Deal of the Day: Online Bartending College

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Here's a little secret: once upon a time, Clean Plate Charlie went to bartending school and had a blast. 

Bartending school is not only for people looking to become professional mixologists -  it's for anyone who likes a good cocktail and wants to gain some mad skills at the bar.

If you've always wondered how to make a perfect Cosmopolitan or Mojito, Bartending College's online course allows you to learn the tips and techniques of professionals, by watching hours of professionally produced videos.

This course teaches you over 100 drink recipes and also has a community

bulletin board where you can chat with other budding drink masters.

You'll even get a completion certificate, suitable for framing, so you can tell grandma you finally went to college.

Next time you have friends over, impress them with a perfect Manhattan instead of yet another rum and Coke. Our Deal of the Day

allows you to take this online course for only $25 instead of the

regular $75. Bottle juggling, though fun, is something you'll have to

learn on your own.

Follow Clean Plate Charlie Facebook on Twitter: @CleanPlateBPB.

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