"Bartender, it's cold outside!" - How to make classic cocktails to fight off the Winter chill" Livestream Mixology Class w/ Adam "Boots" Brogan @ 5:30pm (PST)

LivestreamSan Francisco, CA


The ultimate guide on how to make spirit-based cocktails at home to fight the Winter chill! Learn how to make classic cocktails that bartenders use as their go-to recipes during the cold months. Adam "Boots" Brogan will teach you the whats, hows, & whys of making a perfectly balanced spirit-forward cocktail exactly how the "pros" do it. It's ridiculously easy and Boots will walk you through every step listed in the "menu" below. All you need is Bourbon, Amaro Montenegro & Angostura Bitters! Okay, maybe some honey & maple syrup too but sugar will also work if you don't have these on hand. 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: YouTube: Now: General Manager @ Louie's Bar in SF (

Menu detail

Winter Cocktail Class
I will teach you how to mix spirit-forward cocktails using only Bourbon, Amaro Montenegro & Angostura Bitters. Maple syrup & honey are also recommended but sugar will work just as well if you don't have them. Spirit-forward cocktails are any cocktails that only use booze and no citrus. Think of Old Fashioneds, Negronis, Boulevardiers, Martinis, etc. You will learn how to make 3 classic cocktails as well as how to batch cocktails for hosting at home. You will also be provided with a recipe card for other spirit-forward cocktails to mix up at home on your own time. - How to stir cocktails at home with whatever you have available in their kitchen (Pint glasses, Pitchers, Mason Jar, Chopsticks, Knives, Spatulas, Whatever!) - Why you NEVER shake a Manhattan or a Martini - How to properly garnish (fruit strips, twists, zests) - How to batch cocktails to entertain & serve at home for guests


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