverages and the conduct of licensees through the issuance of licenses. If you have more questions, you may visit the web page: http://www.nj.gov/oag/abc/faqs.html