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Glass Etching and Mixology

at Brooklyn Craft Company - Greenpoint

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Greenpoint, Brooklyn
61 Greenpoint Ave Suite 101
Btwn West & Franklin Streets
Brooklyn, New York 11222
Price for two. Includes all materials needed.
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 12
Teacher: Carolyn Heitmann

Flexible Reschedule Policy: This provider has flexible, free rescheduling for any-in person workshop. Please see the cancellation policy for more details

What you'll learn in this glass blowing class:

Break out of your normal Saturday night routine with this swanky combo class. In just one evening, you’ll learn the awesome art of glass etching and learn to mix up fancy cocktails that will make you the star of your next soiree. Grab your honey or your BFF and join us for a fun night of drinks and DIY.

We’ll start the evening with a glass-etching workshop, where you’ll make a set of two highball glasses. You’ll create your own graphic designs and etch them permanently onto glass using a special etching cream. The set of two finished glasses make a perfect addition to your home bar or an excellent gift.

After that, you’ll learn how to mix up some snazzy winter libations with a mixology demo and tasting. Highlighting seasonal ingredients and locally-made spirits, you’ll learn how to make your own pro-caliber cocktails at home. 

The focus will be on recipes that require a minimum investment of liquor and a maximum investment of creativity–and of course a maximum level of yum.

Make your own custom barware then learn how to fill your DIY glasses in style. 

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Refund Policy


We do not issue refunds on workshop registrations.

If you register for a workshop and later become unable to attend, we will gladly offer a school credit if you notify us at least 48 hours before the workshop. We are unable to offer credits of any kind, or honor reschedule requests, with less than 48 hours advance notice. 

About Our Policy

Our workshops require a great deal of pre-planning, including ordering supplies and tools, booking staff, and making commitments to pay our instructors -- all based on the number of students who register. When students ask to cancel or reschedule at the last minute, we lose money. As a small business, we are unable to absorb these costs and still keep our class prices low.  

In fairness to all of our customers we are unable to make exceptions to our policy, including for reasons of illness or travel. If you are unable to attend a workshop at the last minute, we suggest giving your spot to a friend!

Thank you for understanding!


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Question from BritBrat
How long is this class?
Answer from Georgia C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Britbrat! We do not have the new schedule yet but if you'd like, you may save this class on your wishlist so you'll be automatically notified when we add new dates.
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I think it was two hours long?
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Reviews of Classes at Brooklyn Craft Company (489)

(489 Reviews)
Glass Etching and Mixology
Reviewed by stephanie c. on 12/5/2015
it was fun! I'd love to take a class like this again.
Glass Etching and Mixology
Reviewed by Anonymous on 12/15/2014
Class preparation was not what it should have been and the addition of the mixology was a distraction at best
Glass Etching and Mixology
Reviewed by Hailey S. on 12/15/2014
One of most fun/ best classes I have done in a while. Such a special night.
Glass Etching and Mixology
Reviewed by Laura Nanits on 8/19/2014
I really liked this course. I was very surprised when my friend said that he'd like to do this again, since I had to be insistent for him to come in the first place :) however, had a lot of fun, tried some new coctails never heard of, got a nice set of glasses that I don't even own anymore; 2 were for my brothers for birthday, and two were for my dad and his girlfriend for visiting them in another country. Liked thed class, the idea of making such stuff yourself! Just wondering if possible to make this combination at home so could do it myself as well...
Glass Etching and Mixology
Reviewed by David A H. on 6/4/2015

School: Brooklyn Craft Company

Brooklyn Craft Company

Brooklyn Craft Company is a brick-and-mortar space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn featuring modern craft + DIY classes and events.

Our class offerings include:

  • sewing, quilting, knitting, crochet, embroidery and all kinds of needlework
  • dyeing, printmaking, paper crafts, glass etching and all kinds of DIY trends...

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