World Class 2017: The Art of Bartending

The prestigious bartending competition, World Class, continued rolling with the Jakarta Semi-Finals held at Hide and Seek Swillhouse on Nov. 28, 2016.

The prestigious bartending competition, World Class, continued rolling with the Jakarta Semi-Finals held at Hide and Seek Swillhouse on Nov. 28, 2016.

THE JAKARTA Semi-Finals was the first of the four regional semifinals for the World Class 2017 Indonesia. At the end of the two rounds of West and East Regional Semi-Finalsin November and April, eight finalists, two from each semifinal, will ultimately move ahead to the National Finals.

The competition will culminate with the selection of the winner at the National Final being held in Jakarta in May.

This years World Class Experience has started on a high note with the selection of six West Regional Semi-Finalists; Henry Maraben Siktimu from E&O, Albert Yacob from J Sparrow’s, Joko Adityo Pratomo from Fairmont Jakarta, Yepi Assipa from Beer Garden, Rizky Sanjaya from Artoz and Aditya Wiguna from Cassis Kitchen.

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These six are now in the running for one of the eight spots in the Indonesian National Finals which will provide competing bartenders a chance to not only showcase their talent, but also to represent their country in the Global Finals alongside some of the World’s best bartenders.

Launched in 2009, World Class is an internationally-recognised competition and a mark of distinction for the bartender who is crowned World Class Bartender of the Year. In Indonesia, the 2017 competition has commenced with the completion of West and East Regional elimination rounds in which 25 contenders have been narrowed down to six for each region.

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Written by FoodieS January 24, 2017.

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