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Homemade PB&J cocktails can be a lot of fun, especially if you’re broke, but what if you want something a little more…classy? Thanks to Columbia Bartending, you can now get a taste of class even on a Four Loko budget. Luckily, the Columbia Bartending Agency is here to help. They’re holding a free martini tasting at […]

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Drop those Jello shots, folks—the Columbia Bartending Agency has officially reopened after a several-month hiatus.  Though the School of Mixology has offered its signature five-course, real-alcohol training programs for the past three seasons, the Agency, responsible for hiring out bartenders to private events, was asked to shut down temporarily after sending several students to an […]

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   Image via Examiner.com The CU Bartending Agency doesn’t seem to be running as smoothly as its sister operation across the street.  Gender (and web-design skill) differences aside, the concept is the same, but now a message on CU Bartending’s homepage alerts “Valued Columbia Bartending Agency Clients” that the agency continues to be “unable to […]

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