The Tucson chapter of The United States Bartenders’ Guild (USBG) is hosting an educational event on a highly important and rarely found resource in the desert: ice.
Luckily for Tucson and our abundance of high (and low) class drinking establishments, we have our very own ice art studio located just north of Prince Road off I-10.
It’s bound to be an educational night, with answers to questions like:
“Have you ever wondered where those ice blocks come from to make the ice luge for your favorite shot? Or the howling coyote sculpture for your cousins’ bar mitzvah? How do they form their big blocks of pure and crystal clear ice? How do they sculpt it into the ice art that you see at parties and events?”
The event is open to all USBG members, while non-members may purchase a trial membership or sign up for a yearly membership at the event.
The United States Bartenders’ Guild is a networking organization for beverage service professionals dedicated to becoming more skilled, knowledgeable and professional bartenders. They achieve this progress through “advanced product education; original hand-crafted cocktail competitions; and aggressive involvement with other professionals in the beverage industry throughout the country and internationally.”
For more information, visit usbgtucson.org.