Join the Diageo Bar Academy to get your bar back on its feet



26 August 2020

Sign-up now and access the expert training, tips and tools you need to help your bar and staff succeed during re-opening

As bars around the world begin to reopen amid the Covid-19 pandemic, getting back on their feet and supporting their staff has never been so important. Enter the Diageo Bar Academy. With up-to-date practical tips and guidance to help those throughout the industry navigate through these uncertain times, the Diageo Bar Academy is a one-stop online community and network where hospitality workers and industry experts can connect and get business back up and running during the pandemic.

The top training, inspiration and networking hub for the bar industry provides members with everything they need to further their career and help their bar prosper. From reopening for managers, training, education, bar news and cocktail trends, to insights from some of the industry’s leading influencers and world-renowned bartenders, Diageo Bar Academy covers it all.

There are plenty of tips and masterclasses that come in a including snappy Top 10 lists, easy-to-follow How Tos, collaborative Bar Chat podcast episodes, practical e-learning courses and educational videos – and so much more.

Highlights include:

Want to get involved in the Diageo Bar Academy to stay informed, inspired and connected? Just visit and sign up now.

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