Professional Event Bartenders for Hire

Mixologists, Flair Bartenders, Sommeliers, Cicerones, Whiskey Experts and more for private and corporate events

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Need a Portable Bar?

Barlogical is the one stop shop for special event bartenders. Why search endlessly for qualified bar staff when you can find them in one convenient place.

Mixologists, Flair Bartenders, Sommeliers and more are available for small or large, weddings, parties and events; if you need a bartender you have found the number one resource on the internet, Barlogical.

I don’t know what kind of a bartender to look for?
If you are unsure what kind of bartender you need for your event it is important to know exactly what a specific bartender can do. Each bartender is assigned a title such as bartender, Mixologist etc. Once you have determined what suits your needs you can select the type of bartender you are looking for in our system.

What is a Bartender?

Barlogical classifies a bartender as someone who serves beverages behind a bar as a full or part time job. This usually includes alcoholic beverages of some kind, such as beer (both draft and bottled), wine, and/or cocktails, as well as soft drinks or other non-alcoholic beverages. He/She “tends the bar” and has a wide range of classic and creative cocktail knowledge.

What is a Mixologist?

Barlogical classifies a mixologist is a bartender who specializes in the creation of new drink combinations. Although they have many of the same duties as a regular bartender, a mixologist is highly knowledgeable about the composition of alcoholic drinks and will also have advanced bartending skills. These cocktail virtuosos have become common in the 21st century. If you are looking for something more than just a bartender then a mixologist is for you.

What is Mixology?

Mixology is the science of creating cocktails. Although standard, simple mixed drinks had been around for decades, true mixology can be traced back to the end of World War II, particularly in America. The rise of tiki bar culture and flood of available liquor following the end of American Prohibition led to an ever-increasing roster of mixed drinks. Fierce fights ensued over credit for certain drinks, such as the Mai Tai battle between competing tiki bars Trader Vic’s and Don the Beachcomber.

What is a Flair Bartender (AKA Flairtender)?

Flair Bartending is the skilled practice of entertaining guests, clientele, or audience with the throwing/juggling of bar tools (eg; shaker tins, glassware, garnishes) and liquor bottles in tricky, dazzling ways. Despite common misconception these tricks can be performed behind any bar, using anything that isn’t bolted down and using any liquor bottle, no matter how full it is. It has become a sought after talent among venue owners and marketers. Although most flair bartenders are well versed in mixology, not all flair bartenders are mixologists.

What is a Sommelier?

A Cicerone is a certified expert in all aspects of the beer category. Qualified individuals are required to pass two levels of exams administered by the Cicerone Certification Program, has achieved the all-important title as a result. The Cicerone exam evaluates five different aspects of professional beer knowledge and service: serving beer, beer styles, beer flavor and evaluation, brewing process and ingredients, and beer and food pairing. No surprise, the test lasts a whopping four hours and isn’t easy to pass the first time around.

What is a Cicerone?

A Cicerone is a certified expert in all aspects of the beer category. Qualified individuals are required to pass two levels of exams administered by the Cicerone Certification Program, has achieved the all-important title as a result. The Cicerone exam evaluates five different aspects of professional beer knowledge and service: serving beer, beer styles, beer flavor and evaluation, brewing process and ingredients, and beer and food pairing. No surprise, the test lasts a whopping four hours and isn’t easy to pass the first time around.