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The 27th chapter of the United States Bartenders' Guild, in Tucson, AZ--the artistic hub of the Southwest

About Us

The United States Bartenders' Guild

The United States Bartenders’ Guild is an organization of beverage service professionals dedicated to the continued refinement of our craft. Such refinement is achieved through advanced product education; original hand crafted cocktail competitions; and aggressive involvement with other professionals in the beverage industry throughout the country and internationally. It is our intention, desire and main focus to become the most skilled, knowledgeable and professional group of bartenders in the industry.

Upcoming Events

Quarterly Meeting and Mixer

August 8

meeting: 5pm - Elvira's on Congress

mixer: 6pm - Cobra Lounge


BARLYMPICS!

August 26

2:30 registration, 3:00 games begin

Double Tree Reid Park


Mission Garden Tour

October 24

Details TBA

Bartender Spotlight

BARB TRUJILLO

I've been working at Club Congress since 1994. I started as a shot girl in Phoenix at a club called Atomic Cafe and in '94 I moved back to Tucson (my hometown) where I started hanging out at Club Congress. I asked the manager if they were hiring and he asked why he should hire me. I told him I'd make both of us money, I loved being there, and it'd be fun. I then spent years working my way up from waitress to bartender, where I am now. 
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My favorite thing about my job is being able to make people happy and give them a great experience when they come to Congress. You never know if people only have one day that they're coming out, so I try to make it as special as possible for them. 
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My favorite about the USBG is that it keeps us bartenders informed and educated about our industry and fosters a sense of community rather than competition. 
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The craziest thing that's happened to me behind the bar: On a very busy Halloween weekend, at 1:15AM with the bar at capacity, I reached for simple syrup in the well and somehow the bottle broke in my hand. It sliced my palm open pretty good and I ended up getting 7 stitches the next morning, but still made it on time to my son's basketball game at Pima that same day!!

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Please email usbgtucson@gmail.com for more information

United States Bartenders' Guild Tucson Chapter

P.O. Box 26305 Tucson AZ 85726

Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed