Cocktails And Drafts: Making The Most Of Your Bar
If you own and operate a bar, you know how hard it can be to make a profit sometimes. After you pay your bartenders and the liquor suppliers, there's not always a lot leftover. Thankfully, there are some simple ways to keep your operating costs down and increase your profitability.
Buy liquor in bulk.
If you have your liquor delivery company coming once a week, or even more often, you may be spending more than you need to on liquor.
If you are planning to open your first restaurant, serving beer can be an excellent way of attracting customers and ensuring that they spend as much as possible while in your establishment. Unfortunately, those that are new to owning restaurants can be unsure of the steps that should be followed to properly store beer. This can lead to situations where the beer prematurely spoils, which can lead to substantial amounts of lost revenue.
Wine drinkers are people of any gender, income and age group. The popularity of the beverage increases as more local wineries become established and develop their own unique blends. American wine is now known as being as high in quality as anything else produced in the world. Another reason for the popularity of wine is also its price. Many labels offer a delicious product and are very affordable. Despite its accessibility, popular events like wine tastings and wine and cheese parties still sometimes feel too elite for the casual oenophile.
If you have never been to a wine tasting room, you can feel more secure and enjoy the experience more by understanding the etiquette that governs most wine tasting rooms.
#1 Avoid Wearing Fragrances
Wine tasting is a really sensory experience that depends upon sense of taste and smell. Wearing strong fragrances can interfere with your wine tasting experience and with the other people in the tasting room with you. Your fragrance may not smell that strong to you, but it may be to others in the room, so be courteous and avoid wearing any fragrances when you go wine tasting.
Growing up around bar owners, I learned a lot about how to mix drinks, store alcohol safely, and make the most of a bar or pub. Not only did I want to put all of that knowledge to use running a place of my own, I also wanted to teach others. Local classes are great, but I knew that I could expand my reach and share information much more widely if I created a blog. This site was the result of that, and I hope that the information here is as helpful to you as it always was to me.
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