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Guinness Nigeria Raises The Bar With Cocktails And Bartending

Guinness Nigeria is set to revolutionize the cocktail culture in Nigeria as World Class 2020 commenced with a media briefing recently in Lagos.

World Class 2020 the world’s largest and most exclusive bartending competition, mixology education program; which celebrates the skills and creativity of bartenders and introduces them to the latest cocktail-making trend.

World Class will bring bartenders across Nigeria, train them in the art of mixology and prepare them to contest on the global stage at the World Class 2020 bartender competition in Sydney, Australia this year.


Speaking during the media briefing, which held at Z Kitchen, Victoria Island Lagos, Ikechukwu Agu, Head of Customer Marketing Spirits at Guinness Nigeria, said:

“Nigeria has seen a shift in its drinking trends over the past few years, More and more people are now appreciating fine and responsible drinking, which is the core of what World Class stands for.”

What more? Those who receive the World Class certification become synonymous with class, sophistication, impeccable service and creativity, and are true masters of cocktail-making.

In the words of Agu:

“If you see a venue displaying a World-Class logo, you can rest assured that the service there is exceptional, drinks served are top-class, and bartenders are true masters of the art of mixology.”

World-Class training with bartenders is scheduled for the 10th & 11th of February 2020 at NTYCE in Lagos, 17th, and 18th of February at Sky Bar, Port Harcourt and 24th & 25th of February at The Dome, Abuja.

Regional competitions will take place on the 12th, 19th and 26th of March at Lagos, Port Harcourt, and Abuja, respectively.

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