Cocktail 101: Drexel Opens Mixology Class To The Public

If you're interested in making cocktails, you can sign up for this class.


For those baffled by the art of cocktail making, Drexel is opening a limited number of seats in their new class “Spirits and Mixology” to the general public. The class will explore the history and processes of major spirits, as well as cocktail-making, from basic to innovative. Lesson number one? No one who knows better ever calls it “mixology” anymore.

But what’s even better? Keith Raimondi (head bartender at Townsend, the blurry guy in the above picture, and a man who knows a thing or two about cocktails), will be the professor. The class is a 10-week course that will take place every Tuesday from 6 to 9 pm (right after happy hour!) beginning March 30th.

If you’re interested in taking the class, you can contact Drexel University for more information.

Drexel’s New Mixology and Spirits Class is Open to the Public, Taught by Townsend’s Keith Raimondi [Official]