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"Bartender's Best Kept Secret - How to make a dozen drinks with ONE recipe!" Livestream Mixology Class w/ Adam "Boots" Brogan @ 5:00pm (PDT)

Livestream San Francisco, CA

$10.00

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Livestream
Replay Available
The ultimate guide on how to make craft citrus-based cocktails at home! Did you know that Margaritas, Daiquiris, Gimlets, Whiskey Sours, Lemon Drops, Sidecars, Tom Collins, and more are all made from the same recipe? Using only 3 ingredients, Adam "Boots" Brogan will teach you the whats, hows, & whys of making a perfectly balanced citrus-based cocktail exactly how the "pros" do it. It's ridiculously easy and Boots will walk you through every step listed in the "menu" below. ChefsFeed Experiences classes are a chance to virtually connect with chefs and bartenders, learn simple cooking tricks and tips, and most importantly, support the bar/restaurant community through this difficult time. Prior to your class, you will receive an email with a private link to join the livestream on YouTube during the specified day and time. Your host will message it to you so be on the lookout! --- Beverage Expert: Adam "Boots" Brogan One of San Francisco's top: Bartender / Beverage Director / Mixologist Instagram: @bootsybrogan Website: www.bootsybrogan.com YouTube: www.youtube.com/bootsyguide Now: General Manager @ Louie's Bar in SF (www.pourguys.com)

Menu detail

My "At Home" Best Kept Secrets
Beverage
I will teach you how to use one recipe to make over a dozen drinks! - The Golden Ratio of 2:1:1 cocktails (Margarita, Sours, Daiquiri, Gimlet, Sidecar, etc.). Why this rule applies to almost all citrus-forward drinks. - Explain what citruses are interchangeable as well as what sweet syrups are interchangeable. - How to make your own syrup at home with simple 1:1 recipe. - At-home recipe printout to follow along for you to make whatever drink you can with whatever liquor & citrus that you have available - How to shake cocktails at home with whatever you have available in their kitchen (Boston shakers, cobbler shakers, a pitcher & spoon, a protein shaker bottle, a mason jar, whatever!) - How to properly strain using whatever you have available at home. - How to properly garnish (fruit strips, twists, and how to rim a glass with salt or sugar) - How to use this same recipe/ratio to create pitcher cocktails to entertain & serve at home for guests

Add-ons

Tip your bartender
$2.00
Buy your bartender a drink
$10.00
Feed your bartender
$20.00
Pay off your bartender's student debt
$3000.00