A 15 week interactive tasting course through the history and geography of alcohol
Argos’ Booze School is an opportunity for enthusiasts to learn the place alcohol holds in global history and culture, providing a holistic lens with which to approach studies of society.
This course offers both broad overviews and pinpoint discussion on a myriad of spirits, touching on diverse topics such as distillation science, influence in art history, and macroeconomics.
Tastings for each course will be available for purchase at the bar during the week if you are unable to attend the Monday session.
Mondays 7-8pm at the Argos Inn
Ancient Liqueurs – February 4
American Whiskey – February 11
Tour of Scotland – February 18
Fortified Wines – February 25
The Role of Peat in Scotch – March 4
Cultural History of Absinthe – March 11
Colonialism and R(h)um – March 18
Legacies of Amari – March 25
Chemistry of Vodka – April 1
Agave Spirits: Heart of the Pueblo – April 8
Evolution of Gin – April 15
Brandy & Eau de Vie – April 22
Bitters: Medicine to Cocktails – April 29
History of Mixed Drinks – May 6
Bartending Skills & Techniques – May 13
This class limited to 20 participants.