Certificate Program Classes at the Institute of Culinary Education
ICE’s New Beverage Studies Program
ICE has developed a unique program designed to explore the beverage and bar sector in the restaurant and hospitality industry. The three courses cover spirits, mixology, wine, business and management in the beverage arena. Each course has 16 lessons, and the courses may be taken in any order. Depending on your background and interests, you may want to take one, two or all three.
Fundamentals & Service of Wine, led by Anthony Giglio, and Beverage Program Management, led by Eamon Rockey, are scheduled to start in the afternoon on Feb. 18. The third course will debut in the spring.
The program is designed for everyone, from current hospitality professionals to newcomers in the field, including bartenders, sommeliers, servers or cooks who are interested in wine, the beverage sector, beverage management or broadened exposure. In all the courses, a range of experts – wine directors, spirits professionals, restaurant managers and more – will periodically be in class as guest lecturers. Students will receive a certificate of completion for each course taken.
Eamon Rockey was the general manager and beverage director of Betony, which Esquire Magazine named the Best New Restaurant in 2013. Anthony Giglio is a sommelier, author and educator whose work has appeared in Food & Wine, Departures, New York Magazine, Esquire, Details and more.
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