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Mixing Irish Beer Cocktails at the Generator Hostel Dublin

Six months ago, European Bar Tender School launched their Ticket to the World competition offering a once in a lifetime opportunity for two lucky people to explore the possibilities of an international career in bar tending, with rigorous training in a number of cities across 5 months.

The European Bartender School (EBS) is the largest and most professional bartending school in the world. Throughout it’s 14-year history they have trained thousands of bartenders to be able to travel the world and work wherever they like. Alternatively, many former EBS students use their skills to comfortably finance their way through college and get to know as many people as possible during their shifts!

Jesper Rydberg is a 19-year old Swedish national and Skye Burkin, a 21-year old Australian are the two winners of this amazing competition and they will be mixing up some super new Irish Craft Beer Cocktails, with 8-Degrees Brewing, in the Dublin Generator Hostel, Smithfield Square, on Thursday 18th September from 6pm until late!
Jesper Rydberg and Skye Burkin - Mixing 8-Degrees Cocktails in Generator Dublin on the 18th September
The organisers of this yummy event would like to extend
 an open invitation to you all to come along for the evening!

The two winners of the European Bartender School Ticket to the World competition will be mixing two beer cocktails created especially for the event and for you to enjoy and to vote for. 

The Beer Cocktail, voted the winner by those present on the evening, will stay on the permanent bar menu at Generator Dublin.

Niall d'Arcy is currently a Resident DJ at Hidden Agenda and The Workman's Club

There will be some complimentary drinks and food, a cash bar throughout the night, live music and a performance from Niall D’Arcy from 9pm.

Generator Hostel Dublin, Smithfield Square, Dublin
Looks like the makings of a great night!


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