Take a Cocktail Class at The Usual

by Steven Doyle

Ever wanted to study under a master barman? Want to start a promising career in mixology or just want to impress at the next dinner party? Now is your chance to work with one of our areas best, Brad Hensarling.

You may know Brad from one of his bars in Fort Worth like The Usual on Magnolia, or just down the street his more divier haunt, The Chat Room. Brad recently worked with chef Matt McCallister in setting up the spirits program at Campo, and was seen behind the bar at pop-up bar 828 many times.  

Brad spends his time learning about and promoting everything that is great about cocktails.

On Sunday January 29th at 2pm and 4pm Brad will be hosting the beginning of a series of cocktail classes at The Usual that will run through 2012. The first study will be titled Bartending Techniques: Classic and Modern. It is there Brad will be covering everything from the basics of stirring, shaking, and muddling to smoked cocktails, spherification, and force carbonation.

The classes will last about an hour and a half and will include cocktails and light food. The cost is $25 per person. If you or anyone you know wants to RSVP they can do that by emailing Brad at fortworthdrinks@gmail.com or by going to his website.

Class size will be limited as it is hands on, up close and very personal.

2 Comments

Filed under Classes, Cocktails, Dallas, Steven Doyle

2 responses to “Take a Cocktail Class at The Usual

  1. Shannon R.

    Where are the classes? Ft. Worth or Dallas? The link to his website isn’t working. Thanks!

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