Register Now for USBG Testing at Tales

Once again, USBG will offer spirits professional advanced bartender testing at Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans on July 20. Find out the details below:

USBG Spirits Professional Exam (100 question written exam)
Tuesday, July 20 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Royal Sonesta Hotel, Bellegrove Suite
Successfully passing this test will qualify the candidate as a USBG Spirits Professional, ensuring employers and colleagues that they are knowledgeable and well versed in spirit categories from every corner of the world as well as sake, beer, wine, service, history of cocktails, mixology and much more.
Test Fee: The first time level 1 is taken it is FREE for USBG members only; any subsequent tests are $50 for USBG Members & $175 for Non-Members.
Please RSVP to [email protected] to reserve your seat.
USBG Advanced Bartender Exam (both written and practical exams)
Tuesday, July 20 1-5 p.m.
Royal Sonesta Hotel, Bellegrove Suite
Successfully passing BOTH of the advanced tests, written and practical, will ensure that the candidate has a working knowledge of the craft of bartending, an advanced level of product knowledge on all spirit categories as well as sake, beer, wine and cigars, that they have a strong understanding of the beverage industry overall, and they have a clear understanding of important aspects of management such as running a successful bar program. Candidates must pass a rigorous practical evaluation testing their professionalism behind the bar and proving their working knowledge of cocktails and mixology. The candidate may add the acronym AB after their name signifying he or she is a USBG Advanced Bartender and will be pinned as such.
Test Fee: $100 for USBG Members & $300 for Non-Members
Please RSVP to [email protected] to reserve your seat.


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