Spirit Labs is an elite bartending school in London. Although there are plenty of schools in London, we are in the upper echelon. What makes a bartending school elite, you ask? Just ask our satisfied customers and former students.
Location: London is one of the world’s best playgrounds, what better place to learn your craft than here? You’ve got sophistication, diversity, and endless opportunities to express yourself creatively.
Are you thinking of becoming a bartender? Bartending school in London could be the key to finding that dream bartending gig. Located in one of the busiest metropolises in the world, your experience here would be like no other! There are many bartending schools to choose from and once your course is complete, you will be ready for all types of bartending positions.
Do you like interacting with people? Living and working in a big city? Have your eye on a hospitality position? Being a bartender will help you to meet loads of new people, make valuable connections as well as simply having fun. You will be qualified to work in nightclubs, pubs, and bars. Whichever suits your fancy!
‘A glass of bubbly’ or champagne is an integral part of most celebrations. But what is champagne? A London bartending academy will teach you not only what this sparkling wine is all about, but also how to make some innovative, fabulous cocktails with it.
Drink champagne in a London bartending academy
Champagne is a sparkling wine made from grapes and produced specifically in the Champagne region of France. It is not a generic name and no other bubbling; sparkling wine can be called champagne. The grapes used for the production of champagne are primarily the dark Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and the white Chardonnay. It has to be fermented twice. During the second fermentation some rock sugar and several grams of yeast are added to it and this causes the carbonation which creates the fizzing bubbles. The champagne bottle is then sealed with a crown cap and allowed to age. Subsequently the cap is carefully replaced with a cork and then the bottle is sold. This method of production is known as ‘methode champenoise’. Champagne production and sale is totally controlled by CIVC of France, keeping in mind the economic interests of the winegrowing community of the area.