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Virtual Mixology Class #2 (Resilience Series # 9)
Just in time for the holidays. Lonnie Newburn, the owner of The Boston Shaker Cocktail Supply Shop, is returning to lead a virtual mixology class.

Wednesday, December 8, 2021 

6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m.

(A Zoom Event)

This mixology class will include: 

  • A demonstration on how to make a festive cocktail (A list of ingredients will be included in a follow-up email).
  • An in depth look at the history and uses of essential bar tools.
  • Proper craft cocktail techniques of measuring, shaking, stirring, straining and garnishing classic cocktails will be demonstrated.
  • Discuss how to create flavor pairings and balanced drinks at home. 

History/Bio of The Boston Shaker Cocktail Supply Shop and Lonnie Newburn

The Boston Shaker Cocktail Supply Shop was founded in 2008 to help savvy sippers make craft cocktails! In 2007, founder, Adam Lantheaume, was fully immersed in the modern renaissance of the craft cocktail scene. A regular at the infamous B-Side Lounge in Cambridge, MA.  In 2010, The Boston Shaker opened its flagship store on Holland Street in Davis Square, Somerville, MA where it continues to this day! It is now owned and operated by Lonnie Newburn of Somerville, MA. After becoming the Store Manager in 2016 and mentoring with Adam; Lonnie purchased the business in 2018 with the same mission: To help professionals and home bartenders make delicious craft cocktails!

With a background in small business management & craft distilling; Lonnie has brought a renewed passion for modern mixology and expanded the shop's product and educational offerings. The Boston Shaker's team of cocktail consultants remains dedicated to reviewing and bringing the best cocktail tools, ingredients, books and glassware to our savvy sipping customers.


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Event Information
Wednesday, Dec 8 2021 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
A Zoom Event

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