Cocktail Classes at The Loaded Cannon Distillery are the perfect gift or group activity. Learn cocktail history and fundamentals while sipping on the subject matter.
Public Cocktail Classes are available the last Monday, every other month, or more depending on demand. They start promptly at 6:30pm. Public classes are 2 hours long, interactive, hands-on and must have at least 10 people. (15 max) They’re a great way to spend an evening making friends while gaining some new skills and knowledge. The cost of the event is a bottle purchase of your choice plus set up fee. You may bring your mixer of choice, however one will be provided for you. Check out our upcoming classes and reserve your spot now!
Bookable Public Cocktail Classes
If you can’t make one of our currently available public classes, email email@example.com to be put on our waiting list and you’ll have first priority for booking a spot in the next class.
Private Cocktail Classes range from 10-15 guests*, can be booked on the last Tuesday of the month. Classes start promptly at 6:30pm are 1.5 hours long, interactive and hands-on. They’re a great way to spend an evening with friends while gaining some new skills and knowledge. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for private bookings. *Must have required amount of people to have private class. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Offsite Classes . Want to learn how to make cocktails in your office? At your home? Bachelorette party? Whatever the occasion, we offer a mobile version of our hands-on learning experience! We cater the classes to your space and needs. Their will be a minimum bottle purchase required plus a Host fee.
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Our 3-hour experience offers a hands-on introduction to fermentation, distillation, and barrel-aging of a small-batch whiskey. The class will taste and evaluate different grain whiskeys and learn to blend. Barrel testing and tasting included. . Attendees will learn every aspect of production as well as understand how various factors, such as grain choice, enzyme and yeast usage, distillation technique, and barrel aging affect the final whiskey product. You’ll get a chance to blend your own whiskey. Light meal, whiskey note book and shot glass provided. Special arrangements can be made to fill your own barrel or have a personalized bottle. Cost extra.
Cost: $200 per person, MUST have 4 people per class. Max 8.